There are several ways to earn lots of JetBlue points. The two most popular ways are flying on JetBlue or opening up a JetBlue credit card.
You can also earn JetBlue points shopping online, dining, flying partner airlines, transferring points from credit card programs, pooling points, and a few other ways.
Earning Points Flying on JetBlue
JetBlue offers five different fare classes.
Blue, Blue Plus, Blue Extra, and Mint earn 6 points per dollar spent when you book online or via the JetBlue App.
Blue Basic, which is JetBlue’s version of basic economy, only earns 2 points per dollar when you book online or via the mobile app.
Mosiac elite members earn an extra 3 points per dollar for all fare classes. The qualification for Mosiac status is detailed below.
We created a calculator to help you figure out how many points you will earn on your next flight.
You can customize your flight’s cost and your value of JetBlue points by clicking inside the blue box, entering your value, and clicking enter.
|JetBlue Flight Points Calculator|
|Basic||All Other Fares|
|# of Points||600||1800|
|Mosiac # of Points||2700||2700|
|Mosic Points Value||37.26||37.26|
|JetBlue Points Value||1.38|
JetBlue also offers several bonuses based on your flight activity throughout the year, which can be lucrative even if you don’t reach Mosaic elite status.
Earning JetBlue Points with Partner Airlines
You can also earn JetBlue points by flying on their partner airlines.
Emirates– Economy fares classes (M, B, U, K, Q, L, T, V, X, H) earn 1 point per 2 miles flown, economy fare classes (Y, E, R, W) earn 1 point per mile, business class earns 1.25 points per mile, and first class earns 1.5 points per mile.
Hawaiian Airlines– Economy fare classes (Y, W, Q, V, B, S) earn 1 point per every 2 miles flown, and for economy fare classes (N, M, I, H, G) earn 0.5 points per every 2 miles flown.
Icelandair– Economy fares classes (M, B, K, Q, T, V, H, G, L, S, O) earn 1 point every 2 miles flown, but economy fare classes (N, U, P, Z, R, I , X and W) earn no points.
JSX– JSX is a private airline where you can earn 250 points on “All In” and 150 points on “Hop On” fares.
Silver Airways– You earn 250 points per segment on Silver Airways.
Singapore Airlines– Economy fares classes earn 1 point per 2 miles flown and business fare classes earn 1 point per 1 mile flown.
South African Airways– Discounted economy fare classes (T, V, L, W, G) earn 1 point per 2 miles flown, economy fare classes (Y, B, M, K, H, S, Q) earn 1 point per mile flown, and business class fares earn 1.25 points per mile flown.
Earning JetBlue Points with Credit Cards
JetBlue Transferrable Points Partners
You can transfer points from several major credit card and hotel points programs to JetBlue.
However, we think there are many betters uses of these transferrable points especially considering some programs transfer at pretty lousy rates.
American Express Membership Rewards– You can transfer at a rate of 250 Membership Rewards to 200 JetBlue, which transfers instantly. Almost all other American Express partners transfer at a 1 to 1 ratio.
Chase Ultimate Rewards– You can transfer at a rate of 1 to 1, which transfers instantly.
Capital One Miles– You can transfer at a rate of 2 Capital One Miles to 1 JetBlue point, which transfers instantly. Almost all other Capital One partners transfer at a 2 to 1.5 ratio.
Citi ThankYou Points– You can transfer at a rate of 1 to 1, which transfers instantly.
Marriott Bonvoy– You can transfer at a rate of 6 Marriott points to 1 JetBlue point, which takes 24 hours to transfer. Almost all other Marriott partners transfer at a 3 to 1 ratio. However, there is a bonus when transferring 60,000 Marriott points, so that would net you 12,500 JetBlue points.
Family and Friends Points Pooling
JetBlue allows family and friends to pool their points together for free.
Other airlines charge massive fees for this benefit.
A couple of things to consider before entering a pool is that:
- Points Pools can consist of up to seven TrueBlue members. At a minimum, there must be two people in a Points Pooling account.
- Any TrueBlue member age 21 or older can start a Points Pooling account and be the Pool Leader.
- The Pool Leader will administer the Points Pooling account and can nominate other members of the pool to redeem points.
- Upon accepting an invitation to begin pooling, Pool Members contribute 100% of their points to the pool.
- Members are not permitted to join multiple Points Pooling accounts.
- The Pool Leader can remove any person from the Points Pooling account at any time, and the Member will leave with their remaining balance of TrueBlue points.
- The Pool Leader may not invite a new Participant into the Points Pooling account for at least six (6) months following the removal of a Pool Member.
Other Ways to Earn JetBlue Points
There are several other great ways you can earn JetBlue points from dining, vacations, hotels, rental cars, and even shopping on Amazon.
TrueBlue Dining– You can earn 3 points per dollar spent at restaurants when you register your credit or debit card before your visit.
JetBlue Vacations– You can earn extra JetBlue points when you book a flight and hotel package. The amount depends on the hotel, and you can see how many point when conducting a search.
Shopping– JetBlue has a shopping portal, similar to Rakuten, where you can earn points by clicking through their portal before you go to an online merchant.
Amazon– You can earn 3 points per dollar when shopping Amazon in the air on a JetBlue flight, so save your shopping for when you’re flying.
NRG Home Energy– You can earn 5,000 points for switching to NRG Home Energy and 2 points per dollar on your electric bill for residents of IL, MA, MD, NJ, NY, PA.
Flying with Your Pet– You can earn 300 points per flight when flying with your pet, which costs $150 each way.
Even More Space Seat– You can earn 200 points when selecting an “Even More Space” seat.
IHG Hotels– You can earn points when staying at IHG hotels. You can earn 2 points per dollar at all brands except Candlewood and Staybridge Suites (1 point per dollar) and 500 points at the Venetian Resort Las Vegas. However, you are most likely better off earning IHG points rather than JetBlue points when staying at IHG hotels.
Marriott Hotels– You can earn points when staying with Marriott hotels. You earn 1 point per dollar spent on most upscale Marriott brands and 1 point per every two dollars spent on Marriott’s budget brands. However, you are most likely better off earning Marriott points rather than JetBlue points when staying at Marriott.
Budget and Avis Rental Car– You can earn 100 points per day with Budget and Avis Rental Car. (200 points for Mosaic members).
Surveys– You can earn points for filling out surveys including 400 for your first survey.
The best ways to earn JetBlue points is by flying on JetBlue or a JetBlue credit card.
I don’t recommend transferring points to JetBlue because there are many better points programs out there.
Frequently Asked Questions
JetBlue points never expire.
You can buy JetBlue points online, but we highly recommend you do not buy points. JetBlue points typically cost 3.8 cents each, and you can only redeem JetBlue points for 1.38 cents.
American Express points transfer instantly to JetBlue.
Chase Ultimate Rewards points transfer instantly to JetBlue.
Citi ThankYou points transfer instantly to JetBlue.
Capital One miles transfer instantly to JetBlue.
Marriott Bonvoy points take about 24 hours to transfer to JetBlue.