JetBlue TrueBlue rewards program

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Type of Loyalty program: airline

JetBlue loyalty program


Type of purchasing: online (you can start earning points by booking flights online)

Used by: JetBlue Airways Corporation, New York, Queens. JetBlue Airways is an American low-cost airline that flies to more than 100 destinations in various states and countries in the Americas. It has the highest rating among airlines in the United States. JetBlue and TrueBlue are registered trademarks of JetBlue Airways Corporation.

JetBlue Airways


Model of Loyalty program: award-winning loyalty program, revenue-based (earning and redeeming points is based on ticket prices). JetBlue's loyalty program is called TrueBlue. The essence of the program is to accumulate points for flights and then use them for future free flights. The main advantage of JetBlue TrueBlue program is the opportunity to earn bonus points not only for buying air tickets. The company provides many other opportunities to earn rewards: you can earn TrueBlue points on cars, stays, travels, activities, travel gears and also using your JetBlue credit card.

JetBlue Airways Corporation registered trademarks


Type of medium: profile. Sign up for free is required.

Rewards schemes: rewards, savings.

Additional perks: Exclusive trip deals with or without a flight at

Type of membership: free for the asking

Type of card: no membership card. But you can get TrueBlue credit card.

Program validity period: unlimited

Rewards points: TrueBlue points. TrueBlue points & tiles. TrueBlue points have no set dollar value and there is not a points-to-dollars conversion rate. TrueBlue points don't expire.

JetBlue TrueBlue rewards program


How much JetBlue TrueBlue points are worth?

JetBlue does not have a published rewards scheme. Instead, the price in points is usually correlated to the cash price of the ticket and is awarded based on the value of the purchase. On average, you'll get at least 1 cent per TrueBlue point, but also no more than 2 cents per point.

You will accumulate 3 points for every dollar spent, except when booking Blue Basic fares, where you will earn 1 point for every dollar spent. When booking through, our members have the opportunity to earn an additional 3 bonus points per dollar spent, except when booking Blue Basic fares, which still earn 1 point per dollar spent. Here's how it works:

If you've purchased a Blue, Blue Plus, Blue Extra, or Mint fare on, you can earn an extra 3 bonus points per dollar, bringing your total to 6 points per dollar spent.

For members who have booked a Blue Basic fare on, you can earn an additional bonus point per dollar, totaling 2 points per dollar spent.

TrueBlue points


How to doble TrueBlue points?

You earn double points on your purchase If you book on or the JetBlue app.

Tiers: Basic and Mosaic


Mosaic: Elite TrueBlue Status for Frequent Flyers

For those who truly spread their wings, JetBlue offers Mosaic status. Achieving Mosaic status opens doors to a host of exclusive benefits:

  • Expedited Security. Skip the long lines and breeze through security with priority access.
  • Extra Legroom. Mosaic members enjoy complimentary Even More Space seats, providing even more comfort during their flights.
  • Two Free Checked Bags. No need to worry about baggage fees; Mosaic members can check two bags for free.
  • Dedicated Customer Service Line. Enjoy fast, personalized assistance with a dedicated customer service line exclusively for Mosaic members.

Apps:  JetBlue app


JetBlue app


The JetBlue app allows you to conveniently book and check-in for flights, access boarding passes and more.

In addition to selecting a seat, adding additional services or making changes to your itinerary, there is an option to receive a boarding pass. In the app, you can check-in quickly and without queuing.

A useful feature of the app is My Trips. You can make a travel plan and also save your past itineraries to access everything you need to know.

The app has advanced travel tools that allow you to choose hotels, vacation spots, car rentals, and extras.

The main benefit of the app is access to the My TrueBlue loyalty program. You'll be able to keep track of your TrueBlue points, view your Travel Bank balance (if you have one), request points for past trips, and enjoy more personalized service.

JetBlue app


Country (region): USA

Language: English



What is the TrueBlue loyalty program?

TrueBlue is JetBlue's loyalty program where you can earn rewards in the form of TrueBlue points. Points are awarded not only for flight ticket purchases, but also for travel, hotel reservations and everyday purchases from partners. TrueBlue points are earned by purchasing qualifying services or products from JetBlue, JetBlue Vacations, Paisly, a TrueBlue partner or with a JetBlue co-branded credit card.

Note! No bonus points are earned if JetBlue-operated flights are booked by phone or otherwise.

Participation in the TrueBlue program is free of charge, but registration on the website is required. Anyone with legal capacity who is 14 years of age or older can register. You can also add your child to the loyalty program.

But please note that the rewards program does not apply to third party ticket purchases: if you bought a ticket for someone other than yourself from your account, you will not be rewarded.

Points can be spent on flights. TrueBlue membership also provides a number of benefits and privileges on board JetBlue aircraft.

Full term and condition:

How to log in to TrueBlue account?

To log in to your account, go to You do not need your TrueBlue number on hand to log in to your account.

JetBlue TrueBlue log in


How can I redeem my TrueBlue points?

TrueBlue points can be redeemed for the following:

  • an award flight on JetBlue flights,
  • for booking a JetBlue flight under the Cash + Points program
  • JetBlue Vacations "flight + hotel" package for flight, hotel and car.
  • for some Hawaiian Airlines flights.

Important: TrueBlue points cannot be used to purchase additional services on board or to pay airline taxes and fees.

Options: The JetBlue Credit Cards

JetBlue Card Terms & Conditions

The JetBlue Credit Cards


JetBlue has partnered with Barclays to offer co-branded credit cards that accelerate your rewards earnings. With these cards, you can earn additional points on everyday purchases, bringing you closer to your dream vacations.

The JetBlue Card (JetBlue World Mastercard)

The JetBlue Сard offer is subject to credit approval.

The main advantage is that there is no annual fee. Introductory interest rate is 0% (on balance transfers within the first 12 billing cycles). Please note that this interest rate does not apply to purchases and cash advances.

After the introductory period, the variable APR rate ranges from 21.24% to 29.99% depending on credit history. There are fees for balance transfers (5%), cash advances (5%), but no foreign transaction fees.

For more information, please refer to the JetBlue Card Terms and Conditions.

JetBlue credit card


The JetBlue Plus Card (JetBlue Plus World Elite Mastercard)

The annual fee is $99 per year.

Introductory interest rate of 0% for the first 12 billing cycles (within 45 days of account opening). This introductory rate offer does not apply to purchases and cash advances.

  • The variable APR rate is 21.24%, 25.24% or 29.99% depending on application results and credit history at the time of account opening.
  • The variable interest rate on cash advances is 29.99%. 
  • The minimum monthly interest charge is $0.50 per month.
  • Balance Transfer Fee: 5% (min. $5).
  • Cash withdrawal fee: 5% (min. $10).
  • Foreign transaction fee: 0%.



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Georgetta F. Palsen

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Georgetta F. Palsen spearheads the Loyalty Programs Project, aiming to unravel the global impact of loyalty programs. Leading a dedicated team, she adopts an interdisciplinary approach to explore these programs' influence on consumer behavior and capitalism, offering critical insights for academics and businesses navigating the complexities of today's societal dynamics. More info