Mosaic is the highest status level in JetBlue’s frequent flyer program.
To qualify, you must earn 15,000 points from Jet Blue airfare purchases each year or earn 12,000 points and pay for at least 30 flight segments (e.g. a flight with one connection is two segments) on an annual basis.
Mosaic offers the following benefits to members and anyone flying on a member’s reservation:
No, it is not worth buying JetBlue points. The price of one JetBlue point is approximately 3.51 cents but one JetBlue point is worth 1.35 points, on average.
However, there are some situations where buying points might make sense. If you want to get an expensive flight or vacation package before you have the required points amount, it might be worth buying them. Or, if you are a Mosaic member you can redeem points for upgrades at a significantly reduced rate, thus increasing point value. … read full answer
But in most cases, buying JetBlue points is not worth it.
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