New Promo: Get 15% of Redeemed JetBlue Points Refunded!

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Great news for those who have a JetBlue award flight to book for travel from November 10, 2017 – February 14, 2018, as JetBlue has brought back a 15% points rebate for all who register for this offer! This will be in addition to the 10% of the points you get back by having the JetBlue Plus Card.

To get 15% of your redeemed points back first, register for this offer. Next, book your JetBlue award trip by November 14, 2017, for travel from today through February 14, 2018.

There are no blackout dates during the Thanksgiving and Winter Holidays!

Within four to six weeks of when the promo ends,15% of your redeemed points should be re-deposited in your JetBlue account. If you need to add some points to your JetBlue account to make an award booking, know that you can currently transfer points in at a 1:1 ratio from the Amex Membership Rewards program and cards like The Amex EveryDay® Credit Card thanks to a transfer bonus running through November 30, 2017 (normal ratio of 250: 200) and you can also transfer from the Citi ThankYou program with the current ratio being 1,000 ThankYou points = 800 JetBlue points.

While we are on the topic, there is a new semi-targeted but pretty widely available new great offer for the JetBlue Plus Card that awards 60,000 points with $1,000 in spending! If you are at all interested in JetBlue points, you should head to this Reddit thread to learn more about that offer. Not an affiliate link, just a heck of a deal!

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