Skip to content

JetBlue Is Expanding Mint Service to Grenada

July 20, 2016
2 min read
JetBlue Is Expanding Mint Service to Grenada
This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. Terms apply to the offers listed on this page. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

JetBlue's award-winning Mint business-class product is going to Grenada (GND), adding a fifth Caribbean destination to its expanding list of destinations with premium service. Grenada joins Aruba, St. Lucia, Barbados and St. Maarten as destinations served by Mint from New York (JFK) and Boston (BOS). Service will begin in January 2017, operating seasonally on Saturdays. The flight schedule is as follows:

  • B6949 New York (JFK) 8:00am Departure ⇒ Grenada (GND) 1:45pm Arrival
  • B6950 Grenada (GND) 3:05pm Departure ⇒ New York (JFK) 7:28pm Arrival
Mint is TPG's favorite way of flying cross-country.
Mint is TPG's favorite way of flying cross-country.

As of today, this new route is bookable. Introductory fares are $854 round-trip, only about $200 more than what you'd pay to fly in economy.

JetBlue Mint is now bookable on flights from New York to Grenada.

You can also use TrueBlue points for Mint seats, in this case at about 1.4 cents per point + $76:

You can also use TrueBlue points to book the fights.
You can also use TrueBlue points to book your fights.

JetBlue first started flying Mint between New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, but has since expanded its offerings to cross-country flights from Boston and Fort Lauderdale to LA, San Francisco and Seattle. Mint remains TPG's favorite way of going cross-country. Better yet, JetBlue often offers extremely competitive business-class fares that are typically lower than the competition even though Mint is a superior product.

If you're looking forward to flying Mint in the future, let us know below!

[card card-name='The JetBlue Plus Card' card-id='220811272' type='javascript' bullet-id='1']

Sign up for our daily newsletter

Top offers from our partners

How we chose these cards

Our points-obsessed staff uses a plethora of credit cards on a daily basis. If anyone on our team wouldn’t recommend it to a friend or a family member, we wouldn’t recommend it on The Points Guy either. Our opinions are our own, and have not been reviewed, approved, or endorsed by our advertising partners.
See all best card offers