If transferring JetBlue Points to your account isn't an option and you need points now, you might want to consider buying JetBlue Points. Buying points can be a great way to top off your account if you're a few shy of a redemption.
Cost To Buy JetBlue Points
At the standard rate, JetBlue Points will cost you between 2.75 cents and 3.51 cents per point based on how many you buy. The more you buy, the better the price.
|Amount Purchased||Cost Per Cent|
|1,000 - 2,000 Points||3.51 Cents|
|3,000 - 4,000 Points||3.38 Cents|
|5,000 - 9,000 Points||3.21 Cents|
|10,000 - 14,000 Points||2.98 Cents|
|15,000 - 30,000 Points||2.75 Cents|
JetBlue Points can be purchased in 1,000-point increments up to 3,000 JetBlue Points and then in 500-point increments up to 30,000 JetBlue Points. You can buy as little as 1,000 JetBlue Points for $35.10 and as many as 30,000 JetBlue Points for $825 in a single transaction. You cannot buy or receive as a gift more than a total of 120,000 TrueBlue Points in a calendar year.
|Base Cost Per Points||2.75-3.51 Cents|
|Min Purchase Per Transaction||1,000 Points|
|Max Purchase Per Transaction||30,000 Points|
|Max Points Per Calendar Year||120,000 Points|
|Purchase Increments||1,000-point increments Up To 3,000 Points, then 500-point increments up to 30,000 Points|
Do note that purchases of JetBlue Points are non-refundable and do not count towards JetBlue Mosaic Status.
JetBlue Buy Points Calculator
If you're looking to buy JetBlue Points at the standard rate, the calculator below can give you an idea of how much buying points may cost you. Do note that the cost of JetBlue Points can change at any time, so you'll want to log into your TrueBlue account and check their Buy Points page to see the actual cost.
When To Buy JetBlue Points
The primary reason for purchasing JetBlue Points is to top off your account. If you're a few thousand TrueBlue Points shy of a redemption, buying points could be the way to go, but you'll want to run the numbers to make sure it's worth it.
Outside of buying points to top off your account, the only other time it makes sense is if you're able to buy them at a cheaper price than what you can redeem them for. Unfortunately for JetBlue Points they typically hover around 1.3 cents on average which means buying a lot of them will be a bad deal more times than not.
How To Buy JetBlue Points
JetBlue Points can be purcahsed directly from the JetBlue website.
- Head to the JetBlue Buy Points page.
- Select how many JetBlue Points you want to buy.
- Log into your JetBlue TrueBlue account.
- Enter your payment details.
- Review the order and agree to the terms and conditions.
- Click Pay Now.
The points should post to your account within a few minutes, but it can take up to 72 hours to post to your account.
JetBlue Points can be quite expensive and they are one of the most costly airline currency when it comes to buying rewards. If you're a few points shy, buying points may be for you, but you'll want to keep buying JetBlue Points to an absolute minimum. If you find yourself short on JetBlue Points often, there's no shortage of ways to earn them. There are a fairly decent amount of JetBlue earning partners and JetBlue is a direct transfer partner of all major bank rewards programs meaning you have a large selection of top credit cards to choose from when it comes to earning JetBlue Points.