4x JetBlue Points

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JetBlue is offering quadruple TrueBlue JetBlue points for all flights booked by April 2nd (tomorrow) for travel April 8-June 19. They are also running a sale with flights starting at $59, so there could be some discounted flight options out there as well. Unfortunately the 4x points is only available on newly purchased tickets today or tomorrow (April 1st and 2nd) and you must register for the promo prior to booking your travel.

Typically TrueBlue members earn three points per dollar spent on the flight plus an additional three points per dollar if the flight was booked on jetblue.com. The 4x points is on the base amount of points (so the first three points/dollar for ALL members). This means you’ll earn a total of 12 points per dollar spent + another 3 points per dollar spent if the flight was booked on jetblue.com for a total of 15 points per dollar spent! This is a pretty huge bonus! Let’s say you find a $200 roundtrip flight (not including taxes/fees), this will give you 3,000 points in total. As a reference, free one-way redemption tickets start at 5,000 points.

There are also a few other JetBlue promos going on, so you can combine them all and really maximize the points you earn.

  • Get 5,000 bonus points after flying three roundtrips (or six one-ways) on paid JetBlue flights. Blog Post.
  • If you take 10 one-way flights of 1,600 miles+, you’ll get 10,000 bonus points. Learn more on JetBlue site.

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