Win a Free Year of Flying from JetBlue!

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JetBlue is giving away 3 all you can jet passes where if you win, you and a companion can fly anywhere you so desire on JetBlue for an entire year! Entering is quite easy – between now and December 15, 2017 for every non-refundable ticket you purchase directly through JetBlue.com, you’ll be entered into the contest.  Winners will be notified on December 27th,

Now, if you are not booking any JetBlue flights within the next two weeks, you can always send in an entry. You can enter 15 times (maximum of one entry per envelope, per day). All you have to do is hand print your complete name, your address, your daytime and evening phone number, and a valid email address. This must be done on a 3″x5″ piece of paper. Send it to: All You Can Jet Sweepstakes c/o Centra 360, 1400 Old Country Road, Suite 417, Westbury, NY 11590. It must be postmakred by 12/15/2017.

Some things to know:

  • The All You Can Jet pass is good for travel for one year, between February 1, 2018, and January 31, 2019
  • There are no blackout dates and no limit on the number of flights you can take
  • You can swap your travel companion as many times you’d like
  • Your travel companion must always travel with you on the same JetBlue itinerary (they cannot travel alone)
  • A roundtrip flight will enter you into the contest two times
  • You must be a legal resident of the United States (including D.C. and Puerto Rico)
  • You must be at least 18 years old
  • You cannot be a JetBlue employee, employee of Centra360 (or have an immediately family member)

 

 

Comments

  1. Some other things to keep in mind:

    1. The pass only waives the base rate. You are still responsible for taxes and fees.

    2. They will issue you a 1099-MISC for the ARV of the pass, which is $20K, so someone in the 35% tax bracket would potentially have to pay up to a $7K tax bill for “winning”. For some, it could be worth it, but if you have a regular job and and in a high tax bracket, it’s questionable whether you’d be able to take advantage of enough “free” travel to cover the $7K+ in expenses winning would end up costing you.

    I will probably have my college-age daughter (who basically has no earnings and files JFK-LAX for school enter), but it’s a pass for me (no pun intended). 🙂

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