JetBlue Airways has replaced a points-pooling feature limited to family members with one that allows passengers to set up groups with between two and seven members of their choice. "Customers determine the pool that works best for them, helping points rack up even faster with a program that's even easier to manage," said Marty St. George, an executive vice president at JetBlue.
JetBlue's new points-pooling option for friends and families
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