JetBlue is having one of their typical Tuesday sales with fares starting at $49. You must book by tomorrow night (Wednesday December 12) at 11:59pm for travel January 8 through February 13, 2013.

If you have any travel during that time, it is worth to see if there are any good fares for your route, or if you’ve already booked, if your flight has decreased in price. Remember, JetBlue will give you a credit for the price difference if you call them up and request it.

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  • Rebecca D. said,

    Will JetBlue still give me a credit if I booked my flight through Travelocity? And if so, I just call up JB and ask for the price adjustment? Granted, I’m talking about a JFK-BOS flight that I paid $71.80 for that is now $49, but still curious.

  • dealswelike said,

    @Rebecca – That I am not sure. I suggest calling JetBlue and inquiring.

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