JetBlue Mystery Offer: Between $30 and $300

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JetBlue is offering another two day only promotion where they have sent out targeted codes to select customers. Each unique code is for $30 to $300 off your next flight. They did this last Fall as well, however, some were getting offers up to $500!

Here are the terms:

  • Mystery savings: $20-$300 off total base fare
  • Enter promo code from email exactly as it appears (case sensitive)
  • Book by 11:59 PM ET on September 14, 2012
  • Travel now through November 7, 2012
  • Valid from U.S. point of origin only (including Puerto Rico)
  • One-time use only, cannot be combined with other offers, no partial redemptions
  • Not valid on previous bookings

How to book:

  • Promo codes can only be redeemed online at jetblue.com/promo
  • Search flights for travel through 11/7/12
  • Both outbound and return dates must fall within offer period (9/14-11/7/12) in order for discount to apply
  • You must select flights in order for discount to appear. Once selected you will see the discount amount displayed in the itinerary subtotal on the right side of the flights page
As usual, I did not receive the offer, but for those who did, enjoy! This would have come in handy for a flight I am about to book to New Orleans!
Also, if you received a code and will not be using it, feel free to send to me and I will run some fun giveaway later today to give out to those who could use the offer but did not receive the email.
Make sure to check your spam email! Anyone else receive the offer and where will you be flying? If similar to last time they did this, it might end up that the smaller amount offers are actually not unique codes and can be used by anyone. We will soon find out!
Thanks to reader Joey for sending this to me!

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  1. haha. Saw the email this morning (one of the reasons why I put up with getting emails from dozens of airline agencies) and got excited (thinking I might be lucky). After putting in the code it turned out to be only a $30 discount. Sad. Here’s the promo code (supposedly it’s reusable): 3QK3F4W2

    (Although the $75 off TFD posted in Philip’s link is way better.)

    @Dave: I didn’t get the discount to show up until after I chose flights. Did you walk yourself past the flight choice step?

  2. I got a flight for 28$ so i must have gotten a good code however that was only for my flight need to find second code that will do a good chunk for my boyfriends flight as well if anyone has one i would greatly appreciate it if they arent using it

  3. Are the $75 ones unique? Does anyone have that code? I’m lucky and got the $300 code but my fiance is trying to go on a trip with me and he only got the $20 one so he can’t go.

    • @Eniy – thanks for points that out. Ive taken down the comment just because I dot want this post to turn into a Craigslist forum. I’m sorry Leah!

  4. I found a way to make the $100+ coupons reusable. If you have one, please email me before you use it so that I may be able to reap the savings as well. I would really appreciate it!

  5. @dealswelike I found this on slickdeals-

    FOR CODES >$100 (one time use only) loophole:
    If you have multiple windows / tabs open, you can use THE SAME CODE for each window/tab but MAKE SURE ALL OF THEM ARE ON THE PAYMENT PAGE. Then you can hit submit for each tab and the $100 or whatever denomination would be applied to EACH OF THEM.Ā 

    Once the code is used, it cannot be inputted into the system. The trick is to input the code on each window/tab before USING IT. I did this last time for 4 flights. the $100 was subtracted from each itinerary.
    —–
    Hoping this info will help someone who has one of the bigger discounts and they wouldn’t mind booking at the same time as me šŸ™‚

  6. Is there anyone with a $300 code that’s not using it? I’m trying very hard to fly out of Long Beach to memphis on Sept.21 to Sept. 23 to see my grandmother for her 90th birthday…

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