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JetBlue Credit Card is issued by Barclays Bank Delaware. JetBlue offers to its cardholders good benefits and rewards that make applying for this card a good deal. But how can you follow all the information about your points, payments, and purchases? The card provider makes it easy for you. So you can start managing your account online immediately after you got approved.
How to Login / Make a Payment
Step 1 – In order to log in, you should visit this website. On the right part of the screen find ‘Log In’ button and press it.
Step 2 – After you’ve pressed ‘Login’ button, a window with “Cardmember Login” button will appear on your screen.
Select this option and go to the next step.
Step 3 – Here is your login form. Enter your Username and Password into the fields, marked in purple and press “Log in“.
Forgot Password / Username
Step 1 – Go back to the JetBlue Credit Card website and press “Log in“.
Step 2 – Select ‘Cardmember Login’ on the appeared page and go to the next step.
Step 3 – In order to reset your Username and Password, choose ‘Forgot Username or Password?’ button, that is located under the login window.
Step 4 – To retrieve your password and username you have to verify your identity first. So enter the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number and your Date of Birth.
Then write down your Account Number and press ‘Continue’.
Activation / Registration
Step 1 – If you want to manage your payments online you should register your card. In order to do it, go to the website and press ‘Click here to set up online access’.
Step 2 – First of all, verify your identity. Enter the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number and your Date of Birth. Then enter your Account number. To complete this step, choose if you are a US citizen or not.
Step 3 – Create a Username and Password that you would like to use in future in order to log into your account. Fill out this form and press ‘Continue’.
Q: What is a blackout date?
Blackout dates stand for dates when travel rewards or any other special discounts or promotions are not available. Blackout dates are frequently around major holidays when the season is at its peak. It also might refer to time off requests from work and they are not available during those times as well. JetBlue Credit Card owners have the benefit that for them there are no blackout dates on JetBlue-operated flights.
Q: What does the Family Pooling stand for?
The cardmembers have a chance to earn and share points among their family members. Actually, the combining of your TrueBlue points makes earning points easier and faster. The family can also fly together since there is a chance of redeeming the achieved points for Award Flights or JetBlue Vacations packages. The redemption can be performed only by the Head of Household. In order to open the family pooling, there must be at least two individuals and maximum 5 children. An adult is considered anyone over the age of 21 and a child is anyone under 21.
Q: What is included in 50% Savings on Inflight Purchases?
Both the cardmembers of JetBlue Card and JetBlue Plus credit card with the good standing are eligible for a 50% savings on eligible inflight purchases, which include cocktails, beer, wine, meals, and JetBlue movies on JetBlue-operated flights when paid by the credit card. The offer is limited and it lasts as long as supplies last.