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JetBlue TrueBlue Award Travel Sale
JetBlue has a new offer that can save you TrueBlue points if you book a flight by Wednesday. Additionally, you can stack this with multiple promos to get a huge discount. First, you can get an additional 10% rebate on your points when you have the JetBlue plus Card. Also, you can use a card that has the JetBlue Amex Offer we covered this week. Now you’re probably thinking, I’m using points so why would I spend $200? I’m glad you asked! When you upgrade to even more space, you pay for that separately, it’s different from other airlines where the seat upgrade is included in the fare. If you’re like me and you always upgrade to Even More Space, you could stack all of these promos on the same set of flights and make out big time!
Don’t have many TrueBlue Points? Remember Chase Ultimate Rewards Program has added JetBlue as a transfer partner. There is also a 25% bonus when transferring Membership Rewards to TrueBlue.
For a limited time, save 20% when you redeem TrueBlue points for an award flight. Just book by 8/29 and travel 9/17–11/6/18.
- Book an award flight by August 29, 2018
- Fly Sept 17–Nov 6, 2018 (Discount not available for travel on 10/8 or for Mint)
- Monday–Thursday & Saturday travel only (not valid for fights on Friday and Sunday)
- When you search for an eligible award flight, the fare that you see will automatically include the discount
Another sale from JetBlue that will give you pretty good rates on award flights. NYC to Boston for example will cost you just 2,400 points plus $5.60 in fees or Las Vegas from 6,400 TrueBlue points plus $5.60. These pop up from time to time but this is definitely on the higher end for discounts.
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