- Earn 10,000 bonus points after spending $1,000 on purchases in the first 90 days
- Earn 3 points per $1 spent on JetBlue purchases, 2 points per $1 at restaurants and grocery stores and 1 point per $1 on all other purchases
- No blackout dates on JetBlue-operated flights & redeem for any seat, any time on JetBlue-operated flights. Points required for an Award Flight will vary based on the published base fare at the time of booking
- Points awarded in your TrueBlue account don't expire
- Earn and share points together with Family Pooling
- 50% savings on eligible inflight purchases like cocktails and food on JetBlue-operated flights
- ANNUAL FEE None
- BALANCE TRANSFER FEE 3% (min $5)
JetBlue Card's Additional Info
- MAX LATE FEE $37
- MAX PENALTY APR None
- GRACE PERIOD 23 days
- ONLINE RESPONSE Yes
RATE 26.24% (V)
FEE 5% (min $10)
TRANSACTION FEE None
- SMART CHIP Yes, chip-and-PIN
- No foreign transaction fees
- Chip technology & $0 Fraud Liability protection
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- Low-altitude initial bonus. The 10,000 bonus points that you’ll get for charging at least $1,000 to your JetBlue Mastercard within 90 days of account opening are worth about $145, according to WalletHub calculations. That offer is below average, among cards with bonuses in terms of points/miles (16,864) and above average for those providing cash back ($102.26).
- No annual fee. The fact that the JetBlue Credit Card does not charge an annual fee makes it rather unique among travel rewards credit cards. It also saves you $17 per year compared to the average credit card. But with that being said, paying an annual fee can sometimes enable you to earn a lot more than you would otherwise.
- Solid ongoing rewards. You will earn 3 points per $1 spent on JetBlue purchases, 2 points per $1 at restaurants and grocery stores, and 1 point per $1 on everything else. That equals 1.45% to 4.35% cash back, as JetBlue points are worth an average of $0.0145 apiece, according to WalletHub research. The average rewards cards, for context, provide 1.16 points/miles per $1 spent or 1.03% cash back. The JetBlue Card clearly has those benchmarks beat. Plus, you’ll save 50% on inflight purchases, including alcohol and movies.
- 0% rate that’s best left alone. The JetBlue Mastercard offers 0% interest on balance transfers for 12 months, which might seem like a great deal until you realize that more than 300 cards offer 0% intro rates for at least as long. Rather, 12 months is just a bit longer than average for a 0% transfer card (11 months). And it’s accompanied by an average balance-transfer fee, too: 3%. In other words, there are better ways to reduce the cost of existing debt.
- Potential for a very high APR. The JetBlue Credit Card has a regular APR that could be below the market average among cards for people with excellent credit or nearly twice as high, depending on your creditworthiness. Given that you need at least good credit for approval, and the average credit card for good credit has an 18.66% APR, many applicants are bound to overpay on interest if they carry a balance from month to month.
- You need good credit to climb aboard. The JetBlue Mastercard Credit Card requires good or excellent credit for approval. That disqualifies over half of all consumers, so make sure to check your credit score before submitting an application.
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Last updated on: September 5th, 2017 at 17:31
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