Update: TRIPLE the Normal Sign-Up Bonus for This JetBlue Card
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Yesterday I told you that the Barclaycard JetBlue Card sign-up bonus had doubled to 10,000 JetBlue points.
Now, via Miles to Memories, the offer has increased again! And you can earn 15,000 JetBlue points after spending $1,000 within 90 days of account opening.
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Barclaycard JetBlue Card Now With a 15,000 Point Sign-Up Bonus
Link: Barclaycard JetBlue Card
The standard sign-up bonus for the no annual fee Barclaycard JetBlue Card is 5,000 JetBlue points. So 15,000 JetBlue points is an excellent deal!
JetBlue points are worth ~1.4 cents each. So this 15,000 point sign-up bonus is worth ~$210 in JetBlue flights.
As a reminder, the card also comes with:
- 3X JetBlue points per $1 you spend on JetBlue purchases
- 2X JetBlue points per $1 you spend at restaurants and grocery stores
- 1 JetBlue point per $1 you spend everywhere else
- 50% discount on eligible in-flight purchases like cocktails, food, and movies
- NO annual fee
Million Mile Secrets readers like JetBlue because there are NO blackout dates on their award flights. If a seat is available, you can use JetBlue points for the ticket. And the price of JetBlue award flights are tied to the cash price of a ticket. So when JetBlue has a sale, the award price also drops!Note: This is NOT a good card for folks new to miles & points. Because there are other cards that offer bigger sign-up bonuses and earn more flexible points.
That’s 3 times higher than the normal sign-up bonus. So if you’ve been thinking about opening this card, now is a great time!
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