Tag Archive: JetBlue

May 05

Double JetBlue Points On Icelandair (Europe On The Cheap)

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We’re going to talk about Icelandair today. No, way, don’t leave yet! I’ll try and make it worth your while. But first, the promotion. Double TrueBlue Points on Icelandair If you didn’t know that JetBlue has airline partners, you’re not alone. JetBlue actually has deals (to varying degrees) on several international carriers, as well as …

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May 03

3,000 TrueBlue Points To Join Amazon Prime

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If you’re one of the nine remaining people on the face of the planet who doesn’t have Amazon Prime, then here’s an offer for you. 3,000 JetBlue TrueBlue Points to Join In December, JetBlue announced a partnership with Amazon, which offers TrueBlue points for shopping at the retailer through your individual link. This move was …

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Apr 17

675 Free Points From JetBlue Without Leaving Your Desk

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In terms of pure dollar value, JetBlue’s TrueBlue program blows away every other airline. It’s not even fair how about the gap is. The points translate to about 1.5 cents each and, simply booking a ticket (3 points per dollar spent) through the web site (gets you another 3 points per dollar spent). That’s effectively …

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Mar 09

Citibank Transfers to JetBlue Offering A 50% Bonus

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Citibank ThankYou points (TYP)* are not the most valuable currency, but they do transfer to a number of airlines. The most recent airline partner to join is JetBlue, and Citi is offering a bonus to move points to TrueBlue. Citibank – JetBlue Typically, transferring 1,000 TYP to JetBlue will earn you 800 TrueBlue points. Until …

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Mar 05

JetBlue Double Points Promo

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In December/January, JetBlue usually sends out a double points email. They’re running a little later than usual this year, but the offer just went out. Double TrueBlue Points (Elite Eligible) JetBlue normally gives three points per dollar spent but, for the duration of the program, they’re doubling your base points to six per dollar spent. …

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Feb 28

5,000 Points When You Join TrueBlue (And Fly)

I feel like it’s been all JetBlue, all the time around here, but hey, they’re the ones offering the bonuses. They get the good press. 5,000 TrueBlue Points to Join And Fly Simple enough. If you are new to the JetBlue program, simply sign upĀ for the promotion* and you’ll pick up 5,000 points when you …

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Feb 25

Atlanta Invasion: Earn 6,000 JetBlue Points

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JetBlue is starting a Boston-Atlanta route to compete with Delta, and you know what that means for you: A bonus opportunity!* Earn 6,000 JetBlue Points Fly between Boston and Atlanta on JetBlue and you can earn up to 6,000 bonus points after you register here. Both JetBlue and Delta are trying to establish Boston as …

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Feb 08

Credit Card Christmas in February

It’s credit card Christmas, as a remarkable three airline cards are offering 50,000 mile sign-up bonuses. We’ll occasionally get one or two at the same time, but we rarely have three simultaneously. Credit Card Bonanza You’ve got several choices if you want an enhanced bonus, so I’d take advantage of it now. Among your choices: …

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Feb 06

JetBlue Extends Schedule Through October 28

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One of the differences between the “legacy” carriers (American, United, Delta) and the newer breed of low cost carriers is how they release schedules. The former generally release tickets as far as 330 days out, while the latter usually releases tickets for a 6-9 month period, which gives them more flexibility. JetBlue Updates Schedule JetBlue …

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Jan 04

JetBlue Announces Flash Winter Fare Sale

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JetBlue sent out an email alerting readers to its “Big Winter Sale.” This sale doesn’t actually look that much bigger than its average sale, but hey, a sale’s a sale. The Big Winter Sale It’s a typical JetBlue sale, with the most important caveat being that it it lasts only two days. And, as usual, …

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