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JetBlue is now part of Capital One®'s transfer program, making the carrier Capital One®'s 15th travel partner. This move means that cardholders with credit cards, like the and the , can transfer miles to JetBlue. And to sweeten the deal people can also get a 50% bonus when they transfer miles, as long as they make their transfer between now and May 31.
This partnership ups the ante for cardholders because normally when they transfer miles to the TrueBlue program, JetBlue's rewards program, they do so at a 2 to 1 ratio. This means that for every 1000 Capital One® miles they transfer over to TrueBlue they usually end up with 500 points to use with the carrier, but now with this bonus offer in play, they get 750 miles.
The personal cards that earn Capital One® miles
Individuals looking for a Capital One® card have a few to choose from, and they offer bonuses too. The comes with 50,000 bonus miles, as long as they spend $3,000 on purchases within 3 months from account opening. They also earn unlimited double points on all purchases. There is no annual fee with this card for the first year, but once the year is up they will have to pay a $95 annually for this card.
On the other hand with the people earn 1.25 miles for every dollar they spend. New cardholders also get 20,000 bonus miles with a $1,000 spend on purchases within 3 months from account opening. There is no annual fee for this card.
The Capital One® Business cards
The is a business card offering cardholders 1.5x miles per dollar they spend, 5X miles on hotel and rental car bookings through Capital One TravelSM using their card, and a 20,000-mile bonus when spending $3,000 with their new card during the first 3 months. There is no annual fee for this card.
Then there is the offering 2x miles on all purchases and 5X miles on hotel and rental car bookings through Capital One TravelSM using the card. Moreover cardholders can get a bonus of 50,000 miles after spending $4,500 during the first 3 months of account opening. Is there an annual fee for this credit card? For the first year it is waived after that point there is a $95 annual fee.