Elite-level frequent flyers at six major U.S. airlines are being offered a status match in JetBlue’s TrueBlue loyalty program through the middle of next month.
JetBlue said that it will offer Mosaic status in its TrueBlue program for the rest of 2017 to persons who sign up for the offer by August 14, with a chance to extend that status for all of 2018 as well.
The offer applies to United MileagePlus Premier Silver, Gold, Platinum or 1K members; American’s AAdvantage Platinums, Platinum Pros or Executive Platinums; Delta SkyMiles Medallion Silvers, Golds, Platinums or Diamonds; Alaska Mileage Plan MVP Golds or MVP Gold 75ks; Virgin America Elevate Silvers and Golds; and Southwest Rapid Rewards A-List Preferred or Companion Pass members.
Registration for the offer is at www.jetblue.com/2017summermosaic. Applicants must upload proof of a qualifying elite status at another airline such as a copy of a recent statement or a current credentials card.
Those who are approved for the matching 2017 Mosaic status will automatically qualify for JetBlue’s Mosaic Challenge, which will extend the elite-level status through 2018 for persons earn 3,750 base flight TrueBlue points within 90 days of their acceptance into Mosaic status.
Normally, Mosaic status requires TrueBlue members to fly 30 JetBlue segments and earn 12,000 base points, or earn 15,000 base points in a calendar year. Mosaic status entitles members to two free checked bags, waiver of change and cancellation fees, bonus point earnings based on dollar spent, and exclusive partner offers.