JetBlue 20th Birthday Sale: Fares as Low as $20

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JetBlue is having a sale for with fares starting at just $20 one way. If you are looking to getaway this winter, this is a good opportunity to see if any good JetBlue fares pop up. This is a two-day sale with fares valid through Wed. February 12, 2020. 

Also, if you want to use JetBlue points, this is also a good time to redeem. With JetBlue the number of points needed for a free flight is directly related to the price. So a less expensive flight means less points required. Typically, JetBlue points are worth about 1.5 cents per point, although that has changed slightly now that they have introduced JetBlue Basic Fares.

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 with this JetBlue sale?

If you’ve booked a flight in the past 5 days and the fare price has decreased, 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.

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 Back and JetBlue Went Down in Points, Get Your Points Back


This might great fare sale for those looking to book some last minute JetBlue flights. I personally didn’t see any great fares available for my upcoming travel plans, but if you have some flexibility, you might find some good opportunities.

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