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  1. Steven Sullivan
    Steven Sullivan at |

    Well that hurts. I earned a few thousand B6 points with that one. It was kind of fun earning points in there programs by combining this with MileagePlus X gift cards, and paying for those with a card from a third program.

  2. Jeff
    Jeff at |

    what a damn shame. loved this.

  3. Sice
    Sice at |

    Yeah, it’s bad news to lose this. At the same time it was a pretty restrictive arrangement anyway, but at least it got me a fair number of points. At least my Amazon shopping experience will be faster now, no need to add things to my cart, log into B6 and hit the Amazon shopping link, then back to cart to purchase…if that can be viewed as a silver lining 🙁

  4. Paul Brown
    Paul Brown at |

    This hurts.

  5. Oliver
    Oliver at |

    > It is unclear if this change is a result of Amazon deciding it wants to pay out less in commission to JetBlue for the transactions
    > or if JetBlue is choosing to keep more of those profits for themselves.

    Uh, dumb question time: how is JetBlue planning to keep more profits from me if they don’t offer me an incentive to use their referral link? There isn’t a snowball’s chance in hell that I am going to first go to the Jetblue page, find the darn link, and the shop on Amazon. So no profit from me. And I am not planning on flying B6 to shop Amazon (given that B6 doesn’t serve my local airport, I have basically just collected B6 points because it’s pretty much the only thing I could collect when shopping on Amazon, but I have yet to fly them).


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