Barclays JetBlue Plus Card: Improved 70K TrueBlue points welcome offer


Barclays has an improved offer out for the JetBlue Plus Card, awarding a total of 70,000 TrueBlue points after spending $1K in the first 90 days. This link is an inflight offer, so it requires a “promo code.” Any 5-digit number (like 00000) will work.

The Offers & Key Card Details

For more information about these cards and to find a link to apply, click the card names below to go to our dedicated Frequent Miler page for each card.

Card Offer and Details
70K miles after $1K in spend in 90 days and payment of annual fee. Application requires a promo code. Any five digit number (like 00000) will work.
$99 Annual Fee
Recent better offer: Expired 9/22: 80K after $1K spend in 90 days
FM Mini Review: Frequent JetBlue travelers should seriously consider this card for its terrific perks. The combination of the 10% rebate on awards and the annual 5,000 point bonus make this card a keeper.
Earning rate: 2X restaurants and grocery ✦ 6X JetBlue ✦ 1X everywhere else
Base: 1X (1.33%)
Dine: 2X (2.66%)
Grocery: 2X (2.66%)
Brand: 6X (7.98%)
Card Info: Mastercard World Elite issued by Barclays. This card has no foreign currency conversion fees.
Big spend bonus: Earn 1 tile for every $1,000 in purchases.
Noteworthy perks: ✦ Free checked bag ✦ 5000 bonus points every anniversary ✦ 10% point rebate on awards ✦ $100 statement credit w/ purchase of travel package ✦ 50% savings on in-flight purchases

Quick Thoughts

The current JetBlue Plus offer is 60,000 points after $1,000 in spend. This version is significantly better, as it raises the bonus to 70,000 points after the same $1K in spend (and after paying the annual fee). This is one of the better offers we’ve seen for the JetBlue Plus card since an 80,000 point offer that expired last year.

I know several folks who fly JetBlue often and spend quite a bit on this card in order to obtain Mosaic status. The card also offers a 5,000 point yearly anniversary bonus, a 10% rebate on reward redemptions and a free checked bag, so it can be worthwhile to keep the card for those who use the airline frequently.

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