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Earn Extra JetBlue Points With Airport Purchases

by joeheg

There are several programs available where you can earn extra points for shopping at airports. Most recently, Boston Logan Airport began offering a program called BOS Rewards where you can earn points for purchases at their airport, along with many other airports around the country. The points you earn can be used to fund a prepaid gift card or even transferred to the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan program.

While these programs usually run independently from other loyalty programs, I just learned of one that’s directly tied to an airline. JetBlue now offers the chance to earn points with the Airport Rewards program.

Like other programs, you have to link a credit card to the website to earn points. When you use your card at a participating establishment, you’ll earn rewards. The big difference here is that the points you earn will be directly deposited into your TrueBlue account with JetBlue.

As an additional bonus, JetBlue cardmembers earn 2 points per eligible $1 spent at participating airport merchants when they link and spend with their JetBlue Barclays card and JetBlue Banco Popular Puerto Rico card.

According to the FAQ, the points earned through the program are in addition to the points you’d usually earn with your credit card. I can’t confirm this but since the JetBlue Plus card already earns 2X points at restaurants, it could be possible to earn 4X points at airport restaurant locations if you link your JetBlue card with Airport Rewards.

You can earn points at Salt Lick in Austin Airport.

Or you can have a meal at One Flew South in Atlanta Airport.

Or at Cask and Larder at Orlando Airport

While there have been several ways to earn rewards for airport purchases, it looks like JetBlue Airport Rewards might be your best bet if you have a JetBlue co-brand credit card.

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