Ends Today! Save 15% On JetBlue Award Tickets! Should You Transfer Points To JetBlue For This Promo?

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Save 15% On JetBlue Award Tickets!

JetBlue is offering 15% off award tickets with the following rules:

  • Book an award flight by 4/25
  • Fly 4/29-6/20.
  • Discount not available for travel 5/22-5/28.
  • Monday–Thursday travel only (not valid for fights on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday).
  • Not valid in Mint class.
  • When you search for an eligible award flight, the award fare that you see will automatically include the discount.

If you have a JetBlue Plus consumer or business card you’ll also get a 10% rebate when redeeming JetBlue points.

You can transfer points to JetBlue from:

  • Chase Ultimate Rewards premium cards at a 1K:1K ratio.
  • Citi ThankYou points premium cards at a 1K:1K ratio.
  • AMEX premium cards points transfer to JetBlue at a subpar 1K:800 ratio
  • Marriott points transfer at a meager 60K:12.5K ratio.

Should you transfer points? Let’s take a look at the value of JetBlue points after the 15% off discount on a few routes:

  • A flight from JFK to Chicago on 5/14 is $69.30 or 3,500 points+$5.60, a value of 1.82 cents per point. JetBlue Plus Cardholders will effectively pay 3,150 points, a value of 2.02 cents per point.
  • A flight from Newark to Fort Lauderdale on 5/14 is $72.30 or 3,800 points+$5.60, a value of 1.76 cents per point. JetBlue Plus Cardholders will effectively pay 3,420 points, a value of 1.95 cents per point.
  • A flight from JFK to Los Angeles on 5/14 is $128.30 or 7,300 points+$5.60, a value of 1.87 cents per point. JetBlue Plus Cardholders will effectively pay 6,570 points, a value of 2.02 cents per point.

If you travel dates fall within the dates of this promotion, those are some pretty decent values for your Chase or Citi points!


If you, a member in your household, or an authorized user has one of the following Chase cards, you can transfer points into miles:

  • Chase Ink Preferred has a 80K signup bonus and earns 3 points per dollar on shipping, advertising, and travel, can transfer all Chase points into miles, and points are worth at least 1.25 cents each for paid travel ($95 annual fee).
  • Chase Sapphire Preferred has a 60K signup bonus, earns 2 points per dollar on dining/travel, can transfer all Chase points into miles, and points are worth at least 1.25 cents each for paid travel ($95 annual fee).
  • Chase Sapphire Reserve has a 50K signup bonus, earns 3 points per dollar on dining/travel, can transfer all Chase points into miles, and points are worth at least 1.5 cents each for paid travel ($450 annual fee with $300 travel credit).

Chase no-annual fee cards that are fantastic for earning points, but require one of the cards above for points transfers include:


If you or a friend has one of the following Citi cards, you can transfer points into miles:

Citi no-annual fee card that is fantastic for earning and redeeming points, but requires one of the cards above for points transfers:

  • Citi Rewards+ Card has a 15K signup bonus and rounds up all of your purchases to the nearest 10 points per dollar with no cap! It also earns 2 points per dollar on $6K in annual purchases at supermarkets and gas stations and has 0% intro APR for 12 months on purchases and balance transfers. Plus you’ll get 10% of your redeemed points rebated back on up to 100K redeemed points per year ($0 annual fee).

Where will you book with this promotion?

HT: mochjas, via DDF


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JoeG

Does having a JetBlue biz and personal card each give 10% rebate?

yankel

business yes. plus personal card yes

yankel

read post 🙂

genius

FM?

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