Breeze Airways recently launched in the United States along with their points program BreezePoints.
Breeze was founded by David Neeleman, who also founded JetBlue.
Breeze’s points program is fairly straightforward, with one point equivalent to one cent, and you earn points based on a percentage of the cost of a base fare or ancillary fees.
Breeze Airways awards points based on the cash cost of the base fare (without taxes and other fees) and other ancillary fees.
You earn points at the following rates:
Nice (economy) Fares earn 2% (2 points per dollar) of the base fare.
Nicer (premium economy) Fares earn 4% (4 points per dollar) of the base fare.
Carry-on and checked baggage purchases earn 4% (4 points per dollar). However, oversized bag fees do not earn points.
Seat selection purchases earn 4% (4 points per dollar).
Pet in cabin purchases earn 4% (4 points per dollar).
BreezePoints expire 24 months from the original date issued issued with no way to extend the life of the points.
For example, if you earned 500 points from downloading the Breeze app in May 2021, you must use those 500 points by May 2023, even if you earn additional BreezePoints.
BreezePoints are worth exactly 1.0 cent per point on fares, taxes, fees, and ancillary services on Breeze flights.
You can easily redeem your points in the checkout screen to reduce the cost of a flight.