JetBlue Card

JetBlue Card

JetBlue Card

JetBlue Card

JetBlue Card

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Card details

  • Earn 10,000 bonus points after spending $1,000 on purchases in the first 90 days

  • Earn 3X points on eligible JetBlue purchases, 2X points at restaurants and eligible grocery stores and 1X points on all other purchases

  • Points awarded in your TrueBlue account don't expire

  • 50% inflight savings on cocktails and food purchases

  • No foreign transaction fees

Rates, fees & offers

  • Annual fee

    $0

  • Rewards rate

    1x-3x

  • Bonus offer

    Earn 10,000 bonus points after spending $1,000 on purchases in the first 90 days.

  • Intro APR

    0% intro APR on Balance Transfers for 12 months

  • Ongoing APR

    APR: 15.99% - 24.99% Variable APR

    Cash Advance APR: 25.24%, Variable

  • Balance transfer fee

    3%

  • Foreign transaction fee

    None

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Annual Fee

$0

Annual Fee

$95

Annual Fee

$0 intro for the first year, then $95

Regular APR

15.99% - 24.99% Variable APR

Regular APR

15.99% - 22.99% Variable APR

Regular APR

13.99% - 23.99% Variable APR

Rates & Fees

Intro APR

0% intro APR on Balance Transfers for 12 months

Intro APR

N/A

Intro APR

0% intro APR on Purchases for 12 months

Recommended Credit Score
Recommended Credit Score
Recommended Credit Score

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NerdWallet review

By Sara Rathner

Rating details

3.5

Editor's overall rating

Pros and cons

Pros
  • High rewards rate in certain categories

  • Intro APR period on balance transfers

  • No annual fee and no foreign transaction fees

  • Discounts on select in-flight purchases

Cons
  • Low rewards rate on most spending

  • No travel credits

  • No redemption bonus (unlike other JetBlue cards)

  • No anniversary bonus (unlike other JetBlue cards)

The JetBlue Card has potential for loyal JetBlue customers who may be true to TrueBlue — the airline's frequent flyer program — but who aren't interested in paying an annual fee. But it lacks the benefits of other airline cards, like free checked bags and a large enough sign-up bonus to cover the cost of a round-trip flight.

Still, the JetBlue Card, issued by Barclays, earns elevated rewards both on JetBlue purchases and in some everyday spending categories. It also offers deep discounts on in-flight purchases.

If your main priority is a no-fee airline card and you’re a frequent JetBlue flyer, this card could be a good fit. But if you’re willing to pay a fee in exchange for more premium perks, you have other options.

For more information, see NerdWallet’s full review of the JetBlue Card.