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Great JetBlue Amex Offer: Spend $200+ on Flights, Get $50 Back

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Got a JetBlue flight in mind and *amex platinum* in your wallet? Why not score some huge savings thanks to this brand new JetBlue Amex offer?

There's a current offer for American Express Platinum cardholders to book an upcoming JetBlue flight and save up to 25%: Spend $200 or more with JetBlue and you'll get $50 right back!

Amex offers like this one are targeted, so not every traveler will see them in their Amex accounts. Luckily, this one seems to be fairly widely available for Amex Platinum cardholders. Sorry to travelers with other, co-branded Amex cards from Delta or Hilton: You won't see this offer at all – this deal is tied specifically to the 40th anniversary of Amex's flagship (and non-Delta) travel credit card. 

 

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If you haven't used Amex Offers before, you can think of them as digital coupons exclusively for Amex cardholders for purchases like airfare or hotels to dining, entertainment, or everyday shopping. 

Just add this offer to your American Express card, then use it to make your purchase with JetBlue by Aug. 6. But whether you fly JetBlue sometime this summer or book something as far out as May 2025, any flight should trigger this Amex Offer.

You could even use this discount to score some savings flying JetBlue Mint – the best way to fly within the U.S., if you ask us … or even to Europe! Already flying JetBlue Mint Suites overseas this summer? Use this offer to upgrade to the JetBlue Mint Studio for less!

 

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But hurry! While you've got another month until Aug. 8 to book your flight, these Amex Offers can disappear fast. You'll want to log in and add this Amex Offer to your card ASAP before it's gone. Just be sure you book direct with JetBlue, that your flights originate in the U.S., and that you pay with U.S. dollars to make this work.

Beyond the savings from this Amex Offer, there's no better card to use when booking flights than *amex platinum*. That's because you earn 5x points you get for every $1 you spend on airfare booked directly with airlines or through Amex's travel portal – on up to a whopping $500,000 spent each year. And you get some solid built-in travel insurance when you book roundtrip flights, too. 

Read more: The Amex Platinum is the Best Card for Booking Flights

 

Where to Find Amex Offers

If you haven’t used Amex Offers before, simply log into your American Express account and scroll down near the bottom of the screen and there should be a box called Amex Offers & Benefits. It’s available through the Amex mobile app as well.

If you see an offer you like, simply add the offer to the card and make a qualifying purchase at that business with your card. In this case, you’ll need to book directly with JetBlue for the cashback credits to kick in.

You should receive a statement credit for the offer within a few days of making a purchase, though in some cases it can take several weeks. And keep in mind you don’t need to hit the spending threshold in one shot – you can spread it out over several transactions.

Not familiar with Amex Offers? See our complete guide to using Amex Offers.

 

Bottom Line

This is a fantastic Amex Offer to save on upcoming JetBlue flights, getting $50 back on a purchase of $200 or more.

Best of all, this Amex offer seems to be fairly widely available to travelers with an Amex Platinum Card in their wallets. Just make sure to check, add the Amex offer ASAP if you've got it, and book travel with JetBlue before the Aug. 8 deadline to take advantage.

 

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2 Responses

  • I have a no annual fee Hilton Honors AMEX and it was there! Snagged it!
    Not a huge fan of Jet Blue any longer as their services levels are approaching those of American, but perhaps I’ll have a need for it nonetheless.

    • Thanks for the heads up, Joey, I’m adding a mention to this post. And apologies for the delay in approving your comment. We manually review and approve all comments on the site and somehow yours slipped through the cracks.

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