Do JetBlue TrueBlue Points Expire? Do JetBlue TrueBlue Points Expire?

Do JetBlue TrueBlue Points Expire?

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JetBlue Points do not expire as long as your TrueBlue account is open. Per the JetBlue terms and conditions page:

“TrueBlue Points do not expire. Should a Member close his or her TrueBlue account, the Points in that account will be terminated.”

JetBlue planes parked at an airport as we discuss whether TruBlue points expire

How To Earn JetBlue TrueBlue Points

JetBlue's TrueBlue loyalty program is known for making it easy to earn and redeem points. There are plenty of ways to start building up your JetBlue points balance for your next trip. Here are all of the ways you can earn TrueBlue points:

Check out our TrueBlue program guide to learn more about earning JetBlue TrueBlue points.

Other ways to get JetBlue TrueBlue points

In addition to earning TrueBlue points, you can also transfer points from several transferrable point currencies:

Transfer Ratio
Average Time
JetBlue Airways (TrueBlue)
JetBlue Airways (TrueBlue)
JetBlue Airways (TrueBlue)
Citi ThankYou® Preferred, Citi Rewards+®, Sears Mastercard, Citi® Double Cash Cardmembers get a reduced 1,000 -> 800 transfer rate.
IHG Hotels & Resorts (One Rewards)
JetBlue Airways (TrueBlue)

With Citi ThankYou Rewards, the 1:1 transfer ratio only applies if you have the Citi Premier® Card, Citi Prestige® Card, or Citi Chairman® Card credit cardholders. For other cardholders, 1,000 ThankYou points = 800 TrueBlue points.

Unfortunately, JetBlue was dropped as a Marriott transfer partner in July 2021. And then JetBlue ended its partnership with Capital One and Brex in October 2021.

Our Take

JetBlue points aren't the most valuable airline rewards available, but JetBlue stands out by making it simple to turn your rewards into travel. JetBlue TrueBlue points do not expire and this expiration policy is one of the many reasons to like the TrueBlue program. TrueBlue members have one less thing to worry about, knowing that their points are safe as long as they keep their frequent-flyer account open.

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  • Bill from Maine says:

    I like the fact that JetBlue points don’t expire. With my wife and I doing personal and business app’s we were able to grow our accounts by 400K (remember, you can pool miles) miles, so we’ll be close to a half million miles once the last bonus posts.
    I like thinking forward and looking at the current airline landscape, I think JB is ripe for a merger and all those miles would combine with another program and possibly more spending power. It’s just speculation but fun to think about all the possibilities today, both hotels and airlines.

  • Even though there is a good expiration policy the big disadvantage is that Jet Blue is absent from big alliances

    • And, the second big disadvantage is it simply does not have a large footprint. If a frequent flier is located in the wrong home city, JetBlue isn’t even a consideration, unfortunately.

  • This is a great program. jetBlue has been generous for many years. The family pooling is also a very valuable part of their program! Have had great experiences flying JetBlue in and out of JFK in particular.

  • Can’t wait till Jet Blue expands to Canada! No expiry policy will make it real attractive.

  • Alejandro says:

    Sería bueno que otras compañías como American utilizarán la misma política en cuanto a la caducidad de las millas o puntos.

  • I have enjoyed flying Jet Blue in the past. The lack of expiration of points is a really good feature. At least some other companies have deferred expiration of their programmes’ points during the pandemic though.

  • Long May it stay this way! Any frequent flyer programme with a miles expiration is a no for me

    • It is great that JetBlue has no expiry, but to be fair expiry dates are palatable, as long as they are lengthy and can be extended by some activity. The worst ones are those that expire a fixed period after earning regardless of any activity – I have no interest in collecting in those programs.

  • JetBlue seem to have some interesting airline partners, but I just can’t get excited about collecting points in an airline that isn’t part of one of the main alliances. The fact that the points don’t expire is good though.

  • No expiration and the pooling feature are both very useful for the three family member accounts I manage. If only the points were worth a little more, I might get to redeem them one day…

  • Wowww headline scared me I thought they had made changes to their frequent flyer program.

  • Jet Blue is a great program, just wish the had a larger footprint.