Jet Opinions Review: Path To Free JetBlue Tickets?

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Jet Opinions is a pinch different than most survey companies I talk about as it’s tied in with a company that isn’t the market research field, JetBlue Airways.  The panel was created solely for frequent flyers as a way to add TrueBlue® points to their account.

If you fly JetBlue frequently and may have received an invite and/or heard about it, you may be curious as to what this platform is like and if it’s worth your time.

If you like sharing your opinions and you want to earn TrueBlue® points, let’s take a gander and see if this panel is worth joining.

What is Jet Opinions?

Jet Opinions is operated by JetBlue airlines and works a lot like the many survey sites I have researched/reviewed in the past.  You take a survey, you get rewarded.

Now, you may be wondering why JetBlue is offering this program.  And, the answer is simple — for money, of course!

Every time you complete a survey, JetBlue gets a kickback and they then share a portion of the profits with you.  You get points, they get cash, and everyone is happy.  This is pretty much how all of these companies work.

How to Join Jet Opinions

The process to sign up with Jet Opinions is very easy.  All you need to do is fill out a simple profile, most of which asks for your personal information such as your name, address, email, etc.  The key field here, however, is your TrueBlue account number.  Make sure you have an account as this is how you’re going to be rewarded.  Without it, you won’t be able to sign up.

And, if you don’t have a TrueBlue account number, you can sign up for one for free on the official JetBlue website.  It only takes 30 seconds to get a number.

The entire sign-up process takes about three minutes at most, and after you’re done, you can access your dashboard immediately.

Joining is 100% free and is only open to US residents only.  You must be 18+ years old to join.

Your Jet Opinions Dashboard

After you sign up, you can access your dashboard, which will look something like this on your desktop…

As you can see, it’s fairly straightforward.

Near the top, you can view your surveys, your badges as well as access a help menu if need be.  Since most of your points are earned by the surveys, all you will need to do is scroll down slightly to your “My Surveys” section to start answering questions.  Here, you can see how long the survey takes, what kind of survey it is as well as how many points you can earn.

Jet Opinions Surveys

Now, the thing about Jet Opinions is that they don’t offer unique surveys.  Rather, it appears they are partnered with Dynata, one of the larger research firms out there.  If you have ever completed a survey before, you will notice a lot of the surveys you take here come from the same provider.  The only difference is that you will get rewarded in TrueBlue® points, not cash.

How many surveys will I get?

This greatly depends on your demographic, but what I found is that you will always see surveys on your dashboard, however, you won’t qualify for all of them.  To be safe, plan on qualifying for about 10-20% of the surveys you complete.  You should see at least 30+ survey invites a day.

How much can I make?

Remember, you won’t make cash; instead, you will earn TrueBlue® points.  These points can be redeemed for JetBlue flights in the future.  Most surveys range anywhere from 30 to 150+ points.  These points, according to multiple valuations I have read online, tend to be worth about a penny each.  So, in theory, a 30 point survey is worth $0.30.  I would say you could average anywhere from 50 to 300+ points a day if you were to complete a few surveys a day.  Don’t expect to get rich.

Jet Opinions Rewards

Redeeming your points couldn’t be any easier.  In fact, it’s one of the easiest to understand.

Every time you complete a survey and get rewarded, the TrueBlue® points you earn will be transferred to your account in 30 minutes.  Then, once they post, you can do whatever you please inside your JetBlue account.

So, in a sense, you can earn free JetBlue airline tickets just for answering survey questions.

The Pros and Cons

As always, I try to collect as many pros and cons as I can and include them in an easy-to-read format.  Here’s what I found…

The Pros

  • easy way to earn TrueBlue® points
  • free to join
  • very easy to use

The Cons

  • can only earn TrueBlue® points
  • some surveys take longer than noted

Final Thoughts

If you’re a fan of TrueBlue® points and want points and nothing else, then it could be one to consider.  However, I’m going to pass on this one as I would rather have the cash instead of points.  At least with cash, I could buy a JetBlue ticket if I needed it.  Seeing the points are worth about a penny each, this is about the same value if you were going to get cash.  At least with the cash, it’s versatile and I can purchase anything.

While there’s nothing wrong with Jet Opinions, I would advise that you sign up with Swagbucks instead.  They offer the same sort of surveys and pay cash instead.  Then, when you do cash out, you can buy anything as you please, not just JetBlue tickets.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. You won't find gimmicks here. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I graduated from Arizona State University, and I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.


  • DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR INFORMATION. I registered with Jet Opinions and it was a total waste of time. Every time that I completed a survey, it said that it was not what the questioner was looking for. I have no idea if the surveys that I completed honored the work that I put into the questionnaire, but I really doubt it. To me this was a scam just to get free marketing information and not award points by saying it was not what questioner wanted.

    • It is not a scam, I have been doing surveys for about 2 years now and I can tell you it is not a scam. I have used my jetblue points to fly my daughter to NY and only paid the tax on the tickets. I also flew from Orlando to NY and paid $5.60 which was the tax on the ticket.

      • Yeah and how much time have you been cheated out of after they tell you that you don’t qualify to finish the survey. Better off getting a part time job and paying for flights.

  • Oddly, after doing surveys for a couple of years with Jet Opinions, suddenly whenever I go there it’s “Thank you for your interest in taking a survey!

    Unfortunately there are no available surveys for you right now. Please try again later.” It’s been that way for a couple of months now. Is the site down? Did I hit some unspecified maximum amount of points? Is anyone still able to take surveys?

  • I completely agree with Dave W. JetOpinions is likely only about 25 percent legit. You can spend 18 minutes on a 25 minute survey for 60 points and then they’ll tell you, “Your responses did not qualify you to continue the survey” (I’m paraphrasing) but then you get kicked off. The default reward is 3 JetBlue points. So you end up providing them time and research content and they end up not paying out the reward. For reference, this has happened to me about 75 percent of the time.