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JetBlue offers three co-brand cards issued by Barclaycard. JetBlue is best known for its excellent service, spacious seats, amazing in-flight snacks, and complimentary in-flight Wi-Fi. JetBlue also offers one of the best domestic flying experiences via the Mint business class product. They have a cult following and offer a fantastic experience if you live in the right city.
- JetBlue Plus Card – 40,000 bonus points after you spend $1,000 on purchases in the first 90 days
- JetBlue Card – 10,000 bonus points after you spend $1,000 on purchases in the first 90 days
- JetBlue Business Card – 30,000 bonus points after you spend $1,000 in purchases during first 90 days
The JetBlue Credit Cards from Barclaycard
The three different JetBlue cards are broken up into a personal card sporting a $99 annual fee, a no annual fee card, and a business card.
The JetBlue Plus Card
The JetBlue Plus Card comes with a bonus of 40,000 points after spending $1,000 in 90 days. While this card has a $99 annual fee, it also comes with an anniversary gift of 5,000 bonus points every year you keep the card. The card also entitles you to free checked bags for you and up to three companions.
The card earns 6x points on JetBlue purchases, 2x points at restaurants & grocery stores, 1x on all other purchases. You'll receive 50% off in-flight purchases and pay no foreign transaction fees if you choose to use the card internationally.
The JetBlue Card
If you're looking for a card without the annual fee, the JetBlue Card is a fantastic option. The JetBlue Card is a no annual fee credit card that comes with a signup bonus of 10,000 points after spending $1,000 in the first 90 days.
The card earns 3x points on purchases with JetBlue, 2x points at restaurants & grocery stores, 1x on all other purchases. You'll receive 50% off in-flight purchases and pay no foreign transaction fees if you choose to use the card internationally.
JetBlue Business Card
If you're a small business owner, the JetBlue Business Card has all of the same benefits and annual fee as the JetBlue Plus Card. In addition to those benefits, you will earn 2x points when you shop at restaurants and office supply stores.
The JetBlue Business Card offers a signup bonus of 40,000 points after spending $1,000 in the first 90 days, plus 10,000 points when a purchase is made on an employee card in the first 90 days. As a business card, it won't count towards Chase's 5/24 count, making it a great card to apply for if you're aiming for a Chase credit card and want to keep your applications to a minimum.
JetBlue TrueBlue Loyalty Program
We cover the highlights of the JetBlue TrueBlue loyalty program in more detail in our introductory post, but you can find a summary below.
JetBlue allows you to combine TrueBlue points with other household members through the “family pooling” option, making it easier to have enough points for a great travel redemption, and that includes points earned via the business card. You'll never have to worry about errant points left in family members account due to a lack of travel.
Award Chart & Redeeming TrueBlue Points
You can redeem your TrueBlue points for one-way or round-trip flights, and there are no blackout dates (award prices are dynamic, relative to the cash price of the ticket). You can also redeem your TrueBlue points for flights on Hawaiian Airlines, vacation getaways, or even merchandise.
JetBlue TrueBlue is a transfer partner of both American Express Membership Rewards and Citi ThankYou Rewards, allowing you to transfer points across from both programs to top your account off if you're getting close to a redemption.
TrueBlue is revenue-based, much like the Southwest Rapid Rewards program. This means that award prices will vary, based on the dollar cost of a flight. Although non-revenue based award charts are the preference for many, there can be some great deals through the TrueBlue program. For example, award flights start at just 3,500 points one-way!
JetBlue flies select international routes like the Caribbean from the East Coast. This New York (JFK) to Bermuda (BDA) flight for only 4,500 points and $5.60 is a steal.
To book JetBlue TrueBlue awards, simply go to JetBlue.com, sign into your account, and select “TrueBlue points” as you search for your flights.
JetBlue is expanding their routes frequently and has excellent coverage of the East Coast and the Caribbean. The West Coast (mainly California) has some decent coverage, while middle America is relatively bare (all JetBlue destinations).
JetBlue's Mint Class is considered one of the best premium cabins for a domestic airline, leaving many of the legacy programs behind when comparing the quality of service and the Mint product itself.
There are three JetBlue credit cards issued through Barclaycard. These cards are a great fit for those who already fly JetBlue, and they might be enough to get some new folks who might have been on the fence to try JetBlue. Overall, these JetBlue credit cards are solid offers.
The premium JetBlue Plus Card stands out, with its signup bonus of 40,000 points, 10% rebate, free checked bag, and 5,000-anniversary bonus points.
The no annual fee JetBlue card comes with a 10,000 point signup bonus, as well as 2x points on restaurants & groceries, no foreign transaction fees, and chip technology — certainly good perks for a card with no annual fee.
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