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You get 500 (it says 250 but my history shows 500) points for connecting twitter (settings [jetblue.com]tab)

500 points for connecting your facebook (go to your friends [jetblue.com]tab or settings [jetblue.com]tab)

100 points for sharing your map on facebook (go to map [jetblue.com], share icon is on top right)

100 points for going through tutorial (prompted at signup)

50 points for sharing on facebook 5x (additional points at 10, 20, 30)

50 points for sharing on twitter 5x (additional points at 10, 20, 30)

you can also get 50 points for inviting 5 ppl on facebook (additional 50 points at 10, 15, and 30 invites)

1000 points for volunteering at a Corporate Social Responsibility event

500 points for flying during your birthday month

50 points for visiting the badge page 10 times

There are additional bonuses and other incentives that give points.

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from techman01
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if you invite 30 facebook friends to join (they dont actually have to sign up) you get an additional 900 points. invite 5 friends, you get 50, invite 10 more you get 100 points plus 250 point bonus. Then invite 15 more friends and you get additional 500 points
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1569 JetBlue points translates into a $10 Best Buy Reward Zone gift certificate.

I started with 1,200 points, and now with my ~3,000 JetBlue points, I can exchange them for ~1000+ Best Buy RZ points on Points.com and get a $20 Best Buy cert.

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Last Edited by wowpaw July 28, 2013 at 11:01 AM
Trueblue Badges facebook group (to get more friends towards the facebook badges): https://www.facebook.com/groups/281151118694303/


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2,360 Jet Blue points transfers to 752 Best Buy Reward Zone points.
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Points.com [points.com]
Points.com = SCAM

7/15, I signed up for Points.com, initiated exchange. 1350 JetBlue to 430 BB rewards.

7/17, Jetblue points have been deducted.

7/20, Points com blocked my account. I can NOT login, nor reset password, nor re-register.

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...and what are these 1200 points translate to?
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Just got 500 blue points for connecting twitter. 1500 INSTANT points! Tyyyyyy!!!!!!!!

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The cheapest rewards flights I think are 5,000 points, so if you do all the activities you can get at least 3,000 points (more, though you have to unlock other things). Which is pretty good
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The cheapest rewards flights I think are 5,000 points, so if you do all the activities you can get at least 3,000 points (more, though you have to unlock other things). Which is pretty good
On a good day you can fly Boston to San Juan, Puerto Rico for 5,000 JetBlue points one way Wink

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This is great, thanks! Repped
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everytime i sign it, it says "down for maintenance"

anyone else having this issue?
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cool. thanks OP, repped

anyone know if possible to reactivate expired jetblue points?
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cool. thanks OP, repped

anyone know if possible to reactivate expired jetblue points?

I have done this, but it was due to an error on their end not seeing some activity on my account. But regardless, all it took to reactivate my point was a 5 minute phone call and they were instantly back in my account. So it CAN be done... probably up to their discretion though.

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Is this considered as an activity and extend the expiry of old points?
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i thought the site says points don't expire...
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Is this considered as an activity and extend the expiry of old points?
Point never expire anymore, so your existing points are safe.
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WHAT? 5000 pts equals a free flight from where the where?
The cheapest i ever find is 7500 one way but on average i pay 8500 for one way from NY to FL.
The old Jet Blue point system was WAY better.
From what i can tell 15000 pts = $200
The old way of earning on distance travelled was much better than this new way on $ spent.
Then again, the fact that they changed it goes to show that the old system was more beneficial to customers.
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Point never expire anymore, so your existing points are safe.
Wow.. Awesome.. I have around 18K points supposed to expire in October.. Was thinking about pushing some points from Amex (still wasn't sure if that will extend the points)... Now can't find anywhere about the points expiry date...

Reppd for the nice info !! Smilie
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