JetBlue’s TrueBlue loyalty program is now a Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partner, so Chase cardholders can now use their points to book seats on JetBlue, whether they are headed to New York City, Miami or some exotic locale. This means that cardholders now have access to more than a thousand JetBlue flights every day, going to over one hundred destinations.
The new partnership between Chase and JetBlue up’s cardholders reach in terms of airline and hotel loyalty programs bringing the number of programs they can now take advantage of up to thirteen. When moving points over to the TrueBlue rewards program they get a 1:1 point transfer ratio, which means that one Chase Ultimate Rewards point is worth one TrueBlue point.
“We’re delighted to welcome Ultimate Rewards and its members to our award-winning TrueBlue program. Ultimate Rewards offers a generous and simple 1:1 point transfer program allowing members to enjoy JetBlue flights even faster,” said Monique Mammoli, Director of Loyalty & Partnerships, JetBlue.
What credit cards let people earn Chase Ultimate Rewards points? The list includes the Ink Business Preferred, Chase Sapphire Reserve and Chase Sapphire Preferred, as well as others.
People with a TrueBlue account can now transfer their Ultimate Rewards points into their account. If they don’t have one, they can easily set one up via the website and use their points to fly with JetBlue.
How many points can they transfer? Cardholders can transfer points in increments of 1,000 points. TrueBlue points have no expiration date and can be used for any seat people want to book. There are also no blackout dates with this program.
TrueBlue also gives families the option to pool their points, this way they can earn, share and use points together.
“We are excited to add the TrueBlue program to our point transfer family giving customers the option to use Ultimate Rewards points to enjoy JetBlue’s award-winning service and in-flight experience,” said Lorraine Hansen, Head of Ultimate Rewards and Loyalty Solutions at Chase.
“Cardmembers can transfer points to TrueBlue at full value, making it easy to redeem for flights, including seats in Mint, JetBlue’s refreshing take on premium travel,” she added
People looking to register for the TrueBlue loyalty program can check out this website.