Another card with a big, new bonus! The JetBlue Business card has just seen a big bump to 50,000 points. Check out the details below to see if this should be your next airline credit card.
Big JetBlue 50,000 Point Offer on the JetBlue Business Card
Here are the details on the new JetBlue 50,000 point offer:
- Limited Time Offer: Earn 50,000 bonus points after spending $1,000 on purchases within the first 90 days
- 10% rebate on all points used
6X points on JetBlue purchases
2X points at restaurants and office supply stores and 1X points on all other purchases
- Free first checked bag for you and up to 3 companionson the same reservation when you use your card to book JetBlue-operated flights
- Earn 5,000 bonus points each year after your account anniversary
- Receive a 50% savings on eligible purchases of cocktails and food on JetBlue-operated flights
- Enjoy TrueBlue Mosaic benefits for one year after spending $50,000 or more on purchases each calendar year with your card
- Enjoy an annual $100 statement credit after purchasing a JetBlue Vacations package of $100 or more with your JetBlue Business Card
- Annual Fee: $99
Assessing the value of this offer is quite easy since JetBlue has their rewards tied to the price of the ticket. With the redemption value being around 1.5 cents per point, it is fair to look at this offer as having $750 in sign-up bonus value. However, you will pay the annual fee up front, so that comes down to actual value of $651.
But, it gets even a little more detailed since you will receive 5,000 points back with the rebate if you redeem them all. That means you are looking at another $75 in value. Come to think of it, maybe this isn’t “quite” easy assessing value to this offer! 🙂
At any rate, the sign-up bonus is a good one for anyone that likes to fly JetBlue. Some of the best redemption options are the cheaper flights so you could stretch that bonus even higher, say over $800-850. That is a pretty nice deal!
Just keep in mind that this card is issued by Barclays and they are not always the friendliest of issuers! Many people that would be eagerly accepted by other banks are denied by Barclays so if you have had good luck with them in the past, I would say to give it a go!
HT: Doctor of Credit
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