JetBlue Business Card: 80K point welcome offer with $99 statement credit

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Barclays has a new (and quite improved) offer out on the JetBlue Business Card, awarding 80,000 TrueBlue points and a $99 statement credit after spending $2K in the first 90 days.

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The Offers & Key Card Details

Card Offer and Details
Up to 60K Miles ⓘ Non-Affiliate
Up to 60K miles: 50K bonus miles after spending $4K in first 90 days + additional 10K miles after a purchase is made on an employee card in the first 90 days
$99 Annual Fee
FM Mini Review: This card is almost identical to the JetBlue Plus card except that this one offers Group A boarding and earns 2X at office supply stores rather than grocery stores. Both cards are great choices for JetBlue flyers.
Earning rate: ✦ 2X restaurants and office supply stores ✦ 6X JetBlue ✦ 1X everywhere else
Base: 1X (1.33%)
Dine: 2X (2.66%)
Office: 2X (2.66%)
Brand: 6X (7.98%)
Card Info: Mastercard 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 ✦ Group A boarding ✦ 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 JetBlue Business card’s welcome offer was previously 70,000 points after $2,000 within the first 90 days. This offer is significantly better, as it raises the bonus to 80,000 points after the same $2K in spend and then throws in a $99 statement credit that effectively wipes out the first year’s annual fee. This vaults the JetBlue Business into the top ten for business cards on our Best Offers page.

I know several folks who fly JetBlue often and spend quite a bit on this card in order to obtain Mosaic status. There is also a 5,000 point yearly anniversary bonus as well as a 10% rebate on reward redemptions and a free checked bag, so it can be worthwhile to keep the card for folks who use the airline frequently. For the rest of us, it will most likely be banished to the sock drawer after making the initial $2,000 spend.

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