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Points Path Expands Functionality With Addition of JetBlue

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Points Path, the browser extension that instantly tells users whether to use cash or points and miles for a given flight, has added a fourth airline to its roster: JetBlue Airways.

In addition to adding another frequent flyer program to its growing list of partners, Points Path has unveiled a new look along with another layer of utility for users.

Let’s take a look at everything you need to know.

Points Path Adds JetBlue Pricing and Debuts a New Look

At launch, Points Path worked with the “Big 3” domestic airlines — American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and United Airlines. Now, however, JetBlue has joined the fray and users who have the browser extension installed should be able to see JetBlue pricing and analysis immediately when searching for an eligible route.

The addition of JetBlue TrueBlue pricing isn’t the only thing happening, however. Points Path also has a refreshed look in addition to a new feature that should make the user experience even easier.

Along with displaying to users whether to use cash or points and miles for a given flight, Points Path now shows you whether you’re getting a “good deal” or a “great deal” when you redeem points or miles.

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Use your JetBlue TrueBlue points for this flight and you’ll get a good deal. Image Credit: Google Flights

About Points Path

If you aren’t already familiar, Points Path is a browser extension — currently compatible with the Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge browsers — that works alongside Google Flights to display both the cash price of a given ticket and the cost of that ticket in points and miles for participating programs.

Airlines often price round-trip itineraries differently than the combination of 2 one-way tickets, so Points Path uses a tool called “true round-trip pricing” to reflect the prices listed on the airline’s website to give accurate award pricing, which is different from competing services that often use a combination of one-way pricing to give an estimate of award rates for round-trip tickets.

You can sign up for the service and download the extension now. If you’re an existing user, you should immediately see JetBlue TrueBlue pricing and the platform’s new .

Hot Tip:

Check out our full guide to Google Flights and learn about the best tips and tricks for using the service.

Final Thoughts

Points Path is an exciting new tool that takes so much of the guesswork out of deciding whether to use cash or points and miles for an airline ticket.

It’s now compatible with a fourth airline, JetBlue, and will even tell you whether you’re getting a good or great deal, another useful development for users.

We’re excited to see which airlines and features Points Path adds next!

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About Nick Ellis

Nick’s passion for points began as a hobby and became a career. He worked for over 5 years at The Points Guy and has contributed to Business Insider and CNN. He has 14 credit cards and continues to leverage the perks of each.


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