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JetBlue’s latest summer promotion is targeted at residents of New York and Massachusetts; the airline’s hubs on the east coast. The promotion is valid through July 23, 2017, and you can earn up to 6,000 bonus miles for flights in and out of New York or Massachusetts this summer.
Key Terms and Conditions
During this promotion targeting New York state, all flights have to start or end at any of New York state’s airports (JFK, LGA, EWR, HPN). For Massachusetts flights, all flights have to start or end in Boston or Worcester (BOS or ORH).
The flights can be to/from any of the 100 destinations in the JetBlue network:
- You need to register for the promotion (New York Summer 2017 Promotion & Massachusetts Summer 2017 Promotion)
- Earn 1,000 bonus points after taking one round-trip or two one-way flights
- Earn 2,000 bonus points after taking a second roundtrip or two more one-way flights
- Earn 3,000 bonus points after taking a third roundtrip or two more one-way flights
While you have to register for the promotion using your last name and TrueBlue login, new members can join the TrueBlue program directly from the promo page, and they will be enrolled automatically. The terms of each promo indicate that you cannot combine promos, so it looks like flights between Boston and New York won't let you double-dip.
If you are a resident of New York or Massachusetts and JetBlue is your airline, this offer is a no brainer; you have nothing to lose by signing up and picking up some bonus points for flights you would take anyway. Even if you are not a regular JetBlue traveler, it might be worth your while switching over three of your trips to maximize your earning, since depending on your destinations, you could easily pick up enough miles for a free flight.
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