The new Barclaycard JetBlue cards are now open for applications! Back in February, I posted about the JetBlue transition from American Express to Barclaycard, and as of today, you can apply for one of these new cards. There are actually 4 cards, 3 of which are new. The fourth card is what American Express customers will receive and is not open to new applications at this time.
Details of the new Barclaycard JetBlue credit cards were announced today. JetBlue is ending their relationship with American Express and not only will Barclaycard be issuing the new credit cards, but they also purchased the American Express JetBlue portfolio. All American Express JetBlue cards will eventually be taken over by Barclaycard.
With all of the higher than normal signup bonuses lately with American Express cards that participate in the Membership Rewards program, and also with changes to some airline transfer partners, there has been a lot of discussion as to the best ways to use Membership Rewards points. In this series, we take a look at each one of the Membership Rewards transfer partners and discuss if you should use them, and how to best use them. Today we are going to look at Jet Blue.
Last month my Father flew from Los Angeles to Boston on Jet Blue. While my Father takes a couple trips a year, he is by no means a frequent traveler, nor does he peruse travel blogs and such. Upon his arrival in Boston he telephoned me while waiting for his Uber ride. The first words out of his mouth were, “I haven’t been on a plane with that much room in a long time.” That got me thinking, did Jet Blue really give him more space? So began the quest of finding the most spacious domestic economy airline seats. Continue reading Finding The Most Spacious Domestic Economy Airline Seats