Earn 3x TrueBlue Points Shopping Amazon expired


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You can now earn 3x TrueBlue points per $1 spent at Amazon when you shop Amazon through your TrueBlue account. Points will be posted 60 days after item is shipped.

When shopping Amazon, remember that you can get 10% Cash Back Amazon With New American Express Blue Cash Increased Offers!  Check out the Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express and the Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express here.

There is also a New Amex Offer For You Amazon where you can get 3x Membership Rewards Points, expires 12/31/16 which would also combine nicely with this new deal from JetBlue.

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Earn 3x TrueBlue Points Shopping Amazon

There are 2 ways you can earn TrueBlue points for shopping on Amazon: When you are on a JetBlue flight and connect to Amazon through Fly-Fi®, or by signing in to your TrueBlue account at trueblue.jetblue.com (this can be done anywhere) and clicking on your unique link. Either way, you will earn 3x TrueBlue points per every $1 spent. Shopping must be completed within 24h. Otherwise, you will need to start over the shopping process in order to earn TrueBlue points.

Terms & Conditions

In order to earn TrueBlue points for shopping on Amazon, you need to connect to Amazon via Fly-Fi if onboard or sign into your TB account and use your unique link. Once signed in using 1 of these 2 ways, you can earn 3 TrueBlue points for every $1 spent on Amazon on any eligible item. Points will be posted 60 days after item is shipped.

Bottom Line

Consider this new offer where you earn 3x TrueBlue points per $1 spent at Amazon when you shop Amazon through your TrueBlue account.

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