Increased Transfer Ratio of ThankYou Points to JetBlue TrueBlue Increased Transfer Ratio of ThankYou Points to JetBlue TrueBlue

Increased Transfer Ratio of ThankYou Points to JetBlue TrueBlue

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The transfer ratio of Citi ThankYou Points to JetBlue TrueBlue rewards has improved as of September 13, 2018. Citi has different transfer ratios depending on the credit card you hold. Ratios have increased across all credit cards.Citi-ThankYou-Rewards-Logo

Key Change

Holders of the Citi Prestige® Card and Citi Premier® Card can now transfer points to JetBlue at a ratio of 1:1. This represents a ratio improvement of 25%. Holders of the no fee Citi ThankYou® Preferred Card can now transfer points at a ratio of 1:0.8, or 1000 ThankYou Points for 800 JetBlue TrueBlue rewards.

Citi ThankYou Points Transfer to JetBlue 1 to 1

Combining Points

The improved ratios and the addition of Chase as a transfer partner, have put JetBlue in a unique position amongst US carriers. It is the only US airline that is a transfer partner with two of the three major credit card reward currencies.

Our Take

Competition means consumer wins. When Chase added JetBlue as a transfer partner at the end of August, Citi clearly took a look and decided they needed to compete.

Source: View From The Wing

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