Tag Archive: TrueBlue

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 up for the promotion* and you’ll pick up 5,000 points when you …

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Dec 14

Miles Or Cash for Flowers

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A few weeks ago, I talked about the benefits of getting miles or cash for shopping online. Today, I’m going to talk about one of the items that pays the best: Buying flowers online. Note: The quality of online flowers is generally not the highest, since the companies work with partner merchants and take a …

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Dec 05

Get JetBlue TrueBlue Points for Shopping at Amazon!

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A few days ago, I wrote a post about cashback shopping. You can get something back for every purchase you make, with one big exception: Amazon. Fortunately, JetBlue has fixed that problem. Get TrueBlue Points by Shopping with Amazon This deal is somewhat shocking to me. Three TrueBlue points are worth about 4.5 cents, meaning …

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Nov 29

JetBlue Flash Sale: 20% off Base Fares

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Short and sweet: JetBlue announced a sale for 20% off all base fares. Here’s the scoop. JetBlue Discount JetBlue recently announced its 100th city and is using that as an excuse to offer a fare sale. Hey, don’t have to ask me twice. Bookings should be made at the promo site and use code CELEBRATE. The code …

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Nov 28

Cyber Monday Sale: Club Carlson, JetBlue

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No doubt your inbox is getting pounded by all kinds of Cyber Monday deals and offers. Here are a couple that might get overlooked. Club Carlson: 15-30% off Let’s start with Club Carlson, the little program that could. Club Carlson, owner of the  Country Inn & Suites and Radisson hotel chain (among others), offers bonuses …

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Nov 13

JetBlue Extends Schedule (And Earns FFMiles101 Kudos)

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JetBlue Extends Schedule  Like many other low-cost carriers, JetBlue does not publish 331 days in advance. They tend to keep their schedules closer-in, with only about 6-9 months of flights available. Of course, that cost them in my family, which was forced to book a United flight 10 months out because we couldn’t be sure …

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Oct 25

“Previous Bookings Do Not Qualify for The Promotion”

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JetBlue put out a very interesting promotion yesterday, offering bonuses on its new Boston – LaGuardia flights. It has a “1-2-3” structure, which you’ll see below. What makes it particularly intriguing is that fares are starting at $34 on a one-way basis. The Promotion Fly between Boston and LaGuardia during the promotional period and they’ll …

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Sep 07

JetBlue’s Rewards Program Won’t Last (in Its Current Form)

I have a love/hate relationship with JetBlue. I love the service. I hate the website. I love the credit card bonuses, but can’t stand some of the things that Barclays does. Thinking about JetBlue reminds me of this bit from The Simpsons: So what now? It’s Just Too Good This post was actually supposed to …

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