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We love a great welcome bonus on travel credit cards here at TPG, so naturally we were thrilled when we got word of the 100,000-point offer on the JetBlue Plus card last month. The carrier’s TrueBlue program can offer a ton of value — if you know where to look.

That’s exactly what we’re doing on this week’s special edition of TPG Talks as part of Airlines Week at the 2020 TPG Awards. Join me and Richard Kerr, TPG’s Loyalty and Engagement Editor, as we take a deep dive into JetBlue TrueBlue while looking ahead to what 2021 looks like for the New York-based airline.

We’ll also be joined by a special guest: JetBlue’s Vice President of Loyalty and Personalization, Don Uselmann. Don has spent nearly 15 years with JetBlue, giving him incredible insight into everything past, present and future.

Date: Friday Nov. 20, 2020

Time: Noon Eastern Time / 9 a.m. Pacific Time

Location: Zoom webinar — Register here

Even if you can’t make the live session, be sure to register anyway. You’ll then automatically receive a link to the recording 24 hours after the session ends.



a car that is sitting on a desk: JetBlue Mint, the carrier’s fantastic business-class, can be yours using TrueBlue points. (Photo by Zach Griff/The Points Guy)


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JetBlue Mint, the carrier’s fantastic business-class, can be yours using TrueBlue points. (Photo by Zach Griff/The Points Guy)

Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, 2020 has been a busy year for JetBlue. It stunned the frequent flyer world when it announced a new partnership with American Airlines, and it also has added many new routes — including new Mint service from Newark (EWR) as well as flights to Montrose, CO (MJT), just in time for ski season. The carrier even opened a new base in Los Angeles (LAX) as it formally bid farewell to its former hub in Long Beach (LGB) — and its first Airbus A220-300 is scheduled for delivery next month.

If possible, 2021 could be even busier for JetBlue, as it hopes to launch the new link-up with AA and commence long-awaited flights to London in its new Airbus A321LR.

That means now is a great time to study up on the carrier’s TrueBlue loyalty program. From family pooling to earning points with Amazon.com while shopping in-flight to transferring points from American Express Membership Rewards, Chase Ultimate Rewards and Citi ThankYou Rewards, you have a plethora of ways to make the most of your TrueBlue points — especially if you apply for the JetBlue Plus card and snag the 100,000-point welcome bonus after meeting minimum spend requirements.

The information for the JetBlue Plus card has been collected independently by The Points Guy. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer.

READ MORE: How to maximize 100,000 JetBlue TrueBlue points in 2021

If you want to learn more about TrueBlue — and hear directly from the executive in charge of it — be sure to register for this Friday’s TPG Talks webinar. Registration closes when the session begins, so sign up now before it’s too late.

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TPG Talks is a series of live webinars hosted by team members from The Points Guy, covering various aspects of the travel, credit card and loyalty industries. Join from anywhere in the world on any device to learn tips and tricks that’ll get you closer to your next dream vacation.

For a list of previous sessions, visit our TPG Talks hub page, or click on any of the links below for individual recaps:

Featured photo by Zach Griff / The Points Guy

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