The terms say cardholders can get a one-time $80 statement credit by using an enrolled eligible American Express card to spend a minimum of $200 in 1 or more transactions with JetBlue by July 12, 2022.
Several Upgraded Points staffers saw the offer on various Amex cards, including The Platinum Card® from American Express, Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card, and Blue Sky® Card. That means you’ll want to check across all of your Amex cards to see if you were targeted for the offer. Make sure to click Activate Offer before your purchase.
Hot Tip: Amex Offers are deals that are linked to your American Express credit card. They can vary — some offer cash-back after making a purchase, while others provide Membership Rewards points. However, all have an expiration date, so ensure you’ve completed your purchase before time runs out.
Keep in mind there are several restrictions. For starters, your flight must originate in the U.S. — so make sure your first leg isn’t an international flight.
You must book your tickets directly with JetBlue, so you’ll want to avoid using an online travel agency.
The Amex Offer is valid on flight purchases and JetBlue Vacations, the airline’s booking portal where travelers can purchase flights and hotels in a bundle. Inflight purchases, baggage, pets, cancellation and change fees, and business and group travel will also trigger the offer.
Ineligible purchases include JFK Terminal 5 transactions, charters, corporate shuttles, cargo, buying JetBlue TrueBlue points, booking a parking spot, or the employee-only JetBlue Lodge. The offer also excludes purchases made with ShopBlue, Allianz Travel Protection Program, Paisly, and JetBlue Hotels.
Amex Offers are an easy way to earn cash-back or points on your purchases, and this offer for JetBlue is a pretty solid deal. Make sure to check your cards, especially if you have several, to see if you got the deal!
The information regarding the Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card and Blue Sky® Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer.