Posted by Chuck on May 1, 2017
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Published on May 1st, 2017 | by Chuck

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Get 3,000 JetBlue Miles for Amazon Prime Signup

The Offer

Direct Link

  • Signup for a new annual Amazon Prime membership through JetBlue and get 3,000 TrueBlue points

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The Fine Print

  • Valid until 5/8/17 at 11:59 pm ET
  • Limit one Prime bonus (you won’t get two 3k bonuses for two Prime purchases through the same JetBlue account)
  • Fully-paid Prime memberships only ($99 + tax), no points are earned on trials
  • 3x per dollar is NOT earned on top of the 3,000 points
  • Allow 30 days for points to post
  • Not valid on Prime Gift purchases

Our Verdict

Really excellent deal. Assuming you value Jetblue points at one penny or more, it’s a $30+ rebate on the $99 fee.

You can always earn 3x JetBlue points per dollar spent, and that works even on Prime membership as per the terms. But that just gets 297 points (3 x 99) while this gets you 3,000 points.

The FAQ states the following: “What if I am already an Amazon Prime member? This promotion is only for new Amazon Prime members, so you would not be eligible for the 3,000 TrueBlue points promotion.” I wonder what will happen if you cancel your Prime membership and then go through the JetBlue link to signup again (which will extend your membership).

Hat tip to Wanderingarmenean and VFTW



8 Responses to Get 3,000 JetBlue Miles for Amazon Prime Signup

  1. Matt says:

    What if your a month to month member but use this link to become an annual subscriber? Would that qualify?

  2. Mark Tothfalussy says:

    Whtat if you cancel your prime get a prorated refund and then sign up with jetblue promo? Is tht possible?

  3. Liz says:

    Has anyone been able to successfully get this to work? I get the following error:

    You don’t have permission to access “http://trueblue.jetblue.com/group/amazonOffer?” on this server.

    Reference #18.f3ce8f18.1493668465.15594ea5

    That happens if I click on the link from the JetBlue page when I’m NOT logged in to my JetBlue account. If I am logged in, it automatically redirects me to my account home page, from which I cannot navigate to the offer. Tried on multiple web browsers, all do the same thing.

  4. dave says:

    My wife had a full Prime membership and cancelled 2 years ago. If she applies now, will that be considered “new”?

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