JetBlue TrueBlue Points Calculator
JetBlue Point Calculators for calculating points earned on flights and with credit cards, point transfers to JetBlue, and the cash value by redemption.
JetBlue is an American low-cost airline that is based out of New York City and they are the six largest airline in the United States. JetBlue is not part of any of the three major alliances, but codeshares with more than 20 airlines which consist of airlines features in each major alliance. JetBlue currently has more than 102 destinations between U.S., Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, and South America.
JetBlue Airways is headquartered in Long Island City, New York. They operate out of five bases located in the eastern and southern parts of the United States:
- Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)
- Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL)
- John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
- Long Beach Airport (LGB)
- Orlando International Airport (MCO)
Credit Card Rewards Calculators
The JetBlue TrueBlue Credit Card Calculators will calculate how many JetBlue TrueBlue Points you can earn based on your monthly/yearly spend across categories. Each calculator will also output the cash value of the card based on your spend, how much you value the card benefits, and annual fees.
You can compare the results side by side any credit cards featured on the site to find out which earns you the most rewards and the best return. If cookies are enabled, all spend entered (primary/first column only) will carry over to all credit card calculators on the website.
Best Credit Cards For JetBlue Points
JetBlue is a major transfer partner of AMEX, Chase, Citi and several other programs. If you're trying to find the best credit cards for earning JetBlue Points, this calculator can help. Enter your spend and get a list of JetBlue and partner credit cards that can help you maximize your JetBlue earnings!
United States JetBlue Credit Card Calculators
JetBlue offers three Barclays credit cards for those who want to build their JetBlue Miles and experience a few additional perks. These cards feature categories that focus on JetBlue, restaurant, grocery, and office supply store purchases. Both the JetBlue Plus Card and JetBlue Business Card serves as the higher earning cards and offers the best benefits for those who frequently fly with JetBlue. The no-fee JetBlue Card isn't as packed with benefits, but still provides a solid return for those who want a few additional JetBlue Points, but don't need the perks of the annual fee cards.
Credit Card Comparison Calculators
Comparison Calculators features side by side comparisons of frequently compared credit cards and groups of credit cards. Per the usual, you will be able to calculate total rewards and the cash value of the cards based on monthly/yearly spend, how much you value the card benefits, and any annual fees the card may have. For these calculators, you will only be able to compare results against the cards featured in the comparison.
Redeeming Rewards & Cash Value
JetBlue TrueBlue Points can be used for award flights on JetBlue Airways as well as Hawaiian Airlines. You can also redeem points toward JetBlue Vacations, magazine subscriptions, and on the Points.com website.
JetBlue TrueBlue Points can be earned using major bank rewards programs by transferring the points earned in those programs directly to your TrueBlue account. This method can earn you more JetBlue Points than JetBlue's own credit cards across several bonus categories. Transferring is also an easy way to earn 40,000 to 80,000 TrueBlue Points using the sign up bonuses on partner credit cards.
Enter any amount of JetBlue Miles in the table below to see the equivalent amount needed in the partnering program.
Earning Points With Partner Credit Cards
All of the credit cards listed in the table allow you to earn rewards and transfer them directly to your JetBlue TrueBlue Account. The earning rates listed are based on the transfer ratio when converting rewards to JetBlue Points.
You can use the Best Credit Cards For JetBlue Points Calculator to find out which credit cards in the list above will earn you the most points and best return based on your monthly/yearly spend.
JetBlue TrueBlue Points are primarily earned flying JetBlue Airways. When flying JetBlue you will earn points based on the ticket cost, the fare booked, whether you booked through JetBlue or a third party, and JetBlue Mosaic Status. You can also earn additional JetBlue Points on top of that by using JetBlue Credit Cards. This gives you the ability to earn up to 15 JetBlue Points per $1 spent on JetBlue flights which is pretty fantastic.
In additional to earning points flying JetBlue Airways, you can also earn JetBlue Points flying several partner airlines such as Hawaiian, Emirates, and Singapore Airlines. Other partners include hotels, rental car agencies, and online shopping.
JetBlue Airline Partners
JetBlue Points can be earned flying several airline partners which are:
The amount of JetBlue Points you earn will vary by airline, but it will typically be based on the booking class and distance flown. You can book all of these airlines via jetblue.com. When searching for flights, these airlines will be included in the results. You can also earn JetBlue Points by entering your JetBlue TrueBlue membership number when booking your flight directly with these airlines.
JetBlue Hotel Partners
You can stock up on JetBlue Points using IHG and Marriott. Both programs allow you to either transfer your earned hotel rewards points directly to your JetBlue account or set up the earning preferences where you earn JetBlue Points on every stay. With IHG, both methods will earn you the same amount of points whereas with Marriott you'll want to earn points as normal and transfer them to JetBlue when needed.
|IHG Rewards Club||IHG Point Transfer or Change IHG Rewards Club Earning Preferences|
|Marriott Bonvoy||Marriott Point Transfer or Change Marriott Bonvoy Earning Preferences|
JetBlue Rental Car Partners
JetBlue Points can be earned booking rentals with both Avis and Budget. You can earn up to 30% off the base rates plus 100 points per day booking with Budget and you can earn up to 35% off the base rates plus 100 points per day booking with Avis. If you have JetBlue Mosaic Status, you can earn 200 points per day with Avis and Budget.
In order to earn JetBlue Points you can book directly through the JetBlue Car Rental Portal or you can book directly and use the proper Avis AWD and Budget BCD numbers.
|Book Through JetBlue||JetBlue Car Rental Portal|
|Avis||Book using avis.com and use Avis Worldwide Discount number H798506|
|Budget||Book using budget.com and use Budget Customer Discount number R344904|
JetBlue & Amazon
JetBlue Points can be earned shopping Amazon.com while in-flight. You can earn 3 JetBlue Points per $1 spent on select purchases while onboard your JetBlue flights via Fly-Fi. You'll need to be signed into Fly-Fi using the name and email associated with your JetBlue TrueBlue account. Do note that you will need to shop through Amazon.com and not through the Amazon mobile app.
A good way to approach this would be to create a wish list through Amazon.com and wait until you're flying with JetBlue to make your purchases.
The JetBlue TrueBlue Shopping Portal allows you to earn JetBlue Points shopping online with top retailers. Depending on the retailer, you'll earn a certain amount of JetBlue Points per $1 spent. This is one of the easiest ways to earn a great amount of JetBlue Points shopping online.
The American Express Membership Rewards Program is a direct transfer partner of JetBlue Airways. If you have an AMEX Membership Rewards credit card, you can earn AMEX Points shopping online with Rakuten Rewards. You can then transfer those earned Membership Rewards Points to your JetBlue account. I recommend reading up on using Rakuten and AMEX Membership Rewards.
If you really want to maximize on your JetBlue Points, you can book your entire trip using JetBlue Vacations. You can book your JetBlue flight, hotel, car, and more all in one place. Booking through the vacation portal will also grant you some additional benefits at some hotels such as VIP treatment. The portal features a wide range of hotel brands including:
- Disneyland Resort
- RIU Hotels and Resorts
- Universal Orlando Resort
- Walt Disney World
Do note that if you have the JetBlue Plus or JetBlue Business Card, you'll earn 6 JetBlue Points per $1 spent since this is a JetBlue purchase!
If transferring JetBlue Points to your account isn't an option for you and you need points now, you can consider buying 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. You can buy as little as 1,000 JetBlue Points for $35.10 or as many as 30,000 JetBlue Points for $825 in a single transaction. As a member, you can buy up to a total of 120,000 JetBlue Points per calendar year.
|JetBlue Points Cost|
|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 has several Buy Points Promotions through the year which allows you to buy JetBlue Points at a discounted rate. If you're in need of topping off your account or you need more than a few JetBlue Points, these promos are the best time to buy them.
How To Buy JetBlue Points
You can buy JetBlue Points following these steps:
- 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.