Chase Card Services Welcomes JetBlue TrueBlue As Its Newest Rewards Partner
Loyal JetBlue customers have another reason to use Chase credit cards: the banking giant and credit card issuer has announced that the JetBlue TrueBlue loyalty program is the newest Chase Ultimate Rewards partner, and cardholders will now be able to redeem their reward points for travel on the airline.
JetBlue offers over a thousand flights each day to more than a hundred destinations. Monique Mammoli, director of loyalty and partnerships at JetBlue, said the airline is continuing to add more value for their TrueBlue members.
“We’re delighted to welcome Ultimate Rewards and its members to our award-winning TrueBlue program. Ultimate Rewards offers a generous and simple one-to-one point transfer program, allowing members to enjoy JetBlue flights even faster.”
Flying in comfort, with great value
“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 inflight experience,” said Chase’s head of Ultimate Rewards and loyalty solutions, Lorraine Hansen.
Travelers enjoy JetBlue’s complimentary brand-name snacks and drinks, free high-speed Wi-Fi on flights, and DirecTV and movies at every seat. And based on the average for U.S. airlines, JetBlue seats offer the most legroom of any coach section.
Folks with a Chase Sapphire Reserve card, a Chase Sapphire Preferred card, or an Ink Business Preferred card can transfer Chase Ultimate Reward points to their TrueBlue account in increments of 1,000 points. One Ultimate Rewards point is worth one TrueBlue point, so they don’t lose any value in the transfer.
The points don’t expire, and there are no blackout periods. Points can be used toward any seat, including seats in JetBlue’s premium section, Mint.
Chase offers a variety of rewards
For those who don’t find themselves traveling as frequently, Chase Ultimate Rewards points can also be used toward other things. Besides travel, Ultimate Rewards can be redeemed for experiences, gift cards, statement credits, cash back, and merchandise.
Redeeming Chase Ultimate Rewards is easy through the online portal at www.ChaseUltimateRewards.com. Close to half of all households in the U.S. use some service from Chase, from personal banking, to credit cards, to mortgages and auto financing. There are 5,100 Chase branches across the country, and 16,000 Chase ATMs. With so many offerings, Chase truly has something for everyone.
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