Update: Earn Up to 6,000 Bonus JetBlue Points With This Deal!

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Yesterday, I let you know about how you can earn up to 6,000 bonus JetBlue points for flights in and out of New York.  Now, via Deals We Like, we learned that the deal includes include Boston, too!

The more flights you take, the more bonus points you’ll earn.

JetBlue Boston Promotion
Take a Trip to Boston This Summer and Earn Bonus JetBlue Points With This Deal!

Here are the details.

Earn Bonus Points for Boston Flights

Link:   JetBlue’s Boston Promotion

Similar to yesterday’s JetBlue offer, you can earn up to 6,000 JetBlue points for taking one-way or round-trip flights into or out of Boston airports.  Including Boston Logan International Airport and Worcester Regional Airport.

To earn the bonus, you must register and fly by July 23, 2017.

The more you fly, the more you’ll earn:

  • Fly one round-trip OR 2 one-way flights, earn 1,000 bonus JetBlue points
  • Fly a second round-trip OR 2 more one-way flights, earn another 2,000 bonus JetBlue points
  • Fly a third round-trip OR 4 more one-way flights, earn an additional 3,000 bonus JetBlue points

JetBlue points are worth ~1.4 cents each, so if you maximize the deal, you’d earn ~$84 in JetBlue airfare (6,000 JetBlue points x ~1.4 cents per point).

If you’re already planning to fly in or out of Boston during the promotion period, this deal might make sense for you!

Bottom Line

You can earn up to 6,000 bonus JetBlue points for qualifying flights to and from 2 Boston airports.  To qualify, you need to register for the promotion and fly by July 23, 2017.

This is similar to yesterday’s deal for flights to and from New York City.

It only takes a second to register for each deal.  You never know when you’ll have an unexpected trip!

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