$49 JetBlue Fare Sale! Plus, Cheap Fares for your 75,000 JetBlue Points!!

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JetBlue is having a sale with flights starting at $49 one way. This is for travel August 22 through November 17, 2016. While the terms state that the sale fares excludes Friday and Sunday travel, I see many routes where every day of the week is discounted. So if you are looking to travel any day during the week I still suggest looking into this sale as you might be pleasantly surprised. This JetBlue sale is going on through end of day tonight, July 14, 2016.

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Remember, you have 24 hours to cancel a flight after it is booked for a full refund if you want to “book now and figure it out later.” If your plans are flexible, use the JetBlue Fare Finder which will give you the cheapest price for every day of the month.

Already booked a flight and the price went down? Also, if you’ve booked a flight in the past 14 days and the fare price has decreased, give JetBlue a call and they’ll give you a credit voucher for the price difference.

Take Advantage for 75,000 Bonus Points!!!

This is a great sale to look into to see if there are any cheap flights available to take advantage of the AMAZING JetBlue bonus offer that was announced a few weeks ago. You can read more about it here, but unfortunately the registration date has ended. If you did register (and were approved) for the promotion, you must take a roundtrip flight by August 31, 2016 to earn your “matched” points. Due to this sale, I was able to find $90 roundtrip flights from Boston to Newark. With my parents and two little ones in tow, I am flying into Newark and 30 minutes flying back home! This mileage run is going to earn all five of us 75,000 JetBlue points EACH, worth approx $5,500 TOTAL!

Comments

  1. Do you know whether I can book a JetBlue flight, not fly, and still have it count for the 75k promo I was lucky enough to get? I fly out of Chicago and have checked many flights from there and they’re all 2-3x as expensive as I can get elsewhere.
    Thanks!
    Charlie

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