JetBlue Makes Positive Change To Points Pooling


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JetBlue has changed Family pooling to now just “points pooling.” The basic change is that you can now pool your points with more then just family members, you can include up to 7 members, including friends (really anyone you want!) Let’s take a look at the new key changes.

JetBlue Makes Positive Change To Points Pooling

How is the new Points Pooling different from Family Pooling?

We’ve changed the name from Family Pooling to Points Pooling as we’ve made some changes to the program, allowing for greater flexibility and simplicity overall. For example, pools are no longer just two adults and five children opening up the program to greater possibilities for families or for friends. See full FAQ for questions.

Here is a summary of key changes:

JetBlue Makes Positive Change To Points Pooling

Bottom Line

You can now pool your points with more then just family members, you can include up to 7 members, including friends.

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