JetBlue NYC 90 Degrees Plus Promo!

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For those in NYC (or the Northeast) you are well aware that this week is bringing a massive heatwave! Well JetBlue is having a pretty cool promotion out of NYC. If at 12PM the temperature in New York Central Park hits 90 degrees or more, JetBlue will offer a limited number of promotion codes good for 90% off the base fare of a roundtrip, nonstop JetBlue flight from JFK, LGA, or EWR airport.

Here are some of the terms:

  • Travel will be valid only on the departure and return dates specified for the particular promo code. Roundtrip purchase required. Must depart from/return to the same airport.
  • Only a very limited amount of promo codes will be available, so grab ‘em while it’s hot! Once they’re gone, well, they’re gone, or until the next time it hits 90°F this week! 

Looks like JetBlue will be using to determine the temp. After walking around yesterday in Central Park and seeing that the rest of the week will be hotter, my assumption is that these 90% off codes will definitely be available.

This promotion will run every day through July 20th, so we have have 5 chances of the 90% off codes! I love the creativity of JetBlue promotions!

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  1. Saw that it hit 90 after 12 PM and did not see any change to the site. Will the announce once they are available AND sold out?

  2. Its 91 degrees in the park right now according toi and they have it at 89 on the promo site. Bunch of Hog Wash.

  3. i’m seeing the many of the fares are now in hundreds of dollars. JCK-ACK used to be $69 one way, now $250. Going to SFO? Over $1000. Great fares

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