JetBlue’s TrueBlue frequent flyer program continuously ranks among the nation’s best and for good reason. Not only is it family oriented, letting you “pool” your points towards that big family vacation, but the JetBlue Plus credit card by Barclay has some of the highest points earning potential of any airline rewards credit card. However, besides using the TrueBlue credit card for purchases and/or actually flying with JetBlue, there are other ways to earn TrueBlue miles. One of them is to simply shop at Amazon.
Earn TrueBlue Miles With Amazon
You can earn three JetBlue TrueBlue miles per eligible dollar spent at Amazon. Obviously, the first requirement for this is to have a TrueBlue account. No worries, they are absolutely free. Once you have an account, click here and follow the TrueBlue link to connect your Amazon account to your JetBlue account. From there, it’s business as usual. Please note that only items you add to your shopping cart within 24 hours of clicking the link will be eligible to earn TrueBlue miles. It does take at least 30 days for your points to be credited to your account.
Unfortunately, you can only take advantage of this offer using an actual web browser, not the Amazon app. In addition, these items are ineligible for earning points:
- Any product or service sold on a site linked to from the Amazon Site (e.g., a product or service listed through our “Product Ads” program or sold on a site linked to from a banner ad, sponsored link, or other link displayed on the Amazon Site);
- Any wireless service plan offered through the Amazon Site and not sold or fulfilled by Amazon;
- Any product, including games and other applications, sold through the Amazon Appstore for Android;
- Any product sold on fresh.amazon.com;
- Restaurant takeout;
- Any alcoholic beverage product;
- Any digital Kindle product purchased as a subscription (e.g., Kindle newspaper subscriptions, magazine subscriptions, blog subscriptions, etc.);
- Any free trial subscription
Also, taxes and costs for shipping and handling will not earn TrueBlue miles. Returned or cancelled items will result in the loss of the corresponding miles earned as well.
This is an amazing way to earn some TrueBlue miles, especially for frequent flyers at Amazon, like me. It’s absolutely free to use and 100 percent compatible with other points/miles earning strategies, such as MileagePlus X. In fact, using this TrueBlue offer in combination with Amazon gift cards purchased through the MileagePlus X app let’s you, essentially, “triple dip” on points. You’ll earn JetBlue TrueBlue and United MileagePlus miles, in addition to the credit card points for buying the Amazon gift card(s). Not a bad deal if you ask me.
Have you earned JetBlue TrueBlue miles through Amazon? How long exactly did it take you to have them credited to your account?