AMEX 25% Transfer Bonus to JetBlue

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The normal transfer ratio is 1:0.8 meaning that for every 1,000 MR you transfer, you will receive 800 JetBlue points. With this promotion, you will receive 1,000 points instead, increasing the ratio to 1:1. The promotion is relatively straightforward with few terms and conditions.

jetBlue TrueBlue 25 Bonus from Amex MR

Key Terms and Conditions

  • Offer is valid until 23:59 MT May 31, 2017
  • Bonus points will be awarded at the time of the transfer
  • Minimum transfer of 250 points
  • There is a charge of $0.0006 per point transferred, up to a maximum of $99. The fee is to cover the federal excise tax paid on points conversions
  • The fee may be greater or lesser than the amount of excise tax paid by Amex for the individual conversion
  • You may have the option to redeem miles to cover the fee

Other Transfer Options

Apart from American Express Membership Rewards, if you need some JetBlue points, you can transfer Citi ThankYou points to JetBlue at a ratio of 1:0.8. So if you have a Citi Premier Card or a Citi Prestige® Card and you still need some JetBlue miles, you can easily move points over, although with no bonus.  Remember if you are looking for a transfer partner for transatlantic travel, then it is worth noting that American Express is offering a 30% transfer bonus to Virgin Atlantic.

Overall

Historically Amex has provided transfer bonuses to JetBlue in the range of 20-40 percent, with the higher end last seen in 2014. So a premium of 25% is a pretty great deal at the minute. Will you be transferring any Points to JetBlue this month?

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Comments

  • Great news! I had forgotten again that jetblue is a transfer partner of amex.

  • charlesj says:

    The other redemption options for AMEX points, like using points to pay for charges, amazon purchases or AMEX gift cards aren’t a good value, and gift cards, which seem like the best redemption value, has very imited options, so I’m going to look into this.

  • This could help top off my Jet Blue account so I can use an award booking.

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