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15% back on JetBlue points flights gets you an almost 1:1 Amex to JetBlue transfer

by on Thu June 15, 2017 • No Comment

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  • Use this link to register through Monday, June 19
  • Book your flight through Monday, June 19
  • Flights you book need to be completed by July 31
  • You’ll get the points back 4 – 6 weeks after July 31

JetBlue points are generally tied to the cost of a ticket in cash, and since they roll up some of the taxes and fees in the points price, you get more leverage booking flights that are really cheap in cash than those that are more expensive.

Here are some good prices right now for travel in July…

Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale in Mint Business Class for 33,700 points, getting you 5,055 points back, for a net cost of 28,645 points.


New York to Boston for 3,500 points, getting you 525 points back, for a net cost of 2,975 points.


Long Beach to Oakland for 2,800 points, getting you 420 points back, for a net cost of 2,380 points.


Amex points transfer to JetBlue at a rate of 1,000 Amex points = 800 JetBlue points. When you use those points to book with this promotion you’ll get 120 points back, making your 1,000 Amex points effectively net you 920 JetBlue points, getting you almost to an even 1:1 transfer rate.





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