Fly for a month for $499
JetBlue reprises its 'All You Can Jet' pass with unlimited trips for a month. It's $699 if you fly Fridays and Sundays.
JetBlue is repeating its All You Can Jet promotion, offering a month's worth of unlimited flights for $699. If you don't fly Fridays or Sundays, you can get the deal for $499.
The pass is good for travel between Sept. 7 and Oct. 6 and is on sale through Friday, Aug. 20, or until supplies run out.
The promotion was wildly popular last year and sold out early. People used the pass for all kinds of travel, from tours of music venues to job searches, The Associated Press reported. The airline garnered a lot of publicity as people shared their travels on sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
The pass, which sold for $599 last year, is an even better deal this year, because airfares have risen, George Hobica, founder of AirfareWatchdog.com, told AP.
Whether it's a good deal for you depends on where you want to go. You can check out JetBlue's routes here. The airline flies to more than 60 cities in the U.S., the Caribbean and Latin America. The price of the pass includes taxes and fees on domestic flights but not international flights.
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This year, you have to buy the pass online and you must join the airline's TrueBlue frequent-flier program. Once you've bought the pass, you must book your flights online at least three days in advance, starting Aug. 23. Here are the rest of the rules.
Smarter Travel lists the pros and cons of the promotion, and reminds us that JetBlue allows the first checked bag to fly free.
I've found flying JetBlue to be a good experience, with on-time flights, individual TVs at each seat and a little more legroom than on some other airlines. The airline misplaced my luggage once this summer and delivered it to my house the next day, plus gave me a $30 credit toward a future flight. And I've never seen a flight attendant activate the emergency slide to make a quick exit.
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