Jetblue Launches New Credit Cards in the Caribbean
- United States airline JetBlue has announced a new partnership with banking group CIBC FirstCaribbean and payments technology company Mastercard to launch two credit cards for customers in five Caribbean markets where JetBlue operates.
- The new JetBlue Mastercard and JetBlue Select Mastercard by CIBC FirstCaribbean will provide card members rewards, benefits, and an opportunity to earn TrueBlue points that can be used to travel to more than 100 destinations in JetBlue's network, JetBlue said in a statement from its New York headquarters yesterday.
- In November 2023, these cards will for the first time be available to residents in Trinidad and Tobago, The Bahamas, Jamaica, Barbados, and the Cayman Islands.
- 'As a leading airline in the Caribbean, JetBlue maintains its commitment to delivering innovative programmes and products to more of our loyal customers in the region. We're excited to launch our partnership with CIBC FirstCaribbean and Mastercard to offer our customers even more benefits,' said Chris Buckner, VP, Loyalty & Partnerships at Jet-Blue.
- Chief executive officer of CIBC FirstCaribbean Mark St Hill said: 'We are delighted to join with our partners Mastercard and JetBlue, the preferred airline brand flying between the US and the Caribbean. Together we will make a formidable partnership allowing us to bring added value to JetBlue TrueBlue loyalty members regionally.'
(Source: Trinidad Express Newspaper)