Have the Southwest Companion Pass? Get JetBlue Elite Status Free!

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Via RedditJetBlue will elevate you to their Mosaic elite status if you have the Southwest Companion Pass.  Or if you have airline status such as American Airlines Platinum, Delta Gold, or United Airlines Gold.

With JetBlue Mosaic you won’t get charged for flight cancellations or changes.  And you’ll get 2 checked bags free, expedited security clearance, complimentary alcohol on flights, and more!

Have The Southwest Companion Pass Get JetBlue Elite Status Free
Enjoy Free Checked Bags & Flight Changes, Faster Security Lines, and More When You’re Matched to JetBlue Mosaic Status! JetBlue Flies Beyond the US to the Caribbean and Central & South America, Including Cancun

Normally to earn Mosaic status, you’d have to spend thousands of dollars on JetBlue flights!

Match to JetBlue Mosaic for Free Flight Changes, Free Bags, Early Boarding, & More

Link:   JetBlue Mosaic Status Match

Link:   JetBlue Mosaic Status Perks

Here’s JetBlue’s page with the full details of the Mosaic status match.  Upload proof of your status with another airline from their list and you’ll fly JetBlue with a smile for the rest of 2016!  (From the on-board alcohol.  Because you’ll save time and money with the perks.) 🙂

Folks who earn Mosaic status by spending money on flights get 15,000 bonus JetBlue points.  Unfortunately, you will NOT earn those points through this status match deal.  Drat!

You’ll also have an opportunity to earn Mosaic status through 2017.  But you’ll have to spend over $1,000 on JetBlue flights within 90 days.

Let me know in the comments or on Twitter when JetBlue matches your status!

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