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American Express and JetBlue Airways Launch JetBlue Business Credit Card

by Peter Andrew
American Express and JetBlue Airways Launch JetBlue Business Credit Card

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American Express and JetBlue Airways have announced the launch of the JetBlue Business Card, which offers small business owners 5% discounts on JetBlue flights, plus a traditional frequent flyer program. This is not the first partnership between JetBlue and American Express, as they’re already teamed up on The JetBlue Card for consumers.

The JetBlue Business Card offers similar features to those of the consumer card, but does tailor them somewhat for likely business purchases. The JetBlue Business Card offers one Award Dollar per dollar charged, and double Awards Dollars on certain small business purchases, including JetBlue travel, gas, office supplies, wireless phone charges, and car rentals. The card is also offering 5,000 Award Dollars when new cardholders use the card for the first time. Free flights on JetBlue start at 20,000 Award Dollars, which are equal to 100 points in JetBlue’s TrueBlue frequent flyer program.

The JetBlue Business Card carries a $40 annual fee.

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