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Chase Freedom and JetBlue True Blue Points

When earning points with Chase Freedom. Do we get travel rewards points we can apply for flights? Example: Jet Blue.

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No. You need premium card like Chase Sapphire Preferred which charges $95 AF.

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Re: Chase Freedom and JetBlue True Blue Points

What's the best rewards for Freedom Card?

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Re: Chase Freedom and JetBlue True Blue Points

Cashback, 1:1 redemption ratio.

 

Sometimes they do discounted gift card where you can use $20 to get a $25 gift card.

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garci349 wrote:

When earning points with Chase Freedom. Do we get travel rewards points we can apply for flights? Example: Jet Blue.


If you book through Ultimate Rewards for travel you actually can use your points for flights! Or, what you can do is book a JetBlue flight through their website and use your points for a 1:1 statement credit Smiley Happy

 

Booking through the Ultimate Rewards Travel is better, because you get 2% cash back when using your Freedom!

 

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daybreakgonesXe wrote:

If you book through Ultimate Rewards for travel you actually can use your points for flights! Or, what you can do is book a JetBlue flight through their website and use your points for a 1:1 statement credit Smiley Happy

 

Booking through the Ultimate Rewards Travel is better, because you get 2% cash back when using your Freedom!


I always find better deal from airliners directly. UR Travel always sells more expensive ticket.

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Re: Chase Freedom and JetBlue True Blue Points


trumpet-205 wrote:

daybreakgonesXe wrote:

If you book through Ultimate Rewards for travel you actually can use your points for flights! Or, what you can do is book a JetBlue flight through their website and use your points for a 1:1 statement credit Smiley Happy

 

Booking through the Ultimate Rewards Travel is better, because you get 2% cash back when using your Freedom!


I always find better deal from airliners directly. UR Travel always sells more expensive ticket.


Yeah, sometimes it can be that way. When I was looking at airlines for a trip to Austin and a trip to Columbus, OH, they seemed to be on par with UR. However on hotels they are way overpriced. The lowest they had per night was in the 80s or 90s but hotwire could get me a similar hotel in the 40s or 50s.

 

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Re: Chase Freedom and JetBlue True Blue Points


trumpet-205 wrote:

daybreakgonesXe wrote:

If you book through Ultimate Rewards for travel you actually can use your points for flights! Or, what you can do is book a JetBlue flight through their website and use your points for a 1:1 statement credit Smiley Happy

 

Booking through the Ultimate Rewards Travel is better, because you get 2% cash back when using your Freedom!


I always find better deal from airliners directly. UR Travel always sells more expensive ticket.


I dunno about that, when I bought tickets UR travel was the cheapest for me.


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