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Seems that JetBlue is pilot marketing Pennies for Points.  If I understand correctly, you can opt in to allow each purchase to be rounded up to the nearest dollar.  Essentially, round up and JetBlue keeps the rounded amount, and you are buying a few measly points.  Here are the T and C and FAQ.


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Pennies for Points™ Summary
Amount for your current billing cycle
$0.00
0TrueBlue® points

Year to date amount
$0.00
0TrueBlue® points

Your threshold is currently set at:
$0

Use your JetBlue Plus Card
Every 2 cents you round up earns 1 TrueBlue point
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Pennies for Points™ History

Date   Purchases   Purchase amount   Round Up Amount
Your threshold is set to $0. If you would like to participate , click on the 'Adjust your threshold' button above.
Regardless of the occurrence of fraud, returns or the resolution of disputed purchases we will calculate the Pennies for Points™ Amount based on all purchases that posted to your Account. If at the time of calculating the Pennies for Points™ Amount, there is inadequate credit line to include the full Pennies for Points™ Amount, we will include the amount available up to your credit line. In the event there is no credit line available, we will not include any Pennies for Points™ Amount for that billing cycle. In either case, the Pennies for Points™ Amount for that billing cycle will be forfeited. Please note, even though any Pennies for Points™ Amount that is posted to your Account will not cause you to go over your credit line, any interest and fees that bill to your Account after the close of your billing cycle could cause your total balance to exceed your credit line.

Pennies for Points™ FAQs
What is Pennies for Points™?
Pennies for Points™ is a benefit we are testing on select JetBlue credit card accounts. If you choose to participate, Pennies for Points™ allows you to round up purchases to the nearest dollar to get additional TrueBlue® points. Participation in Pennies for Points™ is optional. You can choose the maximum amount you want to round up (Threshold) per statement period anywhere from $1 to $500 to participate. At the end of each statement period, all rounded up amounts will be totaled and appear as a Pennies for Points™ purchase on your statement, included in your Statement Balance and reflected in your Points Summary
How does Pennies for Points™ work?
In order to participate in Pennies for Points™, you must log in to your account at jetbluemastercard.com/Roundup and set your Threshold to the maximum dollar amount you'd like to round up each statement period. You can set your Threshold to any dollar amount from $1 to $500. At the end of each statement period, all rounded up amounts will be totaled and appear as a Pennies for Points™ purchase transaction on your statement, included in your Statement Balance and reflected in your Points Summary. The points you acquire through Pennies for Points™ each statement period will then be transferred, along with the other TrueBlue® points that you earned, to your TrueBlue® account.
What happens if my total points acquired through Pennies for Points™ at the end of the statement period is not a whole number? Will the total be rounded up?
How do I participate in Pennies for Points™?
To participate in Pennies for Points™, you’ll need to set the Threshold to any dollar amount from $1 to $500 at jetbluemastercard.com/Roundup. If you do not wish to participate in Pennies for Points™, do nothing. The Threshold that appears on your account at the end of each billing cycle will be used as the Threshold for your next billing cycle.
Will I be charged interest on the Pennies for Points™ round up amount?
Are the points I get from Pennies for Points™ different from the other points that I earn with my JetBlue Mastercard®?
No, they are the same. The points you get from Pennies for Points™ are TrueBlue® points, just like the points you earn through your purchases. Pennies for Points™ simply gives you the opportunity to acquire additional TrueBlue® points.
Can I adjust the amount rounded up each statement period?
How can I adjust the maximum amount rounded up each statement period?
What happens if there is a fraudulent, returned or disputed purchase on my account?
What happens if I am approaching, or have exceeded my credit line during a statement period?
How can I track my Pennies for Points™ purchases?
Do purchases made by authorized users count towards Pennies for Points™?
What happens if I don’t meet my maximum amount each statement period? Will I still get TrueBlue® points through Pennies for Points™?
What is the last day purchases will qualify for Pennies for Points™?
Terms and Conditions
Offer is valid for select cardmembers and is not transferable. If your account is closed or you switch to another product during the promotional period, you may no longer be eligible for this promotion. Eligible cardmembers who register for Pennies for Points™ will have each purchase rounded up to the nearest dollar, and the rounded up charge will be used to acquire TrueBlue® points. The rounded up charge will be based on the purchase amount on the posting date. This offer is valid for purchases that post to your account from July 31, 2020 through October 31, 2020. To be eligible for this promotion the cardmember’s account must be open, active and in good standing throughout the entire promotional period. Purchases made during periods when the account is delinquent, or the account is otherwise not in Good Standing do not qualify for this offer. Regardless of the occurrence of fraud, returns or the resolution of disputed purchases we will calculate the Pennies for Points™ Amount based on all purchases that posted to your Account. If your credit line is inadequate to include the full Pennies for Points™ round-up amount for a statement period, you may not be able to participate in the Pennies for Points™ promotion. We will include the round-up amount available up to your credit line. In the event there is no credit line available, we will not include any Pennies for Points™ Amount for that billing cycle or subsequent cycles during the promotional period. In either case, the Pennies for Points™ Amount for that billing cycle will be forfeited. Please note, even though any Pennies for Points™ Amount that is posted to your Account will not cause you to go over your credit line, any interest and fees that bill to your Account after the close of your billing cycle could cause your total balance to exceed your credit line. Please see the FAQs at jetbluemastercard.com/Rewardscenter for complete Pennies for Points™ details
Please see the Reward Rules at jetbluemastercard.com/Rewardscenter for complete reward details.
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Up In The Air / Re: How many miles have you flown?
« on: July 27, 2020, 07:59:44 PM »
2020 flights

JAN:
VCE-IST-CAI
CAI-AMM-TLV
TLV-YYZ
YYZ-BOS
BOS-LAX
LAX-BOS

FEB:
BOS-LAX
LAX-BOS
BOS-LAX

MARCH:
LAX-BOS
BOS-BUR
LGB-BOS
BOS-BUR

APRIL:
LAX-BOS
BOS-ORD-LAX

MAY:
LAX-PHX-BOS
BOS-DEN-LAX
LAX-PHX-BOS
BOS-DEN-LAX

JUNE:
LAX-PHX-BOS
BOS-LAX
LAX-JFK-BOS
BOS-LAX

JULY:
LAX-BOS
BOS-DEN-LAX
LAX-BZN
BZN-LAX

65,102 miles (so far)

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Up In The Air / Re: Aeroplan Summer Miles Offer
« on: July 21, 2020, 05:08:46 PM »
No, not seeing anything in J either.
Thanks.   

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Up In The Air / Re: Aeroplan Summer Miles Offer
« on: July 21, 2020, 04:37:12 PM »
@Yehudaa Congrats on the HT.  I can't seem to find any availability YYZ-TLV from 8/27 through 9/3.  Are you or anyone else seeing anything in that time period? 

ETA: looking for J. ;)

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Trip Reports / Re: Point Mugu State Park and Tierra Sur (Los Angeles)
« on: July 19, 2020, 11:29:23 PM »
There are lots more. The farther away from LA the emptier. Solstice Canyon, Escondido falls, Los Leones and Topanga canyon's Musch Trail are some of my favorites.
Thanks!

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Trip Reports / Re: Point Mugu State Park and Tierra Sur (Los Angeles)
« on: July 19, 2020, 11:21:02 PM »
not a far drive from there to Reagan Museum in Simi valley. Beautiful place, and whole family found it very interesting
Thanks.  Unfortunately, it’s closed for now, due to COVID-19.

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Trip Reports / Re: Point Mugu State Park and Tierra Sur (Los Angeles)
« on: July 19, 2020, 11:18:43 PM »
Nice mini TR and good points about TS being open. Have you checked out any of the meriad of hikes in the Santa Monica mountains that are way closer? Even Will Rogers SP has lots, and it's practically in Brentwood.
Thanks. We hiked Temescal Canyon about a month ago. Beautiful and convenient, but very crowded, even early (9am).

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Trip Reports / Re: Point Mugu State Park and Tierra Sur (Los Angeles)
« on: July 19, 2020, 07:49:33 PM »
Where was the hike specifically?
Ray Miller trailhead.

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Trip Reports / Re: Point Mugu State Park and Tierra Sur (Los Angeles)
« on: July 19, 2020, 07:47:33 PM »
That looks delicious!

How was the pareve cheese on the pizza?
Pareve cheese was not prominent — just enough to get a little gooey texture, which was an enhancement.  The focal point of the pizza was the veal sausage.  My DW said, “Who ever heard of having meat on pizza?” We all laughed. 

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Trip Reports / Point Mugu State Park and Tierra Sur (Los Angeles)
« on: July 19, 2020, 05:41:36 PM »
We rented a Honda Odyssey vía ZipCar, $100 for 24 hours. Picked it up from a lot at UCLA.  We drove from Brentwood to Point Mugu SP this morning.  Drive up PCH was about an hour at 8:30am.

Did a 5.5-mile hike — weather was perfect, views of the Pacific and the Santa Monica range glorious.   About 2 hours. Porta potties at the parking lot.  $10 parking all day. Lot half full.  Trail not too crowded.   About 1/3 people wearing masks.

Drive to Tierra Sur about 20 minutes.   Driving up, the place does not impress — like in the middle of an industrial park.  But once inside, it’s beautiful. Sat outdoors — fully covered and enclosed but great ventilation.  Lots of attention to COVID prevention. Lunch/bar menu.

Food did not disappoint.   
Sourdough Bread and garlic olive oil.
Casa salad 8.5/10
Pickled veggies 8/10
Sweet potatoes fries 9/10
Fries 9/10
Fish tacos 9/10
Pizza with veal sausage 10/10
Fried chicken sandwich 8/10
Pastrami burger 10/10. Huge piece of pastrami.

Regular burger with lamb bacon  8/10
Churros 9/10. Served with chocolate sauce that had a nice liquor flavor, berry sauce, and rice pudding sauce.
Lemon-peach tart 10/10. Perfect blend of sweet and tart.
Flourless chocolate cake with PB ice cream. 9/10. Cake is more like chocolate fudge.  The ice cream was 10/10.
Glass of Momentus Lineage sparkling white $14, 8.5/10
Glass of Lineage Choreograph, 9.5/10

Total bill (20% tip included)= $259.

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Los Angeles Master Thread
« on: July 15, 2020, 09:58:13 AM »
I’m here now. Live here.
Suggest not coming here now if you don’t need to.
Unless you are one of those people who like to drive into a storm instead of away from it.

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Los Angeles Master Thread
« on: July 12, 2020, 09:59:18 AM »
COVID-19 is surging in LA.  I won’t be surprised if hospitals and ICUs are full by early August.   By Labor Day, I would expect situation to be improving.  If you don’t have a specific need to travel, stay home. 

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Deals/Deal Requests / Starbucks BOGO 7/9/20 (after fast)
« on: July 08, 2020, 06:15:35 PM »
Tomorrow, in honor of 17 Tammuz:
BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE

The return of Happy Hour is sure to make your
summer a little sunnier. Handcrafted beverages,
grande or larger, are buy one, get one free from 2–7
p.m. tomorrow at participating stores. Try a S’mores
Frappuccino Blended Beverage, Iced Golden Ginger
Drink or the favorite you’ve been missing. Store hours
vary. Check the app or Starbucks.com for your
store’s hours of operation.

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Los Angeles Master Thread
« on: July 06, 2020, 10:33:40 AM »
Don't worry, to the best of my knowledge this hasn't been asked before. No Costcos have kosher bakeries in LA. The stores with kosher sections are in Culver City, Van Nuys and Burbank. There you can get meat, cheese, grape juice, matza, and other harder to find kosher things (that most Costcos don't stock). There are some general loaves of bread at all Costcos in SoCal that're kosher, such as Dave's Killer Bread, but you can find that at any Costco.
@yehoshua, you’re like the @TimT for the LA thread. Thank you.

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Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Los Angeles Master Thread
« on: July 06, 2020, 10:11:50 AM »
With apologies if this information is available up the thread, but can someone inform me which Costco has a kosher bakery and is most likely to have kosher items, such as package deli meat and cheese?  I would imagine Northridge is the best bet?

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