Buy JetBlue TrueBlue Points With Up to a 30% Discount
JetBlue recently launched its latest buy points sale. The current promotion offers the ability to buy points with up to a 30% discount. But with a fixed-value rewards program, is buying TrueBlue points ever a good idea?
You Can Now Book JetBlue Mint with Emirates Skywards Miles
JetBlue and Emirates have been long-time partners, but you couldn’t book JetBlue Mint using Emirates Skywards. Until now. Now, you can transfer Amex, Chase, Citi, Cap One, or Marriott points to Emirates to book JetBlue’s premium cabin using Skywards miles. Here’s are the redemption rates and everything travelers need to know about this exciting new redemption option.
Marriott Drops JetBlue as a Point Transfer, Hotel + Air Package Partner
Marriott Bonvoy points are so valuable thanks to the ability to transfer Bonvoy points to 40 airlines. But unfortunately, that long list of transfer partners just got a little shorter. As Marriott confirmed to AwardWallet, the JetBlue TrueBlue program is no longer a partner for point transfers or Hotel + Air packages as of July 1, 2021. Here’s what that means for the Marriott Bonvoy program.
American Airlines and JetBlue Add Reciprocal Mileage and Elite Earning to Partnership
The “Northeast Alliance” between American and JetBlue just got even better. Members of both the AAdvantage program and the TrueBlue program can now earn miles/points when traveling on all flights operated by either airline. Previously, only codeshare flights were eligible for members to earn points when traveling on either JetBlue or American.
Do JetBlue TrueBlue Points Expire?
JetBlue offers one of the most generous points expiration policies available. JetBlue points do not expire as long as your account remains open. There’s no requirement to have activity within any time frame to keep your points alive. That means you can earn JetBlue TrueBlue points without having to worry about expiration! Here’s how to earn TrueBlue points.
A Guide to JetBlue’s TrueBlue Loyalty Program
TrueBlue is the frequent-flyer program of JetBlue Airways. While JetBlue points aren’t the most valuable type of airline rewards out there, the TrueBlue rewards program has created a lot of fans by keeping things simple. With points that are easy to earn and hassle-free to redeem, there are plenty of reasons to give this program a closer look. Here’s our guide to JetBlue’s TrueBlue loyalty program.
JetBlue Changes Carry-On Bag Policy and Drops Change Fees
JetBlue announced significant changes to the airline’s carry-on and change/cancellation policies. This announcement is a mixed bag (pun intended) with some good changes to change fees and some bad news for those flying on the cheapest fares. Here’s what passengers need to know about these changes.
JetBlue Adds New Cash + Points Redemption Option
Are you a few points shy of being able to book an award ticket? Want to save some money on a cash fare now? JetBlue recently rolled out a flexible new program for TrueBlue loyalty members to use Cash + Points to book flights. We take a look to see if it makes sense to use this option.
Airlines Offering Bonus Miles, Incredibly Generous Rebooking Options for Booking Flights Now
Airlines are doing everything in their power to convince people to book travel for 2020. It’s hard to guess if it will be safe to do so. However, between bonus points, double flight earnings, and the most flexible change/cancellation policy we’ve ever seen, things are definitely starting to get interesting.
Amex Membership Rewards Transfer Bonus to Qantas and JetBlue
Membership Rewards is offering transfer bonuses to both Qantas and JetBlue. Through November 30, 2019, you can receive a 20% bonus on transfers to Qantas, while you can receive a 25% bonus through December 21, 2019, on transfers to JetBlue.