Save 25% on JetBlue Award Flights

Mar 2, 2016

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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.

JetBlue recently launched a promotion reducing award flight prices by 25% if you book by March 4. Travel dates for the sale must fall between April 26 and June 16, however there are also blackout dates between May 26 and May 30 and on all Sundays during this timeframe.

Keep in mind that JetBlue award prices are based on the cost of a revenue ticket, so redemption opportunities can vary. For this promotion, fares will not be discounted below 3,500 points.

Fly New York to Fort Lauderdale round-trip from 9,000 pts + $11.20.
Fly New York to Fort Lauderdale round-trip from 9,000 pts + $11.20.

JetBlue doesn’t have a lot of transfer partners, but you are able to move points from Membership Rewards earned from cards like Amex Premier Rewards Gold or Amex Platinum.

Overall this deal is a great way to get some added value out of your TrueBlue points. The promo is definitely worth considering, especially if you’re traveling during these dates. Additionally, the sale price is automatically applied to tickets when you search, so there’s no registration needed to take advantage of the promo if you do decide to book.

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