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I applied for JetBlue Amex card and was denied with my 698 TU credit score. I am a member of True Blue program and wanted to get the card to earn more points… are there other cards that will allow me to save on Jetblue flights?

Answered on March 19, 2015

The JetBlue credit card is for people with excellent credit, which means your score should be above 700. However, your credit score is not the only thing that is considered by an issuer when you apply for a credit card. Your current credit accounts, amount of debt, income and some other things are also considered.
As for a credit card that will allow you to save on your JetBlue flights, you can consider any travel rewards credit card. Travel credit cards are not tied to particular airlines and allow earning miles or points on all purchases and everywhere. All earned miles or points can be redeemed with any airline, including with JetBlue.

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