The JetBlue Card earns 10,000 points when you spend $1,000 in the first 90 days. With the higher-tier JetBlue Plus Card, the bonus increases to 70,000 points received after spending $1,000 in the first 90 days. Plus, you receive an extra 5,000 bonus points after your account anniversary.
Here are the JetBlue credit card sign-up bonuses:
JetBlue Card: Offers 10,000 points when you spend $1,000 in the first 90 days.
JetBlue Plus Card: Offers 70,000 points after spending $1,000 in the first 90 days. 5,000 points every year after your account anniversary.
JetBlue Business Credit Card: JetBlue's business offering earns you 50,000 points for spending $1,000 in the first 90 days. 5,000 points every year after your account anniversary.
The JetBlue Plus Card comes with a $99 annual fee, while the JetBlue Card features a $0 annual fee. That's partly because the JetBlue Plus Card offers significantly more bonus miles and higher rewards earnings rate than the base JetBlue Card. JetBlue Plus Card earns 6 points / $1 spent on JetBlue purchases, while the JetBlue Card earns you 3 points / $1. The JetBlue Plus Card also offers a free first checked bag for the cardholder and up to three guests.
The JetBlue Business Credit Card is similar to the JetBlue Plus Card, including the $99 annual fee and 6 points / $1 spent on JetBlue purchases.
If at the very least, you're an occasional Jet Blue flyer, you should benefit from one of these credit card bonuses. While the JetBlue Plus Card comes with a $99 annual fee, its 70,000-point bonus alone will more than make up for it as long as you meet its spending requirements.
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