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JetBlue has announced in an email to its members that it is effectively ending its relationship with Amazon on March 27, 2018. Starting March 28, 2018, you'll no longer be able to earn 3x miles on Amazon purchases, unless you complete your purchase onboard a JetBlue flight. Time to book a JetBlue flight to buy what you need on Amazon?

JetBlue and Amazon ending Partnership

Other Options

Earning JetBlue TrueBlue rewards was our favorite way to earn when shopping with Amazon, but there are alternatives, and keep in mind, you don't need to shop at Amazon all the time! There are plenty of other shopping portals out there, and while Amazon is one of the most difficult to earn big with, there are options.

Our Take

JetBlue deciding to terminate its partnership with Amazon is sad since it was an easy way to pick up TrueBlue rewards, but it was nice while it lasted. Get your purchases in before the bonus points are no longer available.

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