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Chase has added JetBlue TrueBlue as a transfer partner of Ultimate Rewards as of August 26, 2018. The move comes unannounced the day after Chase dropped Korean Air as a transfer partner, and does restore some value to Ultimate Rewards especially if you're a JetBlue loyalist. This won't get you to Australia in suites, but it could help you help you top off an account to try Mint service on a transcontinental flight.
The partnership is an excellent move for JetBlue and puts it in a unique position amongst other US airlines. You can now transfer points from American Express Membership Rewards, Chase Ultimate Rewards, and Citi ThankYou Points (along with Marriott Rewards) to JetBlue. The move adds another option to an already wide range of options to earn JetBlue TrueBlue rewards.
While JetBlue doesn't have the same route and partner network of other airlines, if you happen to be based in one of its hubs or focus cities, this is excellent news.
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