How to Transfer JetBlue Points to American Airlines

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How to Transfer JetBlue Points to American Airlines

In 2011, JetBlue launched a member-to-member points transfer program. It’s really helpful for regular travelers who may need to transfer their airline “points” or “miles” to friends and family members during an emergency.

Additionally, JetBlue's partnership with American Airlines allows TrueBlue members to earn TrueBlue points on American Airline-operated flights. Between the two carriers, that means JetBlue travelers can go almost anywhere at a greatly reduced rate, or help others fly affordably.

This also means that you can book American Airlines flights with your JetBlue loyalty points.

But the hiccup happens when people try to . Even though JetBlue claims it’s easy to accomplish, it isn’t. The good news is that DoNotPay can help. The world’s first AI Consumer Champion makes it easy and fast.

Anytime you need to transfer points from one airline to another, or from one member to another, DoNotPay should be your first resource. We can also help you sell airline miles if you need some extra cash.

Now, let’s learn more about JetBlue Points, and how easy it is to manage them with DoNotPay.

JetBlue Points

Like other airline points and miles programs, the idea is that customers will earn points for spending money with JetBlue or their partners. It’s a marketing technique meant to keep customers flying with JetBlue.

One can save up those points towards a free flight or vacation. To earn JetBlue points, you must first become a TrueBlue member.

The table below explores the points system.

As a TrueBlue member, you earn three points for every JetBlue-operated individual flight.
  • An exception to this is Blue Basic fares, where you earn one point for every dollar you spend.
If you book any JetBlue-operated flight directly on, you can earn an additional three bonus points per dollar you spend.
If you are a JetBlue Plus or Mosaic card member, or both, you can earn up to 15 points for every dollar you spend.
  • Additionally, you can earn JetBlue points by flying with your pet.
  • You can also earn points by choosing JetBlue Vacations packages.
  • Then, earn more JetBlue points on car rentals, hotels, and activity offers depending on your flight details.
Points Pooling is an ideal way to earn and collect TrueBlue points with your loved ones. Points Pooling allows up to seven family members and friends to combine points and earn awards even faster.

Now that you know how to collect those JetBlue points, let’s talk about . You can try it yourself (good luck), or use DoNotPay.

How to Transfer JetBlue Points to American Airlines Yourself

Transferring loyalty points from JetBlue to another airline is not an easy process. JetBlue's website doesn't highlight clear steps for transferring your points to another airline.

If you’re in a hurry, you should start with their customer service number at (800) 538-2583. You can expect some long wait times, rude customer service reps, and dropped calls in the process.

While JetBlue has a decent reputation for customer service overall, they aren’t eager to transfer your loyal business to another airline.

You can also try sending them a demand letter, but this won’t help if you’re in a hurry. Demand letters tend to get “lost” if they aren’t sent by an attorney, like the DoNotPay app.

DoNotPay Makes it Easy to Transfer JetBlue Points to American Airlines

DoNotPay can help you in three short and clear steps.

  1. Search "points" or "rewards" on DoNotPay, and select the rewards program you're a part of / the type of points you have.

  2. Choose whether you want to check your points balance, transfer your points, or sell them for cash.

  3. If you selected one of the first two options, DoNotPay can check your points balance or transfer your points for you. Otherwise, we can help you find the best deal through third-party vendors.

And that’s it.

But that’s not all you can do with the app. DoNotPay can also help you get great prices on hotel rooms, and waive hotel and resort fees, too. Best of all, it works everywhere!

DoNotPay Works Across All Airlines and Hotels

Now that you see how easy it is to transfer JetBlue points to AA, you’re thinking about your other clubs and memberships. DoNotPay can help you manage them all. Use it to:

  1. Transfer Chase points
  2. Transfer Marriott points
  3. Transfer Hilton points
  4. Sell your Delta Skymiles
  5. Sell your Marriott points
  6. And sell United miles

And that’s only the beginning. DoNotPay is the world’s first AI Consumer Champion. Whenever you need to battle a big organization like an airline, bank, or credit card company, make DoNotPay your first tool.

How Else Can DoNotPay Help?

DoNotPay does a lot more for you than simply transferring and selling JetBlue points for you. Other tasks that you can rely on DoNotPay to help with include:

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