JetBlue handing out Mosaic status to select members

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If you’ve had JetBlue Mosaic status in the past, but fell short for earning it for 2022, you may be in luck. It seems as though JetBlue is extending status to select customers for the rest of the year, even if it wasn’t earned the hard way. My husband, for example, is one of those lucky recipients.

In 2021, my husband flew one roundtrip flight on JetBlue (on a points reservation) and hardly spent anything on his JetBlue credit card. Even though he earns Mosaic status every year, we decided to not put in the effort to maintain status. Fortunately, this hard work paid out.

To see if you received an extension, search your email with the subject title “You’re as good as blue for 2022.”

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While JetBlue Mosaic status truly doesn’t mean nearly as much as it used to, since Blue fares are now refundable, it is still better than nothing.

The real benefit for 2022 is that those with Mosaic status will now receive complimentary ‘Even More Space’ upgrades. All you have to do is book an Even More Space seat for 200 points and after you sly, you’ll receive a 200 point rebate. These seats are further up in the plane and have more leg room.

One nice benefit we just received by having Mosaic status was that we were able to use the Mosaic check-in line during our recent trip to Aruba. While this doesn’t sound anything too great, it did allow us to avoid about an hour wait in line. It also allowed us to check our back that was slightly over 50lbs without any extra fees — Mosaic members are allowed bags to be up to 70lbs.

While I am truly not sure how much we are going to fly this year, having Mosaic status in our back pocket will make traveling that much easier when we do.

Anyone else receive a nice surprise from JetBlue today?

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