15 Best Ways To Earn Lots of JetBlue TrueBlue Points [2017]

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I consider myself a long-time admirer of JetBlue Airways due to their extra legroom in every seat and awesome customer service.

The rest of the industry agrees that JetBlue stands out in the airline industry. For the last 11 years (2005-2015), JetBlue has been ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction Among Low-Cost Carriers in North America” by J.D. Power & Associates.

Moreover, JetBlue’s points-earning program, TrueBlue, has some unique ways to earn points!

In this post, you’ll learn about all of the interesting earning options available, plus get strategies you can use to reach your TrueBlue points goal. Soon you’ll have tons of JetBlue TrueBlue points to redeem in any way you want!

Using The JetBlue Card and American Express Credit Cards

We love getting points using our credit cards, and TrueBlue points can be earned using the new Barclaycard line up. First, you’ll need to get signed up to the loyalty program and credit card.

Here’s how to get started.

Sign Up for a JetBlue TrueBlue Account

jetblue trueblue loyalty program
Get signed up to TrueBlue to start earning JetBlue points, so you can eventually hit the high skies and take some rewards trips!

Like many other airline programs, you can become a JetBlue TrueBlue points member immediately. There’s no special code or invitation needed; simply sign up online.

Start earning TrueBlue points today by signing up at trueblue.jetblue.com.

Your TrueBlue membership number will appear under “My Account.” Keep that number handy, as you’ll use it to earn extra points with JetBlue’s various partners.

Check under Current Deals to see if there are any promotions going on at sign-up. For example, there may be a chance to earn extra points if you fly within a set time period after registering your account.

In spring 2015, JetBlue offered newly registered members 7,000 TrueBlue points for booking a one-way or round-trip flight and traveling by June 18, 2015. This was an excellent offer, so don’t miss the next one that comes around!

1. The JetBlue Card Sign-Up Bonus

JetBlue Barclay MasterCard

After a long haul with American Express, JetBlue recently began a new relationship with Barclaycard, and now they’ve issued three co-branded MasterCards.

For a limited time, you will receive 5,000 True Blue points after you spend $1,000 on the card in the first 90 days. There is no annual fee with The JetBlue CardThe JetBlue Plus Card and The JetBlue Business Card both cost $99 per year.

Transferring JetBlue Points from Amex Membership Rewards

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Earn JetBlue points by transferring from American Express Membership Rewards at a 250:200 rate.

JetBlue Points can also be transferred from Amex Membership Rewards at a rate of 250:200. Sometimes you can take advantage of certain bonus point promotional periods as well. There are over ten different Membership Rewards cards.

(Use our transfer partner calculator to easily find out how many JetBlue points you’ll get when transferring from AMEX)

Loyalty ProgramCredit Card
American Express Membership Rewards Loyalty ProgramThe Amex EveryDay® Credit Card from American Express
The Amex EveryDay® Preferred Credit Card from American Express
The Platinum Card® from American Express
The Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN
Gold Card from American Express
Premier Rewards Gold Card from American Express
American Express® Green Card
Business Green Rewards Card from American Express OPEN
The Business Gold Rewards Card from American Express OPEN
Blue from American Express®
The Blue Business℠ Plus Credit Card from American Express
Mercedes-Benz Credit Card from American Express (review coming soon)

2. JetBlue Category Bonuses

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You can earn 2x JetBlue points when shopping at grocery stores and restaurants with The JetBlue Card.

Category bonuses include the kind of spending you probably do regularly, such as shopping and dining out. These everyday expenses can add up to tons of points over the course of a year.

Luckily, The JetBlue Card offers 2x points for every $1 spent on grocery stores and restaurants!

Check out additional ways to earn bonus points on common purchases below.

3. Use the ShopTrue JetBlue Shopping Portal

JetBlue TrueBlue has its own shopping portal called ShopTrue, which gives members opportunities to earn points through their favorite merchants when shopping online.

The JetBlue shopping portal has over 700 participating retailers offering up to 19 points per $1 spent.

Keep tabs on these bonus deals to see when your favorite retailers are offering even more points than usual for a limited period of time.

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An example of the available JetBlue shopping partners in the ShopTrue portal, where you can earn extra points just for shopping with common retailers.

The process for using the shopping portal is easy. Follow these steps to participate:

  1. Go to shoptrue.jetblue.com.
  2. Sign in with your JetBlue TrueBlue points account number, or sign up (for free) if you haven’t done so already.
  3. Search for a product or store.
  4. Click on the store’s bonus points offer (e.g. 2 points/$).
  5. Select “Shop Now” on the loaded page.

    jetblue shopping 2
    You’ll get a pop up when you redirect to the store you wish to shop at through the JetBlue shopping program, which will ask you to submit your email so you can be notified when you earn points for your purchases.
  6. Enter your email address if you’d like ShopTrue to notify you when you’ve earned points, or click “save and continue.”
  7. The store website will load, and you can shop like normal.
  8. Be sure you are still logged in to the portal before you purchase through the store.

Watch the front page of the ShopTrue portal and the Bonus Offers page for special points-earning opportunities!

4. Sign Up for the TrueBlue Dining Program

trueblue dining program
TrueBlue Dining is another great dining portal where you can earn airline miles just for going out to eat at your favorite restaurants. Plan a date or simply go to your favorite places!

In November 2015, JetBlue and the Rewards Network announced their partnership to award members with TrueBlue points for dining at over 11,000 restaurants worldwide.

Though somewhat lower value than other dining programs out there, you will still earn 1 TrueBlue point per $1 you spend eating out at restaurants in the network.

JetBlue Mosaic members will earn double that, getting 2 TrueBlue points per $1 spent (see more about how to earn Mosaic status below under Airfare and Flights).

Follow these simple steps to see how it works:

  1. Go to truebluedining.com/join.
  2. Register/log in with your TrueBlue account number.
  3. Enter the details of any credit card you want to use at restaurants.
  4. Search for restaurants near you using the search bar at the top of the page.
  5. Pay for your meal or bar bill using the credit card you registered to earn points (use your JetBlue credit card to earn the most points!).

Right now you can sign up, add a credit card to your account, and start earning immediately. However, there’s no account center set up at the moment, so you’ll need to give them a call at 1-866-634-9633 if you need to make any edits to your account.

trueblue dining account center
The account center is still in progress at the time this article was written.

Click on “Earn More” to find out about special opportunities for earning bonus points. (There were none available at the time of writing this article.)

From experience with dining programs like this one, bonus offers in the Earn More section are usually in the thousands of points for accomplishing a simple task.

An example is going to a participating restaurant within 30 days of account opening, spending over $30 there, and then writing a review.

Once you do all of this, you’ll receive 1,000 bonus points–definitely an easy way to earn! Hopefully, TrueBlue points will have more opportunities like this posted soon.

Hot Tip: Use The JetBlue Card when you eat at restaurants participating in the dining program to earn 2x points for every $1 spent. You’ll earn these points in addition to what you already earn through the dining program and as a Mosaic member.

5. Other Retail Purchases

When all else fails in the above everyday spending areas, perhaps one of JetBlue TrueBlue points’ retail partners will help you earn some bonus points.

CompanyProduct or serviceBonus points
1800flowers.comIncludes flowers and edible gifts from 1800baskets.com, 1800flowers.com, Fruitbouquets.com, Cheryl’s Fannie May, and The Popcorn Factory20 points/$1, use code TB20
ClubWWine2,500 points when you join and make first purchase, 1,000 bonus points for every 24 bottles purchased, plus more points for every purchase
Newspaper RewardsNewspaper subscriptionsVaries, e.g. Get the WSJ 39-week subscription for 2072 points
Points.com MagazinesMagazine subscriptionsUp to 3,200 points when you subscribe
SpafinderSpa and wellness gift cards, gift boxes, and other gift accessories3 points/$1
TextureMagazine subscriptions20 points/$1
Thanksagain.comThousands of merchants at 170+ U.S. airports5 points/$1 spent, plus 100 points at sign up
TileSmartphone app for finding your lost, misplaced, or stolen valuablesUp to 1,500 points when you make purchases with the app

The above retail options for earning bonus points are pretty standard—except one. In regards to partnerships with miles and points programs, Tile stands out as unique from this list.

So, what is Tile?

use tile app to earn trueblue points
Find your misplaced items with Tile and earn TrueBlue points. You can tag your important items like car keys and wallets with trackers that allow you to always know where they are!

Tile is an app that allows you to purchase several tags to attach to your most important items, like your phone, wallet, keys, laptop, etc. Once you put the tag on the object, the app will tell you where it is at all times.

This is such a handy app for those of us who are always misplacing our keys between the couch cushions (or in our pocket—derp!). It’s similarly helpful for people who want to be able to track down their valuables when they get stolen.

You may be wondering how you can find your phone if its lost and the app is on it. Well, in this case, you’d access your account on the app from someone else’s phone, enabling you to then find  your own. So easy!

My only wish is that it was available in the Microsoft store for Windows devices.

Earning Points for Travel With JetBlue and Partners

JetBlue has many ways to earn points within its own unique points rewards system, but they also have a bunch of partners you can use to earn points as well.

6. Airfare & Flights

Purchase JetBlue flights or flights on any of JetBlue’s airline partners to earn TrueBlue points the old-fashioned way: by sitting in the seat.

If you purchase your seats with The JetBlue Plus Card, you’ll earn 6x points on tickets (as well as any goods and services) purchased directly from JetBlue Airways.

Note that JetBlue tickets purchased through a third-party site (e.g., Expedia) will not produce this bonus.

Flying With JetBlue Partners

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There are 40 JetBlue partners in total. This is not an official alliance, but it is an impressive partnership!

Since JetBlue is not a member of any airline alliance, your options are limited for earning TrueBlue points with other airlines.

However, the airlines they do partner with are pretty awesome! All you have to do is add your TrueBlue number on the passenger info page at booking to get the points.

The following are some of the JetBlue partners and the points you can earn by flying them:

Partner AirlineTrueBlue Point Accrual
Singapore Airlines1 point/1 mile in Business, 1 point/2 miles in Economy
Emirates Skywards1 point/1 mile + 50% bonus in First, +25% bonus in Business, 1 point/1 mile in Economy Flex, 1 point/2 miles in Economy Saver
Hawaiian Airlines1.5 points/2 miles in Business F and P, 1 point/2 miles in Business A and Economy Class (W, Y, Q, B, N, M H), 0.5 points/2 miles in Economy Class K & L
Silver Airways250 TrueBlue points per segment
South African Airways1 points/1 mile + 25% bonus in Business, 1 point/1 mile in Economy, 1 point/2 miles in Discounted Economy

Flying JetBlue Airlines

jetblue trueblue point earning system
Earn 3-5 points per dollar with the TrueBlue program, depending on your fare type.

Every $1 spent on a JetBlue flight will yield 3 TrueBlue points simply for being a TrueBlue member. If you purchase your flight via JetBlue.com, you’ll earn an additional 3 TrueBlue points per $1 spent as a bonus.

That’s 6x points total per $1 spent on JetBlue.com tickets!

Depending on the seats you choose, it’s actually possible to earn 7x or 8x total points on your JetBlue flights. JetBlue has 4 different seating levels: Blue, Blue Plus, Blue Flex, and Mint.

In addition to the individual benefits each level offers, you’ll earn between 3x-5x points per dollar, plus extra bonus points depending on which level you choose.

Blue Flex is the most lucrative since it will yield 5 TrueBlue points for every $1 of the ticket price.

Of course, all of the above points-earning possibilities are in addition to the 3-6x bonus TrueBlue points you’ll earn if you purchase with a JetBlue credit card.

Overall, that means you could earn between 9x and 11x points on your JetBlue ticket purchases!

Hot Tip: Request your seat to have “Even More Space” on JetBlue flights. This is an add-on to your ticket purchase that typically yields an extra 200 points per flight. Sweet!

Mosaic Badge

JetBlue shies away from having traditional tiers for its most loyal customers.

Tiers in airline programs usually mean a customer who has reached certain membership status will earn points faster. Instead of offering a certain membership status to a customer for being a frequent JetBlue flyer, they offer a badge.

The Mosaic badge can be earned in one of two ways:

  1. Earn 15,000 points within a calendar year
  2. Fly 30 flight segments (that’s one-way) and earn at least 12,000 points within a calendar year.

 

earn a trueblue mosaic badge
There are two ways to earn the JetBlue TrueBlue Mosaic badge: get 30 segments plus 12,000 flight points in a year, or simply reach 15,000 flight points in a year.

A couple benefits of the Mosaic badge are 15,000 bonus points added to your TrueBlue account, plus an additional 3 points for every $1 spent on JetBlue flights.

In total, you’ll have the potential to earn a whopping 11x bonus TrueBlue points per $1 spent on JetBlue flights (5x for Blue Flex seats + 3x flights bought at JetBlue.com + 3x for Mosaic badge). Phenomenal!

Learn more about the hundreds of ways to earn with even more badges below under “U.P. Pro tips!”

Additional Rewards

Want to rack up tons of points? Some bonus point deals exist that can help you reach your goal.

These bonus points are more attainable for those of us who fly on JetBlue only a few times a year.

Deal NameWhat you have to doWhat you’ll earn
High Five Bonus3 round-trip or 6 one-way flights within a calendar year5,000 points
Lucky 7 Bonus7 round-trip or 14 one-way flights within a calendar year7,000 points
Go Long Bonus10 long haul one-way flights (e.g., New York City to San Francisco)10,000 points

The only rule here is the flights you take to reach these bonus goals have to be paid with money and not points; they cannot be award flights.

Hot Tip: Bring your pet on board and earn bonus TrueBlue points. You can earn 300 bonus TrueBlue points on every flight segment you fly with your pet as a TrueBlue member through JetBlue’s free JetPaws program. JetPaws is dedicated to making your trip go smoothly with your pet—and you’ll earn extra points while you do it! Helpful for you, your pet, and your points wallet! That’s a triple win!

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JetBlue goes so far as to reward you for flying with your pet. You’ll earn a badge and 300 bonus TrueBlue points for each segment you fly with your pet.

7. Car Rentals, Car Sharing, and Parking

jetblue rental car partners
Earn additional TrueBlue points with Avis, Budget, Hertz, and more!

Get bonus points when you drive a rental or park a vehicle using one of JetBlue TrueBlue’s partners.

Rental CompanyPoints
AvisUp to 600/rental of 3 days or more through (use code MUAA043)
Budget100/day, 200 points/day for Mosaic members (use code MUAZ059)
CarmelUp to 6/$1
HertzNo current offers
Parking Spot300 for 1st stay, 50/stay when spending $75 or more
Payless100/day, 200/day for Mosaic members
Zipcar500 to join

How cool is it that Zipcar is a partner? Lots of my friends in New York City use this car sharing program when they’re moving big items around or if they want to escape the city for a day.

It’s so convenient to hop in a car whenever you need one without having the responsibility of a car all the other times.

Now, people can join Zipcar and receive 500 TrueBlue points in the process. Awesome! I only wish they offered per-rental bonus points, too!

Make sure to stay up-to-date on the latest promotions from the above partners, as offers do change or disappear and reappear over the course of a year.

8. Book With Hotel Partners

JetBlue TrueBlue points are partnered with several hotel groups, rewards programs, and hotel booking aids offering bonus points. Bonus points are given usually on a per stay basis.

In the table below, you’ll find information from all the hotel partners and rewards programs.

HotelPoints/StayHotelPoints/Stay
Honors Hilton WorldwideVaries (see link)Marriott RewardsVaries (see link)
HotelTonight1,000 (stay by 1/31/2016), then 250 for next 2 bookingsMorgans Hotel GroupUp to 1,000 points per stay
IHG Rewards ClubVaries (see link)Rocketmiles1,000 to 10,000 per night
La Quinta Inns & Suites250 (750 through 3/31/2016!)

Hilton, IHG, and Marriott are all hotel rewards programs. This means you must create a separate account with them and earn rewards points through their program.

These points can then be turned into TrueBlue points after linking your account to JetBlue. Instructions on how to do this for each program are provided through the links in the above table.

HotelTonight and Rocketmiles are hotel search aids with some amazing listings. Check them out and earn TrueBlue points when you enter your account number.

Hot Tip: Many of the hotel partners offer limited-time promotions requiring you to book by a certain date and stay by a certain date. Make sure you adhere to these rules. Pay attention to updates to their next promotion deadlines, so you can earn the maximum number of points for your hotel stays!

Hotel Partner Credit Cards

There are a number of hotel credit cards that you could use to earn points and transfer to JetBlue TrueBlue. They are included in the following table.

Loyalty ProgramCredit Card Review
Hilton Honors Loyalty ProgramHilton Honors™ Card from American Express
Hilton Honors™ Surpass® Card from American Express
 Citi Hilton Honors Visa Signature Card
Citi Hilton Honors Reserve Card
Marriott Rewards Loyalty ProgramChase Marriott Rewards® Premier Credit Card
Chase Marriott Rewards® Premier Business Credit Card
IHG Rewards Club Loyalty ProgramChase IHG® Rewards Club Select Credit Card

9. Book Vacation Packages

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Take your next vacation with JetBlue Getaways. You’ll not only get a packaged vacation deal, but you’ll earn points doing it!

JetBlue Getaways provides opportunities to book a vacation package to die for.

How does a 4-day, 3-night resort stay with round-trip flights from New York to Orlando sound for $469 per person? Pretty sweet, if you ask me!

The deal gets even sweeter when you factor in 6 TrueBlue points for every $1 you spend on the JetBlue site. That’s 2,814 points earned per person, on top of the awesome time you’ll have!

10. Book With Cruise Lines Around the World

Earn 2 TrueBlue points per $1 spent on cruises at cruises.jetblue.com.

Cruise to destinations around the Carribean, South America, Europe, and more! When you search for a cruise, look for the link “Earn TrueBlue points on your sailing.”

The pop-up will tell you exactly how many points you should expect to earn on that particular cruise.

jetblue cruises
You can earn extra JetBlue points by booking your next cruise vacation with the airline. You’ll earn a varying amount of points here; for instance, this Carnival cruise earns 2x points.

Keep an eye out for special deals on the front page of the cruise site, as additional bonus points may be offered for certain cruise lines and dates.

Specialty JetBlue Points Earnings Opportunities

There are tons of other ways to earn TrueBlue points that don’t fit into any of the above categories. I consider these “special.” Some of these options will result in tons of points at no extra monetary cost to you.

11. Home & Security Services

jetblue solar points
Earn points with NRG Home Solar when you sign up for the product through the JetBlue program link. You could earn at least 5,000 points!

JetBlue TrueBlue has partnered with some companies that will give you points in return for purchasing or showing an interest in their products or services.

CompanyProduct/ServiceBonus Points
LifeLockIdentity protection4,500 points for Ultimate Plus membership; 3,750 points for Advantage membership; 3,000 points for Standard Service
NRG HomeElectricity (For residents of IL, MA, MD, NJ, NY, PA)2 points/$1 on monthly bill. 5,000 bonus points after 2nd bill
NRG Home SolarSolar-powered electric/energy5,000 points for consultation; 25,000 points for installation of solar panels on home

I love that you can earn 5,000 JetBlue points just from getting a consultation with NRG Home Solar. Why not? You don’t have to buy anything from them in the end! With Jetblue, 5000 points are worth a lot!

As an example, you’d only need 4,800 TrueBlue points to take a one-way, short-haul flight in the U.S. (e.g., New York City to Washington, D.C.).

Before you decide to purchase services, always compare prices of the above companies with other providers. There could be better deals elsewhere that would outweigh the bonus points benefit on offer.

Even if they don’t have a better price, another company could also offer better service.

12. Gift Registry With Points.com

Points.com teamed up with TrueBlue to offer you the chance to earn points as gifts for special occasions. Simply sign up for free, create your registry page, and start sharing it with your friends and family.

Depending on people’s generosity, you could potentially earn thousands of points with an option like this on the table!

This makes it easy to earn more points and reach your goals, perhaps saving up for that honeymoon trip or gap-year of solo travel.

jetblue wedding gifts
You can do your wedding registry with Points.com through JetBlue and earn TrueBlue points as gifts for your wedding! This can also be done for other special occasions.

13. Fill Out Surveys Online

As you may already know, filling out surveys is one of my favorite ways to earn some extra miles or points. I’m happy to report that JetBlue is a participant in this method!

TrueBlue has partnered with two data collection companies to earn points:

Data Collection CompanyBonus Miles Offer
e-Rewards350 points for completing first survey, plus extra points for each additional survey completed
Points for Surveys400 points for completing first survey, plus extra points for each additional survey completed

With e-Rewards, you’ll earn e-Rewards currency which can then be transferred into TrueBlue points through the Reward Center.

Points for Surveys will automatically transfer the points you earn on these surveys and add them to your TrueBlue account. So easy!

U.P. Pro Tips

14. Collect Hundreds of Badges

Probably my favorite of all the unique ways to earn TrueBlue points is Badges. Yes, the Mosaic Badge is one of these, but there are hundreds more and some are super easy to earn.

For instance, I banked 375 points in a few minutes by earning six different Loyalty Badges.

I visited the badges page 10 times, linked my Facebook and Twitter accounts, and shared a few things on my social media (e.g., the map, the badge I earned, etc.).

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The first TrueBlue badge you earn when you join the program is the Welcome badge, which is worth 100 TrueBlue points.

There are also Travel Badges that involve taking flights with JetBlue to various destinations. You would have to be quite the ambitious traveler to earn all 325 of these, but having even a few will get you thousands of points.

For instance, if you frequently fly to one location, you’ll earn one of the “practically a local” badges, which are marked at 1,000 points each for flying 10 times to a destination.

JetBlue makes earning badges kind of like a game or competition. As you reach badge levels, you are ranked against the community of TrueBlue members who participate.

Make it even more of a competition by involving your friends and family to see who can earn the most!

15. Share Points With Family Pooling

JetBlue is one of the only airline programs that offers an easy way for family members to combine and transfer points among the group. The TrueBlue Family Pooling system allows two adults and up to five kids to earn and collect points individually.

There are no bonus JetBlue points associated with Family Pooling. However, there are more opportunities to earn the points, since you’re all earning separately and then pooling the points together.

Reaching a big goal like a group award trip is easier when everyone is involved in the earning process!

Learn more about Family Pooling on the TrueBlue site.

jetblue family pool
JetBlue is one of the few airline loyalty programs that allows you to link your accounts together with your family so that you can all share in earning and redeeming!

In Conclusion

The JetBlue Card offers some great ways to earn TrueBlue points. It provides bonus points for groceries and restaurants, and it doesn’t even have an annual fee! That’s awesome!

A great way to earn TrueBlue points even without the credit card is by using Badges. This game-like system is one of the most fun ways to earn among all the miles and points programs out there!

Learn more about the JetBlue TrueBlue program by reading our loyalty program review.

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JetBlue Plus Card

JetBlue Plus Card
  • Earn 30,000 bonus points after you spend $1,000 on purchases within the first 90 days
  • Earn 6 points per $1 on JetBlue purchases, 2 points per $1 at restaurants and grocery stores and 1 point per $1 on all other purchases
  • No blackout dates on JetBlue-operated flights & redeem for any seat, any time on JetBlue-operated flights. Points required for an Award Flight will vary based on the published base fare at the time of booking
  • Points awarded in your TrueBlue account don't expire
  • Earn 5,000 bonus points every year after your account anniversary
  • 50% savings on eligible inflight purchases like cocktails and food & the primary cardmember's first checked bag is free on JetBlue-operated flights
  • Enjoy TrueBlue Mosaic benefits for one year after you spend $50,000 or more on purchases each calendar year with your card
  • Enjoy a $100 statement credit after purchasing a JetBlue Vacations package of $100 or more with your JetBlue Plus Card
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FAQ

How much is a TrueBlue point worth?
TrueBlue points carry a value of 1.4 cents ($0.014) per point. When redeeming Mint Class seats, the value is even better at 1.7 cents per point.

How do I get TrueBlue points for past flights?
You flew on JetBlue in the past, but you didn’t receive points. Now what? Contact JetBlue to claim your points.

Travel that is still eligible for points must have occurred within the last year (defined as the previous 364 days). Make requests through your account under “Manage My Points.” Scroll down to “Request missing points” and enter your ticket number.

You may also call 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583) to make requests for points.

How do I keep JetBlue points from expiring?
Luckily, TrueBlue points never expire, so you won’t have to do things like earn points by taking surveys simply to keep them from expiring. Instead, TrueBlue members can earn and use points points at their own pace.

How many TrueBlue points do I need for a free flight?
JetBlue used to have a 5,000-point minimum to redeem award flights. Now the minimum is only 3,500 points! This is the equivalent of a $49 ticket when we think of TrueBlue points as worth 1.4 cents ($0.014) each.

What is the JetBlue credit card?
JetBlue has a new partnership with Barclaycard, and they have three different cards: The The JetBlue Card, the The JetBlue Plus Card, and the The JetBlue Business Card.

How else can I earn JetBlue TrueBlue points?
You can also earn TrueBlue points by transferring points from your Membership Rewards account. Points can be transferred at a 250:200 ratio.

There are many American Express MR cards. These include The Amex EveryDay® Credit Card from American Express, Premier Rewards Gold Card from American Express, The Platinum Card® from American Express, and Blue from American Express®.