If you’re a frequent flyer, The JetBlue Card offers a solid way to earn and spend rewards points.
What to Like
With The JetBlue Card, cardholders get 3 points for every dollar spent on JetBlue purchases and 2 points for each dollar spent at restaurants and grocery stores. Sweetening the deal, cardholders also get 50% off on eligible in-flight purchases and there’s no annual fee. Points can be redeemed for JetBlue-operated flights with no blackout dates and no expiration.
Look Out For
Generally, The JetBlue Card requires good to excellent credit for approval. There’s also a 3%, minimum $5 fee for balance transfers. Finally, the rewards program is centered on JetBlue purchases, so if you live in an area that’s not well-served by JetBlue it might not be the best choice for you.