JetBlue Credit Card Calculator

Card Details & JetBlue Point Calculator
3x JetBlue Purchases
2x Restaurants
2x Grocery Stores
50% In-Flight Savings

Review the details of the JetBlue Credit Card, calculate how many JetBlue Points you can earn based on your spend, and compare results against top cards.

The Barclays JetBlue Credit Card is a great choice for anyone that flies JetBlue and wants to rack up airline miles without paying the annual fee that comes with the JetBlue Plus Card. It earns triple miles on JetBlue purchases along with bonus miles on both restaurants and grocery stores. The JetBlue Credit Card also offers an outstanding 50% off in flight purchases of cocktails and food purchases.

Bonus Categories

The Barclays JetBlue Credit Card features three bonus categories that earn extra TrueBlue Points. These categories are JetBlue purchases, restaurants, and grocery store purchases. There is no limit to the amount of bonus TrueBlue Points you can earn and no limit to the amount of JetBlue Points you can earn with the card overall.

  • 3x JetBlue
    • Eligible purchases include items billed by JetBlue as a merchant of the record booked through JetBlue channels such as:
      • JetBlue Reservations
      • JetBlue Vacations
      • JetBlue Ticket Counters
    • Car rentals and hotel reservations purchased outside of a JetBlue Vacations package, duty-free purchases, and purchases of TrueBlue Points do not count.
  • 2x Restaurant
  • 2x Grocery
  • 1x Non-Category

Perks & Benefits

The Barclays JetBlue Card has one primary benefit which is a discount on in-flight purchases.

  • 50% Off In-Flight Purchases
    • Applies to cocktails and food purchased in-flight on JetBlue-operated flights.
    • Discount is in the form of a statement credit.

Sign Up Bonus (SUB)

The standard Barclays JetBlue credit card sign up bonus is 10,000 bonus points after making $1,000 in purchases with your credit card account within 90 days of account opening. This is worth about $130 in air travel, but can be worth more depending on the redemption. The JetBlue Plus Card typically offers a higher sign up bonus of around 40,000 points after the same $1,000 in purchases which is equal to around $520 when used for award travel. Subtract the $99 annual fee and you have net gain of $421 which still really good.


Annual Fee

The JetBlue Credit Card does not have an annual fee.

Authorized User Fee

There is no authorized user fee for adding additional users to the JetBlue Credit Card. This is a great idea if you have friends or family that spend within the bonus categories offered on this card. Adding users to the JetBlue Credit Card will help accumulate TrueBlue Points at a faster rate.

Foreign Transaction Fee

There is no foreign transaction fee for using the JetBlue Credit Card outside of the United States. This means you can use the card worldwide to earn JetBlue Points without being penalized for international spending.

and Card Value Calculator

You can use this rewards calculator to calculate how many points, miles, or cash back you can earn based on your spend per category. This calculator will also give you the dollar value of the card based on rewards earned and how much each benefit is worth to you minus the fees. You can click the Compare A Card button to compare this card against another card in the same calculator.

All category spend entered in the primary card's column will carry over to all credit card pages on the site so you don't have to re-enter the same information over again.

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