How do I transfer my JetBlue Travel Bank funds to another person

Learn how to use your JetBlue Travel Bank credits to purchase tickets for friends and family. Follow these simple steps to book a flight for someone else.

JetBlue Travel Bank credits are essentially non-transferable, meaning you cannot move them from your Travel Bank account into another person’s Travel Bank account[1][2]. However, you can use your Travel Bank credit to purchase tickets for other persons, such as a parent, spouse, child, or friend[1][3]. Booking a flight using travel credit is only allowed to be done by the same person who has been issued the credit[1].

To book a flight for someone else using your Travel Bank credit, follow these steps:

  1. Access your JetBlue Travel Bank funds on the airline’s dedicated Travel Bank website, which is automatically linked to your TrueBlue account when you cancel a ticket associated with your frequent flyer number[3].
  2. JetBlue will email you instructions on how to sign in to your account[3].
  3. When booking a flight, select the “Travel Bank” option as the payment method[4].
  4. Enter the traveler’s information, and complete the booking process[3].

Remember that JetBlue Travel Bank funds are valid for 1 year from the date of issuance[3].


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