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JetBlue Credit Card Review

The JetBlue Card2
Card Category: Consumer
Card Type: Unsecured
Credit Needed: Excellent/Good Credit
Card Rating:
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Barclaycard provides variety of different cards (JetBlue Card, Priceline Rewards, Choice Privileges, etc.) to their customers offering everyday benefits, bonus points, cash back and entertainment discounts. At the beginning of 2016 Barclaycard and the American Airline JetBlue came hand in hand to provide their customers with a co-branded credit card. This card gives access to the loyalty program called TrueBlue to facilitate the process of earning JetBlue points on credit card purchases towards reward flights.

JetBlue Credit Card Details


  • Earn 5,000 bonus points after you spend $1,000 on purchases in the first 90 days. 93
  • Earn 3 points per $1 on JetBlue purchases, 2 points per $1 at restaurants and grocery stores and 1 point per $1 on all other purchases. 93
  • No blackout dates on JetBlue-operated flights & redeem for any seat, any time on JetBlue flights. Points required for an Award Flight will vary based on the published base fare at the time of booking. 93
  • Points awarded in your TrueBlue account don't expire. 93
  • Earn and share points together with Family Pooling. 93


Max. Rewards: Earn 3 points per $193
Sign-up Bonus: Earn 5,000 bonus points after you spend $1,000 on purchases in the first 90 days93


Purchase Intro APR: N/A93
Purchase Regular APR: 12.24%, 20.24% or 25.24% variable93
Cash Advance Fee: 5%, Minimum $1093
Cash Advance Regular APR: 25.49% Variable93
Balance Transfer Intro APR: 0% (45 days days of account opening)93
Balance Transfer Regular APR: 12.24%, 20.24% or 25.24% variable93
Balance Transfer Fee: 3%93
Annual Fee: $093

JetBlue Card Benefits

The JetBlue card has several advantages. The TrueBlue program gives you freedom to travel any time with the airline because there are no blackout dates. You can redeem for any seat you want within the JetBlue operated flights. In addition, your TrueBlue points will never ever expire. You also can make the Family Pooling to earn or redeem the points together with family members. The best part of the JetBlue card is the no annual fee feature. You can get 3X points on JetBlue flights, 2X points when you enjoy meal at restaurants or buy grocery at stores; and all other purchases earn 1X points. If you spend $1000 on purchases in first 90 days your will be awarded with 5000 bonus points in addition to regular points rewards. If you want to enjoy a movie or cocktail on board, as a cardholder you will get 50% off on all items. There are no transaction fees for shopping abroad and you are fully protected against any kind of unauthorized access to your card.

JetBlue Card Drawbacks

Nothing in the world comes without disadvantages, so the jetBlue card. Even though there are no blackout dates on the airline flights, you won't be able to redeem earned points with other airlines. JetBlue has few alliances and earned points can't be transferred, which results in fewer destinations and redemption options.
Another thing you may expect from an airline credit card but won't find it on the JetBlue card is priority boarding and free checked bags.

Contact Information


You can call dedicated customer service at 1-866-928-8598.

And if you are calling internationally you can use this number: 1-302-255-8888
You can also send a fax at 1-866-823-8178

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Good rewards program. Love getting your points back when redeeming and 50% off in flight purchases. I travel Jet blue all the time. I have the $99 annual fee version and its earning potential is much better. Love, love.
Excited but...
I really only fly Jetblue and used to have an Amex card but they switched it over to a Mastercard. The customer service is worse now - I asked for billing statements and had to wait for nearly a month. But 50% off in flight purchases worth it.