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Earn 3,000 jetBlue TrueBlue Points With Rocketmiles Newest Partner

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Rocketmiles, the hotel booking site that offers members a way to increase the amount of airline miles they earn with hotel stays, has announced a new partner and with it, a 3,000 point bonus offer for new accounts.

Hotel bookings made through Rocketmiles allow members to earn thousands of miles for reservations booked through Rocketmiles. It’s simply, really.

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How To Earn 3,000 TrueBlue Points

  • Must create a new account with Rocketmiles
  • Book a qualifying hotel stay through Rocketmiles between August 9, 2013 and September 6, 2013 and enter your TrueBlue member number at time of booking

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Offer Details

  • Must create a new account with Rocketmiles
  • Must book a hotel through Rocketmiles between August 9, 2013 and September 6, 2013
  • Must complete booking by December 31, 2013
  • Allow 6-8 weeks for points to post after eligible hotel stay

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Terms And Conditions

Qualifying Activity: To qualify for the booking bonus of 3,000 TrueBlue points, you must: 1) create a new account with Rocketmiles; 2) book a hotel through Rocketmiles between August 9, 2013 (12:00 AM CST) and September 6, 2013 (11:59 PM CST) and enter your TrueBlue number; and 3) complete the hotel stay associated with such booking by December 31, 2013 (11:59 PM local time). First name and last name on Rocketmiles account must exactly match the first and last name on your TrueBlue account. You must enter your TrueBlue number at time of booking; TrueBlue account may not be added retroactively to any booking. TrueBlue points will not be granted retroactively for any previous bookings. Booking bonus of 3,000 TrueBlue points is awarded to new Rocketmiles customers for their first booking through Rocketmiles (with associated stay) only; all subsequent bookings and associated stays will not qualify for the booking bonus. Limit 1 TrueBlue account per Rocketmiles booking. Any point offers displayed on our website do not yet include the 3,000 bonus, which will be added separately after your reservation is complete. Base earning rates will range between 1,000 – 5,000 TrueBlue points per night. Please allow 6-8 weeks following an eligible hotel stay for any earned TrueBlue points to be posted to your TrueBlue account. If you cancel your reservation or change your reservation in any way so that it no longer complies with the terms of an offer or if you “no show” for your reservation, you will not earn any TrueBlue points from that reservation and any TrueBlue points already rewarded will be debited from your account. Rocketmiles reserves the right to reverse any point awards that it determines in its sole discretion are wrongly awarded, including but not limited to due fraud and technical errors. . For complete Terms and Conditions of Use please visit www.rocketmiles.com/terms. Offer available to TrueBlue members with their account in good standing. Offer is not redeemable for cash, has no cash value, is nontransferable, and cannot be combined with other offers. Offer may be modified or discontinued at any time without notice or liability. TrueBlue points accrued and awards issued are subject to the Terms and Conditions of the TrueBlue rewards program.

Bottom Line

The introduction of jetBlue as a Rocketmiles partner is great news. More options are better. Consider the number of airline miles you would earn through Rocketmiles the next time you think about selecting the “airline mile” earning option for a hotel stay. It might just reward you with more miles by booking through Rocketmiles.

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About the Author

About the author: The Weekly Flyer is writes about travel from a business traveler perspective. He travels the world every week accumulating points and miles along the way. Feel free to reach me at theweeklyflyer@gmail.com

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