JetBlue & Lyft Jointly Offer Frequent Flyer Miles Program

By: | December 9th, 2016

San Francisco International Airport

San Francisco International Airport (Image Courtesy Wikipedia

New Door-to-Door Solution for Travelers

Lyft, the wily competitor of Uber, recently signed an agreement with JetBlue (JBLU) allowing customers to earn JetBlue’s TrueBlue points, up to 1,200 per year, for any ride to and from any US airport. The program allows the accumulation of points without an expiration date and new users are being enticed to join with a $15 ride credit or 750 TrueBlue points when they sign up.

According to a Lyft spokesperson, “Air travel can be exhausting, but Lyft is thrilled to provide a seamless solution with JetBlue that relieves some of those challenges and allows travelers to earn more and save more along the way.” Lyft is locked in an intense competition with Uber which created a similar program with American Airlines last year.

Lyft will help facilitate business at airports such as New York City’s JFK airport, by creating designated pickup and drop-off areas that will make the service very convenient for travelers. To sign up for the service, Lyft users must link their Lyft accounts with JetBlue’s TrueBlue app.

To sign up for the program visit Lyft. You’ll need to create an account for each service if you don’t have them and then connect them.

David Russell Schilling

David enjoys writing about high technology and its potential to make life better for all who inhabit planet earth.

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