|No. of Daily Flights||500 - 1,000|
|Ease of Earning Free Flight|
|Free Flight Options|
|About these ratings|
The JetBlue TrueBlue program best serves travelers based in East Coast and Florida cities (like Boston, New York City, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando) who primarily fly domestically and to the Caribbean. Joining the TrueBlue program will allow you to earn points for every dollar spent on JetBlue flights and JetBlue Getaways vacation packages. You can also earn points on Emirates and Hawaiian Airlines flights, as well as on hotel stays, car rentals and purchases with retail partners. Additional ways to earn include staying connected on social media, and for making purchases with a JetBlue credit card from American Express. You can use those points to cover the cost of future air travel on JetBlue or on Hawaiian Airlines, as well as the cost of JetBlue vacation packages.
Pros & Cons
- Points can be earned and redeemed on multiple airlines
- No blackout dates on JetBlue flights
- Earn additional points by using a JetBlue credit card to buy a seat for a friend
- Blackout dates may apply on partner airlines
- Fewer destinations than larger airlines
- Program only offers one elite membership tier
As a JetBlue TrueBlue member, you will earn points for every dollar spent on a JetBlue-operated flight or on a JetBlue Getaways vacation package (which is a bundle that includes JetBlue flights, hotel stays and sometimes car rentals or activities). You can also earn points by making purchases with a JetBlue Card from American Express. You can use those points to cover the base cost of air travel on JetBlue, or to pay for a JetBlue Getaways vacation package. You can also collect points by flying on JetBlue partner airlines Emirates, Hawaiian Airlines and Silver Airways, and redeem them for flights on JetBlue or Hawaiian Airlines. Additionally, you can collect points for hotel stays with partnering hotel programs, including Marriott Rewards and Hilton HHonors.
Can Points Expire? NO
Can Earn Points On...
- Credit Card
- Air Travel
- Hotel Stays
Can Use Points On...
- Booking Flights
JetBlue TrueBlue membership is divided into two tiers: basic membership and TrueBlue Mosaic status.How Membership Works»
The Fine Print
- You must be 13 years or older to enroll in the JetBlue TrueBlue program. Anyone younger than 13 must be enrolled by a parent or legal guardian.
- The points you can earn are based on the base fare of your JetBlue flight or vacation package; you cannot earn points on government taxes and fees, travel insurance or other fees.
- The number of TrueBlue points you can earn on flights operated by Hawaiian Airlines and Emirates is based on distance.
- Points may not be redeemed for cash.
- To accumulate points, you must provide your TrueBlue membership number at the time of booking or within a year of booking your flight.
- Any change or cancellation to an Award Flight is subject to standard change and cancellation fees.
- The number of points required for a particular flight may change at any time until booking is confirmed.
- Points cannot be used to cover taxes and fees.
- If you do not board your Award Flight and fail to cancel prior to departure, all points used in connection with the flight will be forfeited.
- A flight segment that qualifies you for TrueBlue Mosaic status is defined as a one-way flight, even if it includes a connection.
- Rewards travel with JetBlue's partner airlines is subject to blackout dates.
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