I applied for this card a little over 2wks ago and got a need more time to review response... so I went online to check app status and saw that I was denied due to too many inquires and new acct (I'd just opened a AMEX Blue and Chase Freedom). I understood and walked away. Last night I read online to try the reconsideration line. I called and explain that although I have the new accounts with AMEX & Chase, I opened them to strengthen my credit profile... however, I travel Jetblue all the time!!! I further explained that I have a 100% on time payment history, all accounts are in good standing and that I make sure that my utilization is below 30%. The rep agreed and approved my world mastercard with an initial $3k limit. Hopefully they increase often and the limit will be raised within a few months. I'm just happy to have it as I frequent Jetblue, it will be great to get 3x the points on travel, 2x on groceries ansmd restaurants and 1pt on other purchases... plus the 50% off in flight purchases!!!
ADDITIONAL RATINGS YOU MIGHT FIND HELPFUL
- Balance Transfer Intro APR 0%* intro for 12 Billing Cycles on balance transfers made within 45 days of account opening
- Balance Transfer Regular APR 12.49%, 20.49% or 25.49%* Variable
- Annual Fee $0
- Purchase Intro APR Not Applicable
- Purchase Regular APR 12.49%, 20.49% or 25.49%* Variable
If you’re a frequent flyer, The JetBlue Card offers a solid way to earn and spend rewards points.
What to Like
With 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, 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.
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This is literally the worst customer experience I've ever had. It used to be an Amex (which I had set up on Autopay), then they switched it over to a Mastercard, while giving no notice that the switch would also break autopay. I went 90 days late (purely because they didn't provide notice) and they dinged my credit rating, were very rude and unapologitic, and then didn't cancel my card after they "confirmed" that they did. Awful and fradulent.
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