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JetBlue Launches Two New Credit Cards for Puerto Rican Residents

If you’re a JetBlue flyer and live in Puerto Rico, you now have two new options to earn TrueBlue points with a credit card.

The Puerto Rican bank Popular has teamed with JetBlue to launch the $0-annual-fee JetBlue Mastercard and the $99-annual-fee JetBlue Mastercard Eleva. Here’s what to know about the new cards:

JetBlue Mastercard Eleva

The JetBlue Mastercard Eleva offers the following ongoing rewards:

  • 3X TrueBlue points per $1 spent on JetBlue purchases.

  • 1X points on all other purchases.

New cardholders are eligible for the following sign-up bonus: Earn 25,000 welcome bonus points when you spend $3,000 on purchases in the first 90 days.

Perks of the JetBlue Mastercard Eleva include:

  • $100 annual statement credit on the purchase of a JetBlue Vacations package of $100 or more.

  • 50% savings on eligible in-flight food and drink purchases.

  • 0% introductory APR for 12 months on balance transfers made in the first 90 days, with $0 balance transfer fee. After that, a variable APR will apply.

  • 1.99% introductory APR on purchases made in the first six months. After that, a variable APR will apply.

The card also allows you to attain TrueBlue Mosaic status after you spend $50,000 in purchases each calendar year.

JetBlue Mastercard

The JetBlue Mastercard earns rewards at the following rates:

  • 2X TrueBlue points per $1 spent on JetBlue purchases.

  • 1X points on all other purchases.

New cardholders can earn the following bonus: 5,000 welcome bonus points when you spend $1,000 during the first 90 days.

Perks of the JetBlue Mastercard include:

  • $50 annual statement credit on the purchase of a JetBlue Vacations package of $50 or more.

  • 50% savings on eligible in-flight food and drink purchases.

  • 0% introductory APR for 12 months on balance transfers made in the first 90 days, with $0 balance transfer fee. After that, a variable APR will apply.

  • 1.99% introductory APR on purchases made in the first six months. After that, a variable APR will apply.

JetBlue’s footprint in Puerto Rico

Based in New York, JetBlue is the largest airline in Puerto Rico. The capital of San Juan is serviced by 11 nonstop JetBlue routes and several dozens of connecting cities.

“Connecting the dreams of our customers to financial solutions is an important part of Popular’s culture, which is why we partnered with JetBlue to create these two new products that offer great benefits,” said Solimar Cedeño, vice president of retail lending for Popular Bank, in a news release. “Although the pandemic has modified our behaviors, clients can plan for the future and eventually travel when they decide to do so.”

JetBlue enthusiasts in Puerto Rico and the mainland alike can enjoy the ability to pool TrueBlue points with up to seven friends and family members, plus the opportunity to use points to fly JetBlue’s luxury Mint cabin.

This article originally appeared on NerdWallet