As of September 2019, JetBlue TrueBlue points are worth approximately $0.012 USD each. This means 1,000 TrueBlue points are worth about $12.00 USD, and 50,000 TrueBlue points are worth about $600.00 USD.

This also makes TrueBlue points roughly equal in value to Delta and United miles, which are all valued at $0.012 USD each, but slightly less than valuable than Alaska, American, or Southwest miles.

Since flyers earn six TrueBlue points for each dollar spent on regular airfare directly with JetBlue (only three points if indirect), before any Mosaic elite status bonus, this means you get an effective rebate of 7.2% — in the form of TrueBlue points — on spending with JetBlue.

Those with Mosaic elite status get an additional three points per dollar spent with JetBlue, meaning they earn an effective rebate of 10.8%.

The co-branded Barclay JetBlue Plus Card with a $99 annual fee, earns six points per dollar spent with JetBlue, two points per dollar spent on dining and groceries, and one point per dollar spent on all other purchases.

This works out to an effective rebate of 7.2% on JetBlue spending, 2.4% on dining and groceries, and 1.2% on all other purchases.

The co-branded Barclay JetBlue Card with no annual fee, is similar to the JetBlue Plus card but only earns three points per dollar spent with JetBlue.

This works out to an effective rebate of 3.6% on JetBlue spending (half the rebate of the JetBlue Plus card), 2.4% on dining and groceries, and 1.2% on all other purchases.

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