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JetBlue (1,000 miles)

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JetBlue is a US airline with service within the US, Bermuda, the Caribbean and several other destinations in South America and Latin America. The airline’s hub is John F. Kennedy International Airpo...
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JetBlue is a US airline with service within the US, Bermuda, the Caribbean and several other destinations in South America and Latin America. The airline’s hub is John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, where it operates flights out of Terminal 5. JetBlue also has a large presence at Boston Logan Airport.

In addition to Coach, JetBlue offers a First Class premium cabin product, Mint, available on flights between New York and Los Angeles as well as between New York and San Francisco. Mint class features lie-flat seats, free food and liquor and adjustable partitions for privacy.


Using Points

You can use points to cover the base fare of any JetBlue flight. Point values for award flights depend on the particular flight or package, the destination and the travel season. One-way award flights start at 3,500 points. Below you'll find the minimum number of points needed (as of July 2015) to cover a round-trip flight on six of JetBlue's most popular routes:

RouteLowest calculated round-trip cost (in points)
Long Beach, California - Las Vegas 9,600
Boston - Newark, New Jersey7,800
Las Vegas - New York25,600
Boston - Las Vegas28,600
Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Boston16,600
Boston - Fort Myers, Florida16,100

The calculated costs shown above are based on booking searches conducted by U.S. News in July 2015. We analyzed 12 of each airline's highly trafficked routes within three round-trip mileage categories: short domestic, medium domestic and long for three different round-trip dates between July and September. 

You can also use a combination of points and monetary payment to pay for JetBlue Getaways vacation packages, or use points to cover the cost of flights on Hawaiian Airlines. Additionally, points can be put toward magazine subscriptions, including Vogue and TIME

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