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Jul 14

JetBlue Introduces Its Mosaic Challenge


Few airlines make their elite status as easy to achieve as JetBlue. You can make it through flying on the airline or spending enough on the fantastic JetBlue credit card. But what really helps you get the good stuff is the frequent promotions that they offer for tier points.* Mosaic Challenge It’s easy enough. Well, …

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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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May 06

Two Quick Roads to JetBlue’s Mosaic Status

For some, elite status, or the extra perks that come from being a frequent flyer, are extremely important. For others, they could take it or leave it. If you’re in the latter category, take the blue pill and I’ll see you tomorrow. In the former, however, here’s your red pill; let’s jump into the rabbit …

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Feb 23

Five Things I Like about JetBlue (And Four I Don’t)

If I’m flying coach, I want to be on JetBlue. They simply do the best job in-flight. Here are five things that I like (and four that I don’t) about the airline What I like The seats. Not only is the pitch (legroom) 3-4 inches bigger than its domestic competitors (30-31 inches) but they’re also …

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Jan 08

Double JetBlue’s Mosaic Points with Kickstart

JetBlue just announced the return of Kickstart, its double points promotion. Unlike many other bonuses, this one doubles base points earned, meaning that it will count not only toward redemptions but also toward its version of elite status, called Mosaic. You’ll need to register first and then book by January 31 for flights through February …

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Aug 23

The two best airline elite perks (that don’t involve upgrades)

I write a fair amount about elite status, the extra perks that airlines give you for flying a certain amount of miles (and/or spending a certain amount of money) each year. To me, the best perks are related to the ability to upgrade, whether its free domestic upgrades or certificates for international upgrades. Because that’s …

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