Lolli, a bitcoin rewards application for online purchases, announced on Tuesday it has formed a partnership with traveling reservation platform Expedia to give travelers the option to earn bitcoin when they book travel reservations. Lolli reported that through this collaboration its users will be able to receive up to five percent bitcoin back on qualified Expedia purchases, including airline tickets, hotel stays, cruises, car rentals, and vacation packages.
While sharing details about the partnership and the option, John Cianciarulo of Expedia, Partner Marketing Manager, stated:
“We are excited to be partnering with Lolli who has proven to be a leader in the bitcoin rewards space by their vast pool of online retailers which represent some of the top brands in the world. To be able to offer cashback but in bitcoin for our customers is a great opportunity for Expedia and we wouldn’t be able to do it without working with Lolli.”
CEO and Co-founder of Lolli, Alex Adelman added:
“We’re thrilled to announce a partnership with Expedia. Our users love earning bitcoin when they travel and Expedia has been a highly requested partner since we launched. This year, Expedia is projected to generate billions in bookings. Rewarding travelers with bitcoin is an incredible way to distribute an enormous amount of bitcoin and make bitcoin more accessible to all while educating people on the power and importance of bitcoin.”
Founded in 2018, Lolli has partnered with more than 750 leading e-commerce retailers including Walmart, Groupon, and Glossier in order to make Bitcoin more accessible to everyone by earning through shopping online. In order to receive five percent bitcoin back on travel through Expedia, shoppers must sign-up for an account on Lolli’s platform.