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This partnership has effectively ended. You can still earn 3 TrueBlue Points per dollar spent at Amazon, but only when making purchases on a JetBlue flight.
JetBlue is again increasing its partnerships with retailers. In the wake of the announcement last month that you can now earn JetBlue Points with Lyft, JetBlue has now partnered up with online giant Amazon so that you can earn JetBlue points on most of your Amazon purchases.
According to the JetBlue Website, the new partnership is offering up to 3 JetBlue points for every dollar spent on Amazon purchases. To benefit from the offer, you must follow a unique link provided on this JetBlue page. Alternatively, if you are traveling with JetBlue, you can make the purchases through their Fly-Fi service to earn 3x points per dollar spend.
The great news is that these points will stack with any credit card points you earn for making purchases. If you want to stack up on JetBlue points, having the JetBlue Plus Card, with its 10% refund on points, will net you an effective 3.3x bonus points per dollar spent on Amazon; that is in addition to the single point per dollar earned if you pay with your JetBlue Plus Card. In terms of when the points will be credited to your account, they should appear in your JetBlue account within 60 days of the date of your items being shipped by Amazon, although it is possible that they may post much more quickly.
What Products are Excluded?
Since Amazon sells such a wide range of products and has many retailers linked to it, there are several categories of goods and services that are not eligible for the promotion:
- Free trial subscriptions
- Alcoholic beverages
- Products sold on fresh.amazon.com
- Restaurant takeout purchases
- Digital Kindle products purchased as a subscription, such as Kindle newspaper subscriptions, magazine subscriptions, blog subscriptions, etc.
- Wireless service plans offered through the Amazon site and which are not sold or provided by Amazon
- Any product sold through the Amazon Appstore for Android
- Any product or service sold on a site linked to from the Amazon site (e.g., a product or service listed through the “Product Ads” program or sold on a site linked to from a banner ad, sponsored link, or other link displayed on the Amazon site.
Considering how many people use Amazon for purchases and that a fair few are JetBlue members, this is a great opportunity to start picking up some more points without much change in your spending patterns. The only additional step required is always to remember to reach the Amazon site through the unique link on the JetBlue page.
This is a great opportunity to double dip with JetBlue as you shop with Amazon.
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