Are You Targeted For Amex MR Transfer Bonus To JetBlue?


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Check here to see if you are targeted for up to a 30% transfer bonus to JetBlue points when you transfer American Express Membership Rewards points. The normal redemption is 250 AMEX points converting into 200 JetBlue points.

Are You Targeted For Amex MR Transfer Bonus To Jet Blue?

Are You Targeted For Amex MR Transfer Bonus To JetBlue?

Right now you may be targeted for one of the following:

  • 10% bonus, so 250 AMEX points converts to 220 JetBlue points
  • 20% bonus, so 250 AMEX points converts to 240 JetBlue points
  • 30% bonus, so 250 AMEX points converts to 260 JetBlue points

Examples of Amex Cards that earn Membership Rewards points:

Bottom Line

Were you targeted for this offer? If so, do you plan to transfer? This may be of interest for those heavy in MR points and needing a specific redemption that saves good money on Jet Blue. Also interesting if you have a JetBlue Plus credit card which offers a 10% points rebate on JetBlue flights.

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