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Breeze Airways Launches First Credit Card With a Rebranded Frequent Flyer Program

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Since its launch in 2021, low-cost carrier Breeze Airways has quickly gained popularity among passengers. The airline operates flights to numerous small to mid-sized domestic markets and is known for its customer-friendly policies, including flexible changes and cancellation options and a low-fare model.

Now, the growing airline has announced that it will offer its first co-branded credit card. It will go by the name of the Breeze Easy™ Visa Signature® Credit Card, issued by Barclays.

Let’s look at more information about this new card offering.

Breeze Easy Card: Rewards and Benefits

According to Barclays and Breeze Airways, the Breeze Easy card is intended for frequent travelers who prefer flying out of a smaller, regional airport with nonstop flights over a larger hub and would prefer a rewards credit card from an airline that flies from a location close to their home.

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The Breeze Easy card is now available for applications online, with an annual fee of $89, and will offer several perks for Breeze fliers.

Right from the start, the Breeze Easy card provides a generous welcome offer of 50,000 BreezePoints when you spend $4,000 in the first 3 months of account opening. That’s worth $500 for travel since BreezePints are worth a flat 1 cent apiece.

In addition, the card earns points according to the following structure:

  • Up to 10x BreezePoints on Nicer Bundles, Nicest Bundles and Trip Add-Ons
  • Up to 4x BreezePoints on Nice Bundles
  • 2x on eligible grocery store and restaurant purchases, including inflight food and beverages
  • 1x on all other purchases

The card also features complimentary inflight Wi-Fi on Breeze’s Airbus 220 fleet, priority boarding for cardmembers and their travel companions on all Breeze flights, and a 7,500-anniversary BreezePoints bonus after spending $10,000 on purchases each card membership year.

Breeze Rebrands Loyalty Program and Adds New Fare Class

Breeze Airways has renamed its loyalty program: Breezy Rewards. This new program will allow members additional opportunities to earn BreezePoints for all Breeze purchases and access to other benefits, such as no change or cancellation fees, seamless booking and flight management tools, and free family seating.

Breeze Airways says this frequent flyer program is just the starting point, so we’re looking forward to seeing the potential new updates to come down the line. It’s clear that the co-branded card allows its most loyal flyers to save money on inflight perks like Wi-Fi, while also earning BreezePoints from credit card spending.

Finally, along with the announcement, Breeze has shared that it has introduced a new No Flex Fare option for its most budget-conscious travelers. In other words, this is a basic economy ticket that does not allow for flight changes, but a partial credit is issued for cancellations.

Hot Tip:

Passengers can change or cancel their flights (in any fare class) up to 15 minutes before departure if booked in Nice, Nicer, or Nicest classes. The future travel credit is awarded in the form of BreezePoints and expires 2 years after issuance.

Final Thoughts

Breeze Airways has launched its first co-branded card, the Breeze Easy card. If you live in a market where Breeze has direct flights to places you frequent, the airline’s card may assist in making travel with the airline more economical and enjoyable.

The information regarding the Breeze Easy™ Visa Signature® Credit Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer.

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Juan has extensive experience in writing and editing content related to credit cards, loyalty programs, and travel. He has been honing his expertise in this field for over a decade. His work has been featured in various prestigious publications, such as USA Today, CNN Underscored, Forbes and The Points Guy. Juan is the visionary behind JetBetter, a premier award booking concierge service.


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