Today Only: $31 JetBlue Fares for Halloween!

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JetBlue is offering a two-day only sale with $31 fares if you are looking to fly on Halloween day! If you have any flexibility and you are looking to get away tomorrow, this is an unavailable deal. I personally won’t be taking advantage as my kids have been looking forward to trick-or-treating for months now. But, I am definitely jealous of those who can!

There are actually a ton of routes to/from Boston, so if you are looking to head over to Salem during Halloween this is a great opportunity! Just note that there is supposed to be a huge rain storm!

Already booked a flight and the price went down with this JetBlue sale?

If you’ve booked a flight in the past 5 days and the fare price has decreased for tomorrow flight, give JetBlue a call and they’ll give you a credit voucher for the price difference. The voucher is valid for 12 months from the day it is earned and can be used for any passenger. Or, if you’ve booked within the past 24 hours, you can cancel for no fee and re-book.

Additionally, if you are a JetBlue Mosaic member, you can reprice your ticket at any point. Just call the JetBlue Mosaic number and they reprice your ticket for you and all passengers on your itinerary for the lower fare price. This works for both paid and point reservations and is one of the best reasons to have Mosaic status. Related posts: JetBlue Flight Went Down in Price, Get a Credit BackJetBlue Went Down in Points, Get Your Points Back

Get out of the rain in Boston and head to Puerto Rico for just $31!

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This is a great promotion for those with flexibility. Comment below if you are able to take advantage!

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