Get 15 Percent of Your TrueBlue Points Back When Booking an Award Ticket

G et 15 percent of your TrueBlue points back when booking an award ticket through Monday, November 14, 2016 at 11:59 Eastern Standard Time for flights operated by JetBlue Airways through Saturday, January 14, 2017 — but you must:

  • Register for the Happy Thanksgetting 2016 promotion in order to participate
  • Be a member in good standing of the TrueBlue frequent flier loyalty program; and
  • Book a new flight reservation, as this offer is not valid for either flights which have been previously booked or for changes to a flight which has been previously booked

Select Terms and Conditions

The appropriate amount of points will be re-deposited to the TrueBlue membership account used to book eligible travel approximately six weeks after Saturday, January 14, 2017.

In the event you cancel your reservation or change your reservation so that it no longer complies with the terms for this offer, you will not receive any TrueBlue frequent flier loyalty program points back.

This offer is limited to registered members of the JetBlue Airways TrueBlue frequent flier loyalty program who redeem award flight fares using TrueBlue points and is not valid in connection with monetary flight fares, taxes, fees, partner or code share or interline flights, JetBlue Getaways vacation packages, previously booked award flights, or any other product or service.

This offer cannot be partially redeemed; is not redeemable for cash; and has no cash value.

Other terms and conditions apply.


Note that there are no blackout dates pertaining to this promotion.

As this promotion was plastered all over BoardingArea yesterday, I thought I would treat this as a reminder rather than news — so if you have not yet participated in this promotion but want to do so, you only have until the end of Monday when this sale ends.

Photograph ©2015 by Brian Cohen.

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