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I couple of days ago, I noticed that Brex would be losing JetBlue as a transfer partner, where you can currently transfer Brex points 1:1 to JetBlue. The transfers end on October 24th. 

I’d thought this was a one off (and let’s be honest, JetBlue is generally not an awesome transfer partner because it uses revenue based award pricing, but it’s useful to be able to top off for an award).

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Today, though, I saw Benji at TPG covered news that Capital One is also ending transfers to JetBlue and also as of October 24th. The transfer ratio was 0.75 JetBlue for 1 Capital One mile.

I’m not sure what is going on with JetBlue points transfers – meaning that I don’t know WHY this is happening now to multiple partners and on the same date.

As of this moment, both the American Express Membership Rewards page, Chase Ultimate Rewards page and the Citi ThankYou page still show JetBlue as an active partner with no end date…. for now.


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  1. JetBlue recently renewed their cobranded card contract with Barclays- I have to speculate this has something to do with the terms they agreed to?


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