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The JetBlue Card

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The JetBlue Card’s Rewards

5,000 points
Base Earn
1 point / $1
Max Earn
3 points / $1
  • Earn 5,000 bonus points after you spend $1,000 on purchases in the first 90 days.
  • Earn 3 points per $1 on JetBlue purchases, 2 points per $1 at restaurants and grocery stores and 1 point per $1 on all other purchases.
  • No blackout dates on JetBlue-operated flights & redeem for any seat, any time on JetBlue-operated flights. Points required for an Award Flight will vary based on the published base fare at the time of booking.
  • Points awarded in your TrueBlue account don't expire. Earn and share points together with Family Pooling.
  • 50% savings on eligible inflight purchases including cocktails, food and movies

The JetBlue Card’s Key APRs & Fees

Purchase Intro APR
Not Offered
Transfer Intro APR
0% for 12 months
Regular APR
12.24% - 25.24% (V)
    3% (min $5)

The JetBlue Card’s Additional Info

  • MAX LATE FEE   $37
  • GRACE PERIOD   23 days
    25.49% (V)
    5% (min $10)
  • SMART CHIP   Yes, chip-and-signature
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • Chip-card technology & $0 Fraud Liability protection
  • 0% introductory APR for first 12 billing cycles on balance transfers made within 45 days of account opening. After that a variable APR will apply, 12.24%, 20.24% or 25.24%, based on your creditworthiness.
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What credit score do you need to get a JetBlue card?

Photo of Card H.
May 3, 2016
You generally need “good” credit (i.e., a score above 660) to be eligible for this card. However, issuers consider more than just an applicant’s credit score when making approval decisions, including your income and existing debt obligations, so this can only be used as a guideline.

With that being said, knowing your credit score will give you a pretty good sense of which types of cards you can expect to be approved for, enabling you to more-efficiently target your application. You can check your score for free on our sister site WalletHub: . You’ll get daily updates to your credit score and credit report as well as 24/7 credit more
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Is this a pay in full card?

Photo of Card H.
Mar 24, 2016
No, it is not. However, If you pay your bill in full by the due date, you will not be assessed interest. If you carry a balance beyond your grace period, interest will begin to accrue on your existing balance as well as any new purchases that you make. In that scenario, you would have to pay your bill in full for two consecutive months to regain your grace period and stop interest charges.
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I canceled my card 6 months ago. Can I reapply?

Photo of Card H.
Mar 24, 2016
Yes, you certainly can. There’s no rule against reapplying for a card that you had in the past. For more information, you can give Barclays’ customer service department a ring at: 302-622-8990. Hope this helps.
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3.9 out of 5

278 reviews
Photo of Card H.
Jul 20, 2016
Here’s the bottom line: If you have good credit, fly regularly and tend to patron JetBlue (or could easily do so), you should give the JetBlue MasterCard a long, hard look.

For starters, there’s no annual fee, which is a somewhat unique feature among airline credit cards and limits the offer’s downside. What’s more, the card’s modest 10,000-point (~$126) initial bonus makes way to impressive ongoing rewards, in the form of 3 points per $1 in JetBlue purchases (equal to ~3.8% back), 2 points per $1 at restaurants and grocery stores (~2.5% back), and 1 point per $1 everywhere else (~1.3% back).

For more information, including how this offer compares to the more
Photo of Jeffrey G.
Jul 21, 2016
Ever since The Jet Blue switch from American Express to Barclay’s MasterCard, it has nothing but stupid problems. Last week they gave me a fraud alert for a $32 charge that my wife made on the internet from her I Pad, and this past Saturday night, she went to charge tickets for the theatre and to have her card was denied and after waiting 38 minutes on the phone with MasterCard, found out that they canceled her because of a $1 charge on iTunes. Do you think they could’ve given us an alert? I am giving an alert if MasterCard better clean up their act and communicate with their customers, more
Photo of Darryl D.
Apr 14, 2016
After Barclays MC sent several emails to my wife detailing specific purchases and transactions, I lodged a formal complaint as my wife is not an authorized user on my card (rather she has her own cards in her name) nor is her email information associated in any way with my legacy American Express JB rewards card (which was automatically converted to the Barclay's MC recently). I was outraged over this security breach and violation of trust/security and was met with general indifference and the unbelievable excuse of "It's not our fault, we simply rolled over the information supplied by American Express on this account" (which is an impossibility for the more
Photo of Daniella V.
Apr 11, 2016
Such an unorganized transition, and such terrible customer service, has led me to cancel the card, less than 1 month of having it. After having the JETBLUE AMEX card for 10 years I'm really upset about this transition.
Photo of John C.
Jun 17, 2015
Although the rewards are good, the high 15.24 APR and max APR of 29.24% are non starters. I have decent credit and my Capital One cards all have less than 5% fixed. Also, it would seem that you'd get stuck with using JetBlue, and that's another advantage to the other cards.
Photo of April R.
May 12, 2015
I really like all the rewards I see here! However, Capital One's Platinum Card has no balance transfer fee, and Jetblue's late fee is higher. Jetblue has enforces a max penalty APR, while ours does not. It is a little wierd that Capital One's Platinum Card cash advance rate is better than Jetblue's, although they have the same cash advance fee. I was disappointed to find out that Jetblue charges a foreign transaction fee, as my family likes to travel a lot and we depend on a card that does not charge us for foreign transactions.
Photo of Barry D.
May 25, 2016
According to the info above, they do NOT charge a foreign transaction fee.
Photo of Dan A.
Apr 24, 2015
I like that the JetBlue Card has no annual fee, and then a low annual fee after the first year. What I also like is that the interest rate seems to be a bit more fair than other cards. I've had cards with stores such as Sears and the interest skyrocketed after the first year to about 21%. The rewards you get from this card seem to be a lot better in comparison as well. It seems like having the ability to travel from rewards can outweigh cash-back at times because if you travel, these types of offers make it much more affordable.
Photo of Tyler K.
Apr 7, 2015
The JetBlue card was great when I was traveling all of the time. If you don't stay in one place for very long I would highly recommend this card. It seemed perfect for me and my family. The annual fee is annoying but the points add up quite quickly(depending on how you use it). But now that I don't travel as much the card has lost it's perks it seems though. All in all it's a pretty good card if you don't mind paying the annual fee and love to travel.
Photo of Barry D.
May 25, 2016
According to the information above, there is NO ANNUAL FEE to have the card.
Photo of Elizabeth M.
Mar 23, 2015
Recently, the nearest airport to me, Cleveland Hopkins, has opened up access to JetBlue airplanes and we have flown quite a times. This card seems perfect for what my family would like to do with air travel and rewards program. My AMEX Blue or Discover card doesn't offer the same incentives for air travel, nor does it offer 20,000 points for spending $1,000 in the first three months. This card will be great for our first vacation!
Photo of Jaron C.
Mar 6, 2015
This seems like the ultimate traveler's card, though the annual fee is unfortunate. If you like to travel, are able to pay off your balance in full every month and can manage your money effectively, this is a decent card. Most of the fees and rates (cash advance, foreign transaction fee, late fee, etc) are similar to cards that I use myself, such as the Chase Slate card. The APR on the JetBlue credit card is reasonable, and $40 in fees isn't terrible if you're planning on getting the most out of their promotions and point system. Otherwise, stay away.
Photo of Barry D.
May 25, 2016
Things may have changed since last year, but the information above indicates that there is NO ANNUAL FEE to have the JetBlue card.
Photo of John S.
Feb 18, 2015
This card is pretty good - the rewards are decent and the points add up, but my main problem is Jet Blue service in my area. It's hard for me to get a good flight out of my local airport on Jet Blue, so the Jet Blue Credit Card ended up not being a particularly good credit card for my specific needs. Besides that though I had no problems with it, I will just be switching to a card that serves an airline that more frequently flies to and from my local airport.
Photo of Skye L.
Dec 30, 2014
The JetBlue American Express Card is exceptional in my eyes. I like the fact that the late payment fee is not too much. I have used many of the CreditOne cards and I really hate that some cards from them are really high in their late fees. I was also using the CreditOne card overseas and the foreign gee was outrageous. I like that the fee is pretty low on this card. I plan to try this one out.
Photo of Linda T.
Dec 4, 2014
This is a great card for a frequent traveler, I don't like the fact that there is an annual fee of forty dollars, kind of offsets the rewards that you might earn. I also feel the interest rate is a bit high. I personally prefer Capital One because there is no annual fee, and if you pay on time for five months your maximum amount is raised. If your credit is not so good Capital One is the card for you, it will help rebuild your credit. The JetBlue card is good for people that have a good credit score and take advantage of the bonus points. I myself would more
Photo of Jon T.
Nov 21, 2014
Basic, penalty and cash advance interest rates are quite high. Bonus points are very good especially the 1 point per $1 purchase. Make interest rates more reasonable and this would be a great credit card.
Photo of Panache S.
Oct 31, 2014
The annual fee of $40 is steep. But the points rewarded on the other hand seem to be a pretty lucrative deal specially 1 point on $1 for any purchase. I would probably consider this card since most of my locations have an option to fly Jet Blue.
Photo of Kyle M.
Oct 1, 2014
The JetBlue credit card is a pretty good deal.You have a favorable rewards program, low rate for overseas use (great for travel), and the points are also amazing for flights.

One of the downsides is the interest rate is a little high but in this bracket of cards that's not too surprising.

If you're looking for an entry level card to build your credit and/or earn points while traveling (if you already are traveling, might as well gain some additional benefit out of it!) this is definitely a card to consider.
Photo of Robert P.
Sep 11, 2014
A great card to gain points towards your flights. The interest rate is high but in line other cards. If you pay off your balance each month it will be fine. Overall if your responsible the Jet Blue Credit Card is a great beginner card to build free miles.
Photo of Heather H.
Aug 18, 2014
This is a card that I would seriously consider. I love the Alaska Airlines card and this seems to be close to what it offers. The regular rate is slightly higher and you earn "True Blue" points which I am guessing is the same or similar to miles. I've heard great things about this airline so I would be tempted to apply for this one. The maximum penalty APR is VERY steep, at 27.24% wish is the highest that I have seen anywhere. As a travel nurse I would definitely appreciate the travel benefits such as car rental loss and damage insurance. I really like the fact that there are more
Photo of Chad C.
Aug 5, 2014
As someone who travels on a regular basis and loves to explore the world, this is the card for me. I have been looking for a card like this for a while and I think this is the perfect one. If you are someone that doesn't travel around a lot, then this card may not be for you. Nonetheless, it is still a useful credit card that anyone can use.
Photo of Mohammed I.
Jul 23, 2014
The JetBlue Credit Card is not for everyone. It is an excellent card for those who travel frequently on JetBlue, they will benefit from alot of discounts, rewards and a car rental loss and damage insurance. My Citi card doesn't have all these benefits for JetBlue. But on the other hand, I think it's not a good choice for a sedentary person not traveling frequently or someone who isn't a JetBlue customer. This card targets a narrow base of customers but not suitable for everyone.
Photo of Liz G.
Jul 14, 2014
I like that the JetBlue Credit Card gives you points for every dollar you spend with them plus additional points when you purchase Getaways! It makes it easy to earn points towards rewards because you get points for every purchase. I also like that there are no blackout dates unlike some Credit Cards. With other places, you may try to use your points on a certain time but they always black out any decent dates, unlike JetBlue. I also like that there is a 50% off credit for in flight movies and food!
Photo of Nick T.
Jul 8, 2014
I really like the Jet Blue credit card. It has a ton of benefits like car rental loss, damage insurance, a 24/7 hotline you can call, and so much other stuff. You can also access and ask questions about your account online, which is really useful. There's no annual fee for the first year, and it's $40 a year after that, which isn't that bad. All in all, it's a great card.
Photo of Tina M.
Jun 25, 2014
What I like most about JetBlue's offer is that it has really awesome rewards for travel. I currently have United's credit card and I've not been happy for a while with their fees and the return on reward for expenditures. I think they would do better with a lower interest rate as it's pretty high, but if you're careful and pay your full amount most months, like I do, the interest rate doesn't necessarily have to impact you. I think I'll be making a move to JetBlue!
Photo of Tim L.
May 23, 2014
Who doesn't like to travel? This Jet Blue Credit card is for me, it has great rewards for travel. It looks better than some of the other Airline cards and has a lower annual fee than United's. The annual fee and no low intro interest rate offer seem to be the only draw backs.
Photo of Agustin J.
Apr 10, 2014
If you're a frequent flyer then you need an airline card so you get points. The JetBlue Credit Card is one of the few that do not have any black out dates on any of their flights! Plus JetBlue is one of the best airlines out there! Plus anything that you purchase in flight with your card is 50% off. That is a great deal especially since most airlines charge an arm and a leg for any perks such as movies, snacks or cocktails.
Photo of Shalaeha M.
Feb 26, 2014
As someone who frequently travels, and does so with JetBlue, i think that this card is awesome to have. The interest rate is low, comparable to other airline credit cards, and there is no annual fee for the first year. It gives you time to see if you will be able to make use of the services they are offering. I think this is an all around great card for a traveler!
Photo of Andrew K.
Feb 11, 2014
This really seems like a great card for anyone who travels with any regularity. It has a relatively low interest rate, at least compared to other cards I've seen. Also, those JetBlue dollars will really add up, and starting you off with 20,000 points is a great jumping off point.
Photo of Sean P.
Jan 13, 2014
As others have stated before there are many other cards worthwhile to get unless you travel frequently. The JetBlue Credit Card exists for only a narrow subset of users and unless you travel often you will get little benefit from this. I would suggest instead that you look into the plethora of other options available that this site lists. If you are a business user though I think that you will find a lot of practical use for this if JetBlue is your favorite airline.
Photo of Scott M.
Dec 10, 2013
While this card may not be among the best offered, it certainly has it's merits. The American Express Jet Blue card does not have an annual fee, but the rewards aren't that great either. I could see a very small group of people who could benefit from the benefits of this card. If you are a business traveler who makes frequent trips on jetblue and then gets reimbursed by his employer, using this card will allow you to make maximum use of this card. Using this card to book directly through jetblue will give you the ability to get 8 points by booking through jetblue directly is awesome. You also more
Photo of Angel C.
Nov 29, 2013
Let me say this to start about the JetBlue Credit Card. I recently took a flight with JetBlue and saw first-hand people using this card to get discounts on alcoholic drinks and foods they got on the plane just because they had the card. It’s great that JetBlue partnered with American Express for this as getting 20,000 bonus points for spending your first $1000 is a great deal. American Express points can really go a long way to getting something worthwhile. It’d behoove anyone to not get this card if they fly JetBlue often and fly often in general. The perks of 8 points per dollar spent and 6 points more
Photo of David C.
Nov 27, 2013
The Jetblue credit card is a great card for me and might be for you too if you are a frequent customer. I travel many times a year across the country, and JetBlue is one of my favorite airlines relative to the other domestic airlines. I've received great perks and benefits from using this card on my travels, and I've racked up a ton of points with them. As long as you take a couple of flights a year with them, it's definitely worth having. There are signup offers every once in a while that are worth taking advantage for and keeping an eye on throughout the year. Although there more
Photo of Theshack O.
Nov 20, 2013
Wow this JetBlue Credit Card seems to be filled with all kinds of perks. I find that interesting. My Capital One card, my primary card for everyday use, is not as feature rich as this one is. I live in the mid west and travel frequently for both business (I'm self employed) and for pleasure with my family, especially over to the east coast. I could see how having this card would start to pay back rather quickly. I'm going to have my accountant look into this and see what her opinion of it is. I can easily see making this the new primary card for personal use, and perhaps more
Photo of Tina R.
Nov 17, 2013
What I like about the Jet Blue card is that it offers a lot of bonuses for people who travel a lot. However, the one thing I hate about it is that it's limited to travel with Jet Blue. The Chase Sapphire Preferred card gives you 2 times the points on all travel, no matter what airlines you fly with. Chase offers 40k bonus points when you spend $3000 in the first 3 months compared to Jet Blue that gives you 20k pts when you spend only $1000. Also the yearly fees for Jet Blue is a lot less than what Chase has ($45 vs. $95 from the 2nd year more
Photo of Adam H.
Nov 13, 2013
I'm not a fan of credit cards myself, but I would definitely consider getting this card. The main reason for this is travel. If you happen to be a frequent flyer then you will absolutely love this card. when it comes to free miles this card completely sweeps all others under the rug. This is probably because it's a JetBlue card. If you are interested in flying on the cheap with a good flight service then this card may be an essential part of your business kit.
Photo of David M.
Nov 7, 2013
The JetBlue Credit Card from American Express is absolutely ideal for those who travel frequently to and from a city with JetBlue service. The rewards are quite specific, but absolutely outstanding for those to whom they apply. Beyond the rewards, you also get the benefit of being on the American Express network and taking advantage of the benefits that come with all American Express accounts. A few negatives for this card include the annual fee which begins to be charged the second year. Another potential negative is the requirement of good to excellent credit in order to be approved for the card. JetBlue does not yet fly out of every more
Photo of Bambi J.
Nov 1, 2013
The JetBlue Credit Card from American Express is a great card for frequent travelers, especially those who, like myself, prefer to fly on JetBlue. You receive 6 points for each dollar you spend when booking directly on and 1 point for each $1 that you spend everywhere else. There are many opportunities to earn points in other ways, and if you use this card regularly, you can quickly rack up those reward flights. Compared to the Capital One Venture Rewards Card, the JetBlue Credit Card offers more rewards when signing up. You get twice as many reward points and the APRs are comparable, both around 15%. The one benefit more
Photo of Alexis B.
Oct 27, 2013
The JetBlue Credit Card is an awesome option for those who use JetBlue to travel often. Their initial bonus of 20,000 points for signing up is huge, and there is no annual fee for the first year (it's $40 per year after initial year). Their point system is basically 1 point/$1 spent as a base, and purchasing through JetBlue can increase those points up to 8 times. Compared to the Expedia credit card, this offers much more rewards! You can be eligible to receive 50% off select in-flight purchases such as movies, meals and cocktails with your Card too--the perks never seem to end!
Photo of Dallas H.
Oct 22, 2013
The JetBlue credit card is a decent credit card for travelers, but mainly only if you mostly travel by JetBlue airlines. The card features an astounding 20,000 point bonus after you spend $1000 within 3 months, and a $50 yearly bonus and bonus points for booking a JetBlue Getaways vacation package. Outside of that, you get 2 points per dollar on JetBlue services and 1 point per dollar everywhere else, and there is no limit on how many points you can earn. The APR is decent and compares to other airline credit cards, a little more than 15 percent. However, there is a $40 annual fee, but it is waived more
Photo of Abby L.
Oct 16, 2013
The jet blue credit card is a good credit card for traveling. They give you a $50 statement credit card every year if you purchase their jet blue getaway package. Sometimes they have a sale on those getaways, so getting the package in a lower price PLUS the $50 statement credit is not a bad deal. Use this credit card if you want to travel a lot and it is nice that they include travel accident insurance. With this, you don't have to worry about paying for the extra insurance that most car companies will charge you. Nice credit card for traveling.
Photo of Alex S.
Oct 11, 2013
The JetBlue credit card is a great card, especially for all travelers. I love how easy it is to gain points, and thus, rewards as well. If you use JetBlue a lot or like the airline, this card is for you! If not, then it may not be. Since I don't mind traveling JetBlue, I find this card pretty useful. I love getting 8% back on flights, but recently I've been traveling less and less, so this card isn't as as frequently. Use this card if you know you will be traveling constantly. I'll give this 4/5, losing one star because it's pretty limited in how you can use it more
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