Good news frequent travelers, JetBlue wants you even if you belong to another airline's loyalty program.
Sorry airlines, JetBlue wants to get your loyal customers.
The airline is offering a Mosaic membership, or an upgraded rewards program, to fliers with a "certain status" on other airlines through 2014 (see qualifying airline programs below). If customers sign up and complete the Mosaic Challenge, the membership will be valid through 2015.
(Read more: Delta changing frequent flier miles plan)
The Mosaic Challenge is a 90-day contest to earn 3,750 base flight points. Contestants will get three points per $1 spent on an individual fare, which is equivalent to $1,250 worth of flights.
Some of the Mosaic membership perks are checking two bags for free and early boarding.
Qualifying airline loyalty programs:
Alaska Airlines: Mileage PlanTM MVP Gold or MVP Gold 75k
American Airlines: AAdvantage Platinum or Executive Platinum
Delta: SkyMiles Medallion Gold, Platinum or Diamond
Southwest: Rapid Rewards A-List Preferred or Companion Pass
United: MileagePlus Premier Gold, Platinum or Premier 1K
US Airways: Dividend Miles Preferred Gold, Platinum or Chairman
—By CNBC.com staff.