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Through May 19, 2018, you'll receive a 30% bonus in ThankYou Points transferred to JetBlue TrueBlue. On the surface this may not seem like anything significant, however, it is a worthwhile transfer to consider if JetBlue is your primary airline.

Citi ThankYou Rewards 30 Percent Transfer Bonus to JetBlue TrueBlue Points

Key Terms

Citi ThankYou Rewards 30 Percent Transfer Bonus to JetBlue TrueBlue Points Details for ThankYou Preferred Card
30% Bonus for Citi ThankYou® Preferred Card
Citi ThankYou Rewards 30 Percent Transfer Bonus to JetBlue TrueBlue Points Details for ThankYou Premier and Prestige Card
30% Transfer Bonus for Citi® ThankYou® Premier Card and Citi Prestige® Card

Our Take

If you have a definite use for TrueBlue points, then this deal is worth it, but we wouldn't recommend transferring speculatively. You could always hold on to your ThankYou points for a Flying Blue promo award, or transfer to Singapore which you can then use to book flights to Hawaii with United or Alaska.

Transfer ThankYou Points to JetBlue for a 30% Bonus (Through May 19, 2018)
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Comments

  • Well, JetBlue offers a superior product, so I may have to think about this one based on my upcoming ideas.

  • Since JetBlue points don’t expire, this would be almost worth doing even without firm plans to use the points. Especially since the JetBlue- Amazon deal expires today! I agree with the previous poster that JetBlue has a superior product and I would certainly choose to fly them more if their route system was more extensive.

  • I have the preferred card but find it disappointing the transfer ratios are much lower than the AF card and that I don’t have access to transfer to their additional airlines.

  • Thanks for letting us know. The probelm is I already moved my ThankYou points to JetBlue before this bonus offer.

  • JetBlue has a presence at my home town (regional) airport, which I though would be great. However, I’ve tried to search revenue fares for MINT seats, and never had any luck finding availability. It seems that if the entire itinerary ins’t in MINT, then no availability is displayed. Could that possibly be true?

  • don’t get to fly JetBlue.. keep em coming!

  • I don’t see many interesting uses for Thank You points except travel. I am planning on closing an account soon, and they give you 60 days, I believe, to redeemed points earned from the particular account, so this option is very timely for me. Thanks.

  • Hard to say if I’ll move on this one. Kind of wanna wait it out to see if a larger percentile offer might be down the pike.

  • I have always used my ThankYou points to book airfares, I have never transferred my points. I am not sure if this is a good or bad strategy?

  • Definitely worth considering

  • I tried JetBlue’s Mint product recently and it was outstanding.
    Highly recommended.

  • Ex-hernesaari says:

    This is very interesting, but we just bought a house and can’t travel for a while. Actually, we have already moved out from Hernesaari…

  • I wholeheartedly agree to hold off on this deal unless you have a specific Jetblue trip planned.

  • thank you!

  • I wish I flew Jet blue more, especially since their points don’t expire and I have some SPG points I wanted to move. I found out about the Amazon Jet blue deal, right about the time they said they are cancelling it =/

  • this is great! I love jetblue.
    Thank you!

  • No bueno! I already moved my ThankYou points to JetBlue before this bonus offer

  • I think 40% bonus is the high for Jetblue transfers from Citi so this deal is just okay.

  • It is really expensive to book mint with points. Too bad, because it is an awesome product.

  • I’m building miles with Jetblue but haven’t flown them yet. I agree with Maryjane the miles don’t expire so I see this as a positive if someone flies them or just really wants to build miles with them. I’m really looking for something to transfer to American Airlines. Dang them! Though I do hear on the grape vine that Barclay might be getting American as a transfer partner after their change up?

  • @JL What route did you fly? Was it from a gateway, or were you able to start at a regional airport?

  • I need to get points somehow now that amazon isn’t a partner.

  • agreed
    Hold off on this deal unless you have a specific Jetblue trip planned.

  • @M says: “I found out about the Amazon Jet blue deal, right about the time they said they are cancelling it =/”

    You have my sympathies, as that sounds very familiar.

  • I’m flying mint for the first time next month, and wish I could rebook this as I transferred points at the regular rate. this seems like a very good opportunity for point transfers

  • Don’t need this right now but will keep it in mind. Love JetBlue.

  • Any idea if AMEX will be offering this anytime soon?

  • I like the fact that JetBlue miles don’t expire, so I have a few thousand, but I wouldn’t buy them until I know I need to muse them.

  • charles j says:

    I totally forgot about this until I signed on the Thank you site and saw it. I’m going for it.

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