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Breeze Airways Breezy Rewards: How to earn and redeem points

Breeze Airways is a newer domestic low-cost airline that commenced operations in 2021. It was founded by aviation legend David Neeleman, who also founded JetBlue Airways and WestJet.

Although the airline’s headquarters are in Utah, most of its operating bases are in eastern airports like Charleston International Airport (CHS), Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY), Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Norfolk International Airport (ORF).

While Breeze flights can be relatively inexpensive to book compared to flights on other U.S. airlines such as American Airlines, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines, can you save money by using points and miles to book Breeze Airways flights?

Keep reading to find out everything you need to know about earning and redeeming Breezy Rewards points.

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Breeze Airways Breezy Rewards overview

Breezy Rewards (formerly known as the BreezePoints Rewards program) is the loyalty program of Breeze Airways. BreezePoints, its currency, do not expire.

Overall, it is a simple loyalty program with fixed earning and redemption rates when flying Breeze. The program currently does not have airline partners, does not belong to an alliance and has no elite status levels.

Breeze offers four fares — the cheapest, basic No Flex fare and then Nice, Nicer and Nicest bundles that correspond with coach, extra-legroom coach and first-class, although each fare comes with different benefits like luggage allowances and included snacks.

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How to earn BreezePoints


You can join Breezy Rewards online for free. BreezePoints are earned on Breeze Airways cash fares as follows:

  • Earn 5 points per dollar on Nicer and Nicest bundles (excluding fees and taxes).
  • Earn 2 points per dollar on Nice bundles (including taxes and fees).
  • Earn 1 point per dollar on No Flex fare purchases (including taxes and fees).

Breezy Rewards members will earn 5 BreezePoints per dollar spent on add-ons like carry-on and checked baggage, seat selection, and pet-in-cabin purchases.

You can also earn BreezePoints with the Breeze Easy™ Visa Signature® Credit Card described below.

The information for the Breeze Easy credit card has been collected independently by The Points Guy. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer.

How to redeem BreezePoints


To redeem points, log in to your Breezy Rewards account when booking your trip.

On the payment page, you will be given the option to use your BreezePoints to cover some or all of the cost of your travel.

You may only book using BreezePoints from one account at a time.

BreezePoints are currently worth 1 cent per point toward fares or other purchases with Breeze; however, the airline hopes to improve the program over time to offer more ways to earn and redeem the points, which may lead to some more lucrative redemption options.

One major plus of using BreezePoints is that you can redeem points to also pay for taxes and fees, a rarity among airline loyalty programs. Additionally, if you don’t have enough points or don’t want to redeem all of your points, you can adjust how many reward points you’d like to spend.

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Breeze Airways credit cards

A Breeze Airways Airbus A220.

While Breezy Rewards is not a transfer partner of any major credit card programs, it has a cobranded credit card.

The Breeze Easy Visa Signature Credit Card, issued by Barclays U.S., has an $89 annual fee and earns:

  • 10 BreezePoints per dollar spent on Nicer and Nicest fare bundles, along with add-on purchases (5 points per dollar when the flight is purchased and 5 additional points per dollar once the flight is completed)
  • 4 BreezePoints on Nice fare bundles (2 points per dollar when the flight is purchased and 2 additional points per dollar once the flight is completed)
  • 2 points per dollar on grocery store and restaurant purchases
  • 1 point per dollar on everything else

The card offers priority boarding and free inflight Wi-Fi on equipped planes for the cardholder and all passengers on the same reservation.

New cardholders can get a signup bonus of 50,000 BreezePoints after spending $2,000 in the first 90 days of card membership, along with 7,500 bonus anniversary points each year that they spend at least $10,000 on the card.

Cardholders can also upgrade to a Nice or Nicest bundle one-way with every $15,000 spent on the card per year, with no limit to the number of upgrades they can earn.

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Bottom line

Breezy Rewards is still a very young program for a newer airline. If you live near a Breeze operating base (or find yourself flying to one) and like the low-cost Breeze model, it is a no-brainer to join its loyalty program and earn BreezePoints.

While there are currently no ways to get outsize value from your points, they are fairly easy to earn and redeem if you fly Breeze regularly, especially with the bonus of the cobranded credit card.

If you want to fly in premium classes to foreign destinations with your airline points, you may consider an airline with a larger loyalty program.