The complete guide to the JetBlue TrueBlue program - The Points Guy (2023)

There is a lot to love about JetBlue. The airline offers generous legroom, tasty snacks and free Wi-Fi. It also offers a fairly straightforward loyalty program.

The JetBlue TrueBlue program doesn't get much attention in the points and miles world. However, the points are extremely easy to earn and redeem, making the program ideal for casual travelers. Redemptions are largely restricted to flights in the Americas, though JetBlue now flies transatlantic to London, with more European destinations planned.

Today we'll walk you through everything you need to know about the JetBlue TrueBlue loyalty program. We'll start with an overview of JetBlue's partners and elite status and then go into how to earn and redeem points.

About JetBlue

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JetBlue serves over 100 destinations throughout the U.S., Latin America, the Caribbean and the United Kingdom, with service to Paris starting this summer.

Unlike most other frequent flyer programs, JetBlue offers just one level of elite status. The airline isn't a part of any global alliance, but it has a few airline partners (including its Northeast Alliance with American Airlines).

With JetBlue being one of the youngest major airlines in the U.S., the TrueBlue loyalty program is a relative newcomer to the points and miles world. The program is revenue-based, so earning and redeeming points is typically based on ticket prices. However, there are also many ways to earn JetBlue points without getting on an airplane.

Related: How to change or cancel a JetBlue flight

Program partners

JetBlue's airline partners include American Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, Icelandair, JSX, Qatar Airways, Silver Airways, Singapore Airlines and South African Airways. You can earn TrueBlue points when flying any of these airlines but can only redeem points on JetBlue and Hawaiian. JetBlue also has codeshare agreements with Aer Lingus, Cape Air and Porter.

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In addition to the airline partners, JetBlue lets you earn points with several other travel and non-travel partners.

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JetBlue elite status

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Currently, JetBlue only offers one level of elite status: JetBlue Mosaic. You can currently earn Mosaic status by doing any of the following:

  • Earning 15,000 base points in a calendar year.
  • Flying 30 segments and earning 12,000 base points in a calendar year.
  • Spending $50,000 on a JetBlue credit card in a calendar year.

Current Mosaic benefits include a 15,000-point welcome bonus, extra points on JetBlue flights, two free checked bags, early boarding, bonus points and complimentary inflight alcoholic beverages.

However, JetBlue is overhauling its TrueBlue loyalty program with major new perks and four status tiers this spring. The new program year started Jan. 1, but the new program and its perks won't go live until an unannounced date this spring.

Under the new program, you'll earn 1 tile for every $100 spent on JetBlue, JetBlue Vacations, Paisly by JetBlue and American Airlines. Plus, you'll earn 1 tile for every $1,000 spent on all JetBlue credit cards.

You'll start getting perks after you accrue 10 tiles in a calendar year and earn Mosaic status once you earn 50 tiles in a calendar year. But there will be four levels of Mosaic status: Mosaic 1 (50 tiles), Mosaic 2 (100 tiles), Mosaic 3 (150 tiles) and Mosaic 4 (250 tiles).

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How to earn TrueBlue points

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There are many ways to save up for a JetBlue award ticket, from flights to hotel stays. Here's a look at some of the best ways to earn JetBlue points.

Earn TrueBlue points by flying on JetBlue or American

The most obvious way to earn JetBlue points is by flying. You'll earn TrueBlue points based on the ticket cost, fare type and whether you book directly with JetBlue when flying on JetBlue or American Airlines.

Blue, Blue Plus, Blue Extra, Mint and all non-basic economy American Airlines tickets earn at least 3 TrueBlue points per dollar spent. If you book one of these fares directly with JetBlue, you'll earn an additional 3 points per dollar spent.

Blue Basic fares and American Airlines basic economy fares earn 1 base point per dollar spent and 1 additional point per dollar when booked directly with JetBlue.

No matter the fare type, you'll earn an additional 3 points per dollar if you have JetBlue Mosaic elite status and another 3 to 6 points per dollar when paying for a flight booked with JetBlue with a JetBlue credit card.

You'll also earn 300 TrueBlue points per JetBlue-operated flight when you travel with your pet.

Related: How to get upgraded on JetBlue Airways

Earn TrueBlue points by flying on partner airlines

You can also earn TrueBlue points when you fly on some of JetBlue's other partner airlines as follows:

  • Hawaiian Airlines: 0% to 75% of miles flown.
  • Icelandair: 25% to 150% of miles flown.
  • JSX: 150 points per Hop On fare and 250 points per All In fare.
  • Qatar Airways: 25% to 150% of miles flown.
  • Silver Airways: 250 points per flight segment.
  • Singapore Airlines: 0% to 100% of miles flown.
  • South African Airways: 0% to 125% of miles flown.

The number of points you'll earn on partner flights varies by airline, booking class and flight distance. You can access each partner's earning chart via JetBlue's partner directory.

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Earn TrueBlue points through other partners

There are several ways to earn TrueBlue points without flying. Just note that with some partners, such as hotel chains and car rental companies, you will forfeit earning points from the partner program to earn JetBlue points.

Here's a quick overview of how you can earn JetBlue points through some non-travel partners:

  • Amazon: Earn 3 TrueBlue points per dollar spent when you shop with Amazon on board a JetBlue-operated flight. Check the terms to ensure your shopping will count.
  • TrueBlue Shopping: Earn TrueBlue points when you click through JetBlue's TrueBlue Shopping portal before making online purchases.
  • Avis and Budget: Earn 100 points per day as a member and 200 points per day as a Mosaic on qualifying rentals.
  • IHG One Rewards: Earn 2 points per dollar on qualifying room rates at most IHG hotels. Earn 1 point per dollar on qualifying room rates at Candlewood Suites and Staybridge Suites, and earn 500 points per qualifying stay at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas.
  • Jet Opinions: Earn 400 points for taking your first survey.
  • TrueBlue Dining: Earn up to 3 points per dollar spent when ordering in or eating out at a restaurant participating in JetBlue's TrueBlue Dining program. You must enroll in the program and link a payment card before dining.

You can also earn TrueBlue points by transferring American Express Membership Rewards (5:4 transfer ratio), Chase Ultimate Rewards (1:1 transfer ratio) and Citi ThankYou Rewards (1:1 transfer ratio) points to JetBlue.

Related: JetBlue baggage fees and how to avoid paying them

JetBlue credit cards

JetBlue offers several cobranded credit cards, including three available to U.S. residents, one for residents of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands and one for Dominican Republic residents.

Each earns extra TrueBlue points on JetBlue purchases and unlocks special perks when flying with the airline. Here's a quick look at earning rates, annual fees and special perks on the cards available to U.S. residents:

CardEarning ratesAnnual feeSpecial perks
JetBlue Card3 points per dollar on eligible JetBlue purchases.

2 points per dollar at restaurants and eligible grocery stores.

1 point per dollar on other purchases.

$0.50% savings on eligible inflight purchases on JetBlue-operated flights.

No foreign transaction fees.

JetBlue Plus Card6 points per dollar on eligible JetBlue purchases.

2 points per dollar at restaurants and eligible grocery stores.

1 point per dollar on other purchases.

$99.You and up to three travel companions on your reservation get a free first checked bag on JetBlue-operated flights when you pay for the flight with your card.

50% savings on eligible inflight purchases on JetBlue-operated flights.

10% points rebate when you redeem for and travel on JetBlue-operated award flights.

5,000 points each year after your card account anniversary.

No foreign transaction fees.

JetBlue Business Card6 points per dollar on eligible JetBlue purchases.

2 points per dollar at restaurants and office supply stores.

1 point per dollar on other purchases.

$99.You and up to three travel companions on your reservation get a free first checked bag on JetBlue-operated flights when you pay for the flight with your card.

50% savings on eligible inflight purchases on JetBlue-operated flights.

10% points rebate when you redeem for and travel on JetBlue-operated award flights.

5,000 points each year after your card account anniversary.

No foreign transaction fees.

The information for the JetBlue Card, JetBlue Plus Card and JetBlue Business Card has been collected independently by The Points Guy. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the issuer.

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How to redeem TrueBlue points

JetBlue uses a dynamic pricing scheme for its own flights, so redemptions are straightforward. You can redeem points for any seat on any JetBlue flight across its entire route network. The more a flight costs in cash, the more it will cost in points.

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According to TPG's valuations, you can expect a fairly consistent 1.3 cents of value per TrueBlue point. Based on our experiences, the redemption value tends to be slightly lower for JetBlue Mint award tickets.

To book, search for flights on JetBlue's website as you normally would and check "Use TrueBlue points" at the top of the search box. Note that you can't redeem points for Blue Basic fares.

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You can redeem points for the entire fare or use a combination of points and cash. The latter option is great if you're short on points but generally doesn't present the best value. Our tests indicate that these redemptions yield a value of just 0.9 cents per point.

As a reminder, JetBlue Plus and JetBlue Business cardholders get a 10% rebate when they redeem for and travel on JetBlue-operated award flights.

Although JetBlue has several airline partners, you can currently only redeem TrueBlue points on Hawaiian Airlines. JetBlue uses a standard region-based award chart for these tickets. These awards aren't available online, so you must call to redeem JetBlue points for Hawaiian flights.

Related: How to increase the value of your JetBlue TrueBlue points by 10%

Bottom line

While you're unlikely to get outsize value from your TrueBlue points, it's still a useful program for some travelers. After all, JetBlue TrueBlue points are some of the easiest domestic airline points to earn and redeem. And there aren't any confusing award charts to consult or capacity controls to worry about.

The program will continue to become more valuable as JetBlue grows its domestic and international network and (hopefully) finally allows redemptions on American Airlines flights.

Additional reporting by Ben Smithson.

Editorial disclaimer: Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, airline or hotel chain, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities.

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FAQs

How much is 100000 JetBlue points worth in dollars? ›

How much are 100,000 JetBlue points worth? , 100,000 JetBlue points are worth about $1,000.

How many JetBlue points are needed for a free flight? ›

Qualification for TrueBlue Mosaic is based on:
TrueBlue LevelsHow to Qualify
Basic memberJoin the program for free
TrueBlue Mosaic15,000 base fare points OR 12,000 base fare points + 30 segments OR $50,000 spent on a JetBlue Plus or JetBlue Business Card in a calendar year
Apr 11, 2023

How much is 60 000 JetBlue points worth? ›

How much are 60,000 TrueBlue points worth? At 1.3 cents per point, 60,000 TrueBlue points are worth $780.

Do JetBlue points ever expire? ›

JetBlue's program gives rewards called TrueBlue points. Joining the TrueBlue program is free and you can start earning points by booking flights online. Points do not expire.

How many JetBlue points is $1000? ›

If you're looking to earn some extra JetBlue points, consider getting the JetBlue Card. It offers 10,000 points after spending $1,000 in the first 90 days.

Can you convert JetBlue points to cash? ›

And of course, there's the JetBlue TrueBlue rewards program, which allows you to earn points for your flight — which you can apply toward a future free flight, or even better, redeem for cash.

Is it better to use JetBlue points or cash? ›

Increasing your points redemption to 10,000 leads to a cash copay of $214 or only 0.9 cents per point. In fact, almost everywhere along the scale results in about 0.9 cents per point—consistently lower than using points for the full ticket cost.

Is it worth it to buy points from JetBlue? ›

Usually, you'll receive somewhere around 1.3 cents to 1.5 cents per point in value on your JetBlue redemptions, so it makes little sense to purchase points for more than what you'll be able to redeem them for, while at the same time forfeiting the points you would earn by booking a cash ticket.

Do TrueBlue members get free checked bags? ›

TrueBlue Mosaic members receive free first and second-checked bags as do any travel companions on the same booking. Members also get a free standard carry-on regardless of the fare type booked.

How many JetBlue points is $1? ›

At least 6 points per $1 on airfare + 1 point per $1 on hotel, cruise, car & transfers.

Can I use my TrueBlue points for someone else? ›

You can book a ticket for another person using your TrueBlue miles. Just search for award flights as normal and enter the other person's information during the checkout process.

Does JetBlue go to Hawaii? ›

JetBlue Airways Tickets to Hawaii

Travelocity is proud to offer some of the lowest prices on JetBlue Airways one-way and round-trip flights to many popular destinations in Hawaii. If you're looking for cheap airfare, try our flexible booking calendar to find the best day to fly JetBlue Airways within your schedule.

How many dollars is 80000 JetBlue points? ›

Get 25% more value when you redeem for airfare, hotels, car rentals and cruises through Chase Ultimate Rewards®. For example, 80,000 points are worth $1,000 toward travel.

Will I lose my JetBlue points if I cancel my credit card? ›

JetBlue points do not expire due to account inactivity. But if you close your JetBlue Credit Card account, you'll lose any unredeemed points.

Did JetBlue devalue their points? ›

Losers: Long-time Mosaics

The redemption rate was always quite favorable, with prices coming in at around 600 points for a $55 seat. JetBlue quietly devalued this benefit during the pandemic, but the points redemption rate was still more favorable than outright purchasing a seat.

Does JetBlue have first class? ›

Does JetBlue offer a first-class flying experience? Kind of — and it's not too shabby an option, either. However, if you're looking for seats specifically labeled “first class,” you may have a hard time finding them; the airline calls its premium seats “JetBlue Mint."

Do Amex points transfer to JetBlue? ›

You can only transfer Amex points to two U.S.-based airline programs: Delta SkyMiles and JetBlue TrueBlue. However, by taking advantage of airline partnerships, you can use Amex points to book award flights with other major carriers, including United Airlines, American Airlines and Alaska Airlines.

How many JetBlue points do you need for even more space? ›

Upgrade to an Even More Space seat with JetBlue status

And throughout 2022, JetBlue Mosiac members will need to redeem no more than 200 TrueBlue points for an Even More Space seat (which is an unbelievable deal). I would like to subscribe to The Points Guy newsletters and special email promotions.

Can I use JetBlue points to upgrade seat? ›

If you really want an Even More Space seat but don't want to leave it up to chance, you can also redeem your TrueBlue points for an Even More Space seat upgrade, unless you had purchased a Blue Basic fare. And for 2022 alone, you'll get a 100% rebate on those points upgrades up to 200 points.

How many JetBlue points do you need to fly Mint? ›

How to book JetBlue Mint with points
One-way distance (miles)EconomyMint
0-2508,000 miles16,000 miles
251-50010,000 miles20,000 miles
501-1,00014,000 miles28,000 miles
1,001-2,00020,000 miles40,000 miles
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Can you pay for flights with points and money? ›

Can I pay for flight with points and cash? In many cases, you absolutely can, but it probably won't get you great redemption value. It's generally better to either pay for your flight outright with cash or book your flights completely with miles (and taxes and fees).

What airline points are best? ›

The Best Airline Rewards Programs
  • Best Overall: American Airlines AAdvantage. ...
  • Runner-Up: Delta Air Lines SkyMiles. ...
  • Runner-Up: United Mileage Plus. ...
  • Best for Spring Breakers: JetBlue TrueBlue. ...
  • Best for Long Haul Travelers: Alaska Air Mileage Plan. ...
  • Best for Couples: Southwest Rapid Rewards. ...
  • Best for Families: Frontier Miles.
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What is the best way to use airline points? ›

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  1. Use rewards for premium flights.
  2. Book luxury hotels closer to home.
  3. Consider low-category extended stays.
  4. Find deals on peak travel.
  5. Travel during off-peak seasons.
  6. Look for sweet-spot redemptions.
  7. Redeem for good-enough value.
Apr 27, 2023

Is cash back the best use of points? ›

Cash-back credit cards typically offer better value when the redemption options on a points card don't appeal to you. If a points card offers cash-back options at all, it may offer cash back at a lower value than other redemption options.

How do I link my JetBlue credit card to my TrueBlue account? ›

Sign in to your TrueBlue Dining account, then: Under “Account center,” click “Linked Cards.” Find the “Link more cards” section near the bottom of the page, enter the card number you'd like to add, then click “Link card.”

How do I avoid paying baggage fees on JetBlue? ›

Here are six ways to avoid JetBlue's baggage fees.
  1. Only pack a carry-on. Of course, the most obvious way to avoid baggage fees is not to bring checked luggage at all. ...
  2. Join the JetBlue loyalty program. ...
  3. Buy a premium ticket. ...
  4. Bring your military documentation. ...
  5. Get a JetBlue credit card. ...
  6. Use a general travel card.

How do I waive my checked bag fee? ›

How to avoid paying checked baggage fees
  1. Know the fees. ...
  2. Use the right credit card. ...
  3. Book first or business class. ...
  4. Get elite status or fly with someone who has it. ...
  5. Use a military discount. ...
  6. Check your bag at the gate. ...
  7. Pack light.
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Does a backpack count as a carry-on? ›

Most airlines allow backpacks as carry-ons, but size and weight restrictions vary depending on the carrier. Typically, the bag must be within the cabin baggage dimensions of around 22 x 14 x 9 inches (56 x 36 x 22 cm), commonly considered the standard size for carry-on.

How long does it take for TrueBlue points to show up? ›

TrueBlue points can take up to five days to appear in your TrueBlue Dining account and one to two weeks to appear in your TrueBlue account. You didn't use a card linked to TrueBlue Dining when you completed your transaction. If you paid with a debit card, you didn't use it like a credit card.

How do I get mosaic on JetBlue? ›

Spend $50,000 with an eligible JetBlue credit card — If you have the JetBlue Plus Card or the JetBlue Business Card, you can earn Mosaic status by spending $50,000 or more on the card in a calendar year.

What is the referral bonus for JetBlue? ›

The referral link sends you to offers for the JetBlue Card and the JetBlue Plus card. Both offers are the same as those available publicly—60 K for the JetBlue Plus and 10K for the no-annual-fee card.

Can I use my JetBlue points for my wife? ›

They can be friends, family (including children) or a combination of both, as long as everyone has a TrueBlue account. There must be a minimum of 2 people in a Points Pooling account and a maximum of 7.

How do I add a family member to my TrueBlue account? ›

Email invitees. If you're adding a child under the age of 13, you will need to create their individual TrueBlue account and add them as your dependent. For adults, simply fill in names and email addresses to send them email invites. Members will need to accept the email invitation in order to officially join.

Can I book a flight for someone else on my JetBlue account? ›

Travel credits can be used to book a reservation for anyone you want. The name on the account doesn't need to match the name of the traveler, and you do not have to travel with them.

What city does JetBlue fly out of? ›

The fifth largest airline in the United States, JetBlue—founded in 1998—is headquartered in Long Island City, Queens. With its primary base at New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport, it operates frequent flights in and out of Fort Lauderdale, Boston, San Juan, and Orlando.

What airlines does JetBlue use? ›

Loyalty partners. In addition to our alliance with American Airlines, you can earn TrueBlue points and enjoy seamless booking and bag handling with these airline partners. (You can also redeem TrueBlue points on Hawaiian).

Does JetBlue provide free WIFI? ›

Only JetBlue offers free, high-speed wi-fi at every seat, on every plane. Browse, buy, like, listen, surf, stream and so much more—from takeoff to touchdown.

How many JetBlue points is $500? ›

How much are 50,000 JetBlue points worth? , 50,000 JetBlue points are worth about $500.

What is the JetBlue 80k bonus? ›

The JetBlue Plus Card is currently offering a welcome bonus of 80,000 points after spending $1,000 on purchases and paying the annual fee in full, both within the first 90 days.

How much is 60000 Airline points worth? ›

60,000 United miles are worth an average of $714, according to WalletHub data. You will get the best value for your United MileagePlus miles when you redeem them for Travel, but there are multiple redemption options.

What is credit churning? ›

Credit card churning is the process of opening cards for the sole purpose of earning welcome bonuses or other benefits. Usually, it involves closing cards after the bonus posts to your account and before the next annual fee is charged.

Should I have 3 credit cards? ›

It's generally recommended that you have two to three credit card accounts at a time, in addition to other types of credit. Remember that your total available credit and your debt to credit ratio can impact your credit scores. If you have more than three credit cards, it may be hard to keep track of monthly payments.

Do points expire on credit card? ›

Credit card points and miles won't expire as long as your account remains open. However, points and miles earned with airline and hotel loyalty programs do typically expire following a lack of activity.

Do JetBlue points never expire? ›

TrueBlue points do not expire. Should a member close their TrueBlue account, the points in that account will be terminated.

How much is 100000 airline points worth? ›

100,000 United miles are worth an average of $1,190, according to WalletHub data. You will get the best value for your United MileagePlus miles when you redeem them for Travel, but there are multiple redemption options.

How many flights is 100000 points? ›

You can use 100,000 Ultimate Rewards points to take 11 short-haul flights on American Airlines or Alaska Airlines by transferring Ultimate Rewards points to British Airways Avios. Flights under 1,151 miles one-way in economy cost 9,000 Avios and $5.60 in taxes.

How much money is 10,000 Airline Points? ›

10,000 AAdvantage miles are worth about $118, according to WalletHub data. You will get the best value for your American Airlines AAdvantage miles when you redeem them for Travel, but there are multiple redemption options.

How do you calculate points to dollars? ›

Calculating the Value of Credit Card Points. The simplest way to calculate the value of your credit card points is to divide the dollar value of the reward by the number of points required to redeem it. For example, if it takes 50,000 points to get a $650 airplane ticket, your points are worth about 1.3 cents each.

How much is 75000 flight points worth? ›

How Much American Airlines AAdvantage Miles Are Worth
Number of AAdvantage MilesAverage Value
75,000$885
65,000$767
55,000$649
45,000$531
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How much is 70000 flight points? ›

70,000 Delta miles are worth an average of $784, according to WalletHub data.

How many points do you need for a free plane ticket? ›

How many miles needed for a free flight by airline
AirlineCoach/EconomyBusiness class
American Airlines10,000-30,00020,000-55,000
Delta Air Lines8,000-36,50056,000-112,500
Southwest Airlines7,519-57,08812,194-60,175
United Airlines10,600-20,80025,000-75,500
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How many Chase points do I need to fly to Hawaii? ›

It has Hawaii as a separate region and the rates are excellent. You can get from the mainland U.S. to Hawaii in economy for 17,500 miles or in business for 34,500 miles one-way. To find available flights you'll first need to create a KrisFlyer account.

How far can you fly with 60000 points? ›

Fly to the Caribbean in Business Class

A United business class flight from North America to the Caribbean is as low as 60,000 miles round-trip. If economy class is more your style, United prices round-trip flights from North America to the Caribbean around 35,000 miles.

Is it better to buy JetBlue points? ›

Usually, you'll receive somewhere around 1.3 cents to 1.5 cents per point in value on your JetBlue redemptions, so it makes little sense to purchase points for more than what you'll be able to redeem them for, while at the same time forfeiting the points you would earn by booking a cash ticket.

Can I use my JetBlue points for someone else? ›

Can I use JetBlue miles to buy a ticket for someone else? You can book a ticket for another person using your TrueBlue miles. Just search for award flights as normal and enter the other person's information during the checkout process.

Are Flying Points worth it? ›

Points schemes look as if they save you money, but they can actually end up costing you more than you save because they tie you to certain airlines, meaning you don't shop around for the best deals. At best, they're just not that valuable.

How far can you fly with 50000 points? ›

But with the right travel credit card, 50,000 points can get you two round-trip tickets from Los Angeles to Hawaii, which can be as much as $800 per ticket during peak season.

Do you get more miles for flying first class? ›

Mileage-based mileage programs

In other programs, a ratio is applied to the number of miles flown to calculate the number of miles you'll earn. The type of ticket you buy can affect the number of miles you're awarded, with a first-class ticket paying more miles than an economy class ticket for the same flight.

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