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Citi Merchant Offers, Save $50 on JetBlue Flights

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Citi Merchant Offers, Save $50 on JetBlue Flights

Citi has a new Merchant Offer that can get you a $50 discount on JetBlue purchases. You can find these offers in your Citi app, or your account online. Let’s see the details.

The Offer

Earn $50 back on a purchase of $250 or more at JetBlue when you use your eligible Citi card. Offer expires on May 31, 2023.

You can check for Citi Merchant Offers here.

Key Terms

  • Offer is nontransferable and the enrolled card must be active and in good-standing in order to be eligible for an award.
  • Offer expires 5/31/2023.


Check your Citi cards for this offer and add it now before booking a flight or making any other JetBlue purchase. You can save $50 if you spend at least $250 using your eligible  Citi credit card. That’s a discount of up to 20% on your JetBlue flights.

Let us know if you have this offer.

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