Earn JetBlue TrueBlue Points on Singapore Airlines Flights

Sep 10, 2015

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Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available – JetBlue CardJetBlue Plus Card

The JetBlue cards from Barclaycard are now available. Earn 30,000 points after $1,000 spent in the first 90 days with the JetBlue Plus Card ($99 annual fee) or 10,000 points after $1,000 spent on purchases in the fist 90 days with the JetBlue Card ($0 annual fee). Get more information here.

Starting this month, TrueBlue members can earn points on all Singapore Airlines flights. Simply input your TrueBlue account information during the booking process, and you’ll earn points with JetBlue rather than with Singapore or another airline. Singapore KrisFlyers members will also have the opportunity to earn miles on JetBlue flights.

You can now earn TrueBlue miles with Singapore.
You can now earn TrueBlue miles on Singapore flights.

Singapore passengers can already begin earning TrueBlue points, and if you’ve flown Singapore recently (since September 1st), you can request the points be added to your account.

A full breakdown of each booking class' point earning.
A full breakdown of the points JetBlue passengers can earn in each booking class on Singapore Airlines

Point earnings are based on the booking class and the distance flown, with business-class passengers earning 1 point per mile flown, and economy-class passengers earning 1 point per 2 miles flown. At those rates, you’re probably better off crediting to United Airlines or another Star Alliance partner, but this is a nice option to have if you’re invested in the TrueBlue program.

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