What Card Will Replace The Amex JetBlue Card For Cardholders? Hopefully Not An Amex Card!

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    JetBlue has had a co-branded partnership with American Express for a while now but that relationship will be terminated at the end of this year. The new card issuer that they will partner with is Barclay. It is unknown at this time as to what bonus will be offered with the new partnership. What Happens To The Current Cardholders? But, if you try to apply for the current JetBlue card (that offers 20,000 points), you will be met with the greeting above that warns of a card conversion near the end of 2015. They do not specify which card/product it will be converted to. Doctor of Credit theorizes that it may just convert to the new Barclay JetBlue card, which may happen (I think that might be what happens). It is apparent that Barclay likes to keep their customers after a card conversion as we can tell with the US Airways card converting to the American Airlines Aviator card. While you cannot apply for the Aviator card, it is a... The post What Card Will Replace The Amex JetBlue Card For Cardholders? Hopefully Not An Amex Card! appeared first on Running with Miles.

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