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NotiFlyer :: Late-Breaking News
Late-Breaking Program News JetBlue, Amex put an end to expiring points
(Posted: Aug 17, 2006)

American Express and JetBlue Airways have a fix for what many see as JetBlue's frequent flyer Achille's heel - expiring points.

Effective immediately, holders of the Amex JetBlue card can automatically extend the life of their TrueBlue points by 12 months each time they purchase $200 or more on the card, or use the card to purchase JetBlue travel, before current points expire.

Currently, only JetBlue card holders have the ability to extend TrueBlue point expiration dates. ?

Judy Teeven, Vice President, Strategic Alliances and Cobrands for American Express has said that as part of the launch of the new benefit, all card holders have automatically had the expiration date of their current points pushed back to Aug. 17, 2007.

Interested members can visit http://www.jetbluecard.com or call 1-877-2JETBLUE for more information.



Previous comments:

ann bialy
posted: Feb 13, 2008 at 4:04am (MT)

I find your award dollars program very confusing.
Could you just tell me how many points I have.
How many more points do I need for a flight?

Why don't you use dollar amounts like other companies?

Thank you for a reply





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