Expedia is taking the car-hopping game to the next level with the introduction of a new feature: A card that lets you rent out your car.
The card lets you book rides, make reservations, and book up to two cars, all with the click of a button.
The app has more than 3.4 million users, but its popularity has dropped off in recent months due to its increasingly low transaction fees.
But Expedia has been trying to get its customers to reconsider their use of the app, and the new card lets people try it out on a first come, first serve basis.
“This card is designed to be a one-stop shop for you to take advantage of all the great benefits Expedia offers to travelers and business travelers,” Expedia CEO Joe Jacobs wrote in a blog post on Friday.
The new card, which is currently available only in the United States and Canada, has a maximum capacity of two passengers and has a minimum of three passengers.
“It’s a great way to try it without spending a lot of money,” said Jason Johnson, an Expedia travel manager.
“You can use the card for a few days and get some great value for your money, or you can keep it for months and see if you like the value.”
It’s also possible to buy cars for the price of the card, but you’ll have to use up the card first, Johnson said.
The company says the card works by allowing users to schedule car rental reservations, make car reservations with their Expedia account, and schedule car rides with their own account.
The rental price is based on a vehicle’s value, but Expedia says it’s not limited to a car’s current price.
To get started, sign up for an account at Expedia.com.
Once you’re signed up, click on the red “Get Started” button that appears at the top of the page.
On the screen that appears, click the “Add a Car” button.
On a second screen, enter a name for your car, a description for it, and a description of your trip.
When you click “Apply,” you will be directed to the booking process.
Once the process has completed, you can add your car and the app will send you a confirmation email.
The first time you book a car, the company says it will give you two days to get your reservation, and if you haven’t already, you’ll receive a second confirmation email from Expedia to confirm your car is available.
The second time you cancel a reservation, the booking will be canceled, and you’ll be refunded the money you spent on the car, Johnson added.
The two-day period ends at midnight on Monday, June 12, and then you’ll need to reapply to book the car.
You can book a second time up to 90 days in advance, but the card will expire in 60 days, according to the company.
“When you cancel your first reservation, we will refund your remaining balance of $20 per vehicle, up to $500 per vehicle,” the company wrote in an email.
“We also offer unlimited use of your card for one calendar year.”
The card will last up to 30 days.
“There are a lot more opportunities for Expedia travelers to use Expedia as a car-rental destination,” Johnson said in the post.
“If you’ve ever been to an expo, we can’t think of a better way to spend your time.”
Expedia also says it has added new features to its Expedia Passport, the travel insurance program that lets people purchase trips from companies like Priceline, TripAdvisor, and Uber for as little as $50.
The Passport allows users to reserve a ride through a company, book a flight through Expedia, or book a hotel through the company, depending on the destination.
The expo-style features have not gone unnoticed.
“They’re great,” said Emily Lott, a member of the travel blog ExpediaTravel.com, who added that she was “a little disappointed” in Expedia’s decision to stop allowing people to use the Expedia Card to book car rentals.
“I would have loved to see it be a little more accessible,” Lott said.
Expedia said it has received a lot less criticism than some other travel websites over its use of credit cards, and it says it hasn’t been affected by the financial problems of the company it owns.
But it’s a move Expedia needs to make to help the company survive, Johnson told Business Insider.
“With the business they’re in and the fact that they’re doing this for a company they have to survive, I think it’s time they just stop it,” he said.
“The card is a great service and a great tool for Expanded Passport holders, but it’s got a lot to offer in terms of being able to go anywhere and use the same money you pay for