Brex Charge Card to Partner with JetBlue

By Paul Riegler on 24 September 2019
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DSC_1561 (1)Corporate charge card issuer Brex announced on Tuesday a partnership with JetBlue Airways.

The partnership will allow Brex charge card holders to transfer points from their Brex corporate cards to their JetBlue TrueBlue frequent-flyer program accounts.  Brex will award the five Brex cardholders who transfer the most Brex Points to the TrueBlue program by October 24, 2019, each a pair of round-trip tickets on the New York-based airline.

The move follows an announcement by Brex during the summer that cardholders can transfer points to six airlines, namely Aeromexico Club Premier, Air France-KLM Flying Blue, Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon Air Miles, Qantas Frequent Flyer, and Singapore Airlines KrisFlyer.

Brex offers cardholders several options to use their points including statement credits and travel bookings.  It offers points multipliers on purchases in several categories including software and app purchases, ride-hailing services, and dining.

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