Book a JetBlue Flight and Receive $40 Back with Amex Offers!

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An awesome new Amex Offer just surfaced where you can receive a $40 statement credit on your next JetBlue flight! Through November 20, 2018, if you spend $200 or more at JetBlue, you’ll receive a one-time statement credit. And the best part is you do not actually have to fly by this date, you just need to book your ticket by then. You’ll have to sign into your account to see if you are targeted, but from what I saw on my accounts it seems to be widely available. Unfortunately though, you can no longer add Amex Offers to multiple American Express accounts. You can, however, take advantage of this offer twice if you have a Membership Rewards earning card where you receive points and another card where you receive cash back.

Statement credit offer:

Membership Reward points offer:

This offer is only valid for JetBlue flights booked through JetBlue directly where your flight originates in the US/US territory. Your total purchase must equal $200 or more, which can include multiple reservations, bag fees, etc.

Since my husband travels for work on JetBlue quite often, we will be able to take advantage of this offer 4 times! Two $40 statement credit offers (one on his account and one on my account) and two 4,000 bonus point offers (again one on his account and one on my account).

While Amex Offers aren’t nearly as great as they used to be due to the ability to take advantage of the offers on every single card, they are still amazing and help my family earn free money on purchases we’d be making anyways!

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