JetBlue customers can look forward to receiving some Amazon packages at their front doors in the future. The two brands have come together to give members of the TrueBlue program opportunities to earn mileage points every time they make online purchases at Amazon.com. For those who are unfamiliar, TrueBlue is JetBlue's popular loyalty program for travelers. It offers a variety of bonuses and rewards that allow members to earn and share points without blackout dates.
Also, this isn't the first time Amazon and JetBlue have teamed up to deliver some amazing perks for their customers. Amazon Prime members already enjoy unlimited streaming entertainment on JetBlue flights. The newest collaboration is designed to cater to the lifestyle needs of travelers to make shopping more worthwhile for them. Below, we at GET.com share with you more on how you can start earning triple points. It's easy, we promise!
How To Earn TrueBlue Points
TrueBlue members can earn three points per every eligible dollar spent whenever they shop on Amazon.com after signing into their TrueBlue accounts. All items that are entered into a cart within 24 hours of clicking on the unique link provided will be eligible to earn TrueBlue points.
Also, TrueBlue members can shop on Amazon no matter whether they are on the ground or while using free Fly-Fi access during flights. Prices for products will be the same whether you're accessing Amazon via Fly-Fi or through the TrueBlue website.
It's important to note that the offer is not valid for those shopping online using mobile devices at this time. TrueBlue points will be credited to your TrueBlue account within 60 days after your purchase has been shipped. Bear in mind that points cannot be applied to cover costs related to shipping or taxes. Additionally, points will be removed from your account for any cancelled or refunded orders.
Some More Important Details To Note
JetBlue and Amazon are offering a really great perk for TrueBlue members because earning points is as simple as shopping for the things you need. However, there are some small stipulations that must be taken into consideration as you hunt for qualifying purchases:
- Points can only be earned when purchasing products directly from Amazon.com.
- Products and services that are linked through product ads or sponsored links won't qualify.
- Wireless service plans are excluded from this promotion.
- Purchases made from the Amazon Appstore are also excluded.
- You also won't be able to earn points when purchasing alcoholic beverages, Kindle subscriptions or trial subscriptions.
One More Reason To Consider Joining TrueBlue
JetBlue and Amazon couldn't have announced their points partnership at a better time. Travelers can now use their flying time to purchase last-minute holiday gifts and have them shipped directly to recipients. Every qualifying purchase you make will lead to TrueBlue mileage. This might be a great time to finally make the commitment if you've been considering joining the TrueBlue program to earn mileage and other perks.
You definitely have a lot to gain if you already do a heavy percentage of your shopping through Amazon. Earning three points for every dollar you spend on Amazon.com could help to cover a lot of your future miles for free.
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