Jet Blue wants business travellers with elite-level status on other US airlines to give its Mosaic loyalty programme a test run.
The airline recently announced that its Status Match programme will extend Mosaic membership for the remainder of 2017, to qualifying travellers currently enrolled in one of the following schemes:
- Virgin America: Elevate Silver or Elevate Gold
- Alaska Airlines: Mileage Plan, MVP Gold, or MVP Gold 75k
- American Airlines: AAdvantage Platinum, AAdvantage Platinum Pro, or AAdvantage Executive Platinum
- Delta SkyMiles: Medallion Silver, Gold, Platinum or Diamond
- Southwest Airlines: Rapid Rewards A-List Preferred or Companion Pass
- United Mileage Plus: Premier Silver, Gold, Platinum or Premier 1K
To qualify, travellers must be enrolled in Jet Blue’s True Blue programme and provide proof of membership in a rival scheme, such as a copy of a current account statement or membership card.
Applications for Status Match can be completed online here.
Those who sign up will also be enrolled in the Mosaic Challenge, which will extend Mosaic membership throughout 2018 to travellers who earn 3,750 True Blue base points within 90 days of signup.
All True Blue members can sign up for the Mosaic Challenge regardless of their elite status with other airlines, Jet Blue noted.
Travellers earn three True Blue base points for every dollar spent on Jet Blue flights.
Mosaic benefits include up to two free checked bags and no fees for flight cancellations.