JetBlue’s Latest Sale Has Flights Across the U.S. For As Low As $39 — but You’ll Have to Book Soon
The sale must be booked by Oct. 12.
JetBlue is putting flights on sale in time for fall and winter getaways with travel starting as low as $39.
The sale, which starts on Tuesday and must be booked by Oct. 12, is valid on travel on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from Oct. 17 through Feb. 13, 2024, JetBlue shared with Travel + Leisure. The sale is not valid from Nov. 21 through Nov. 28 or from Dec. 19 through Jan. 9, 2024.
“At JetBlue, we are always looking for opportunities for our customers to experience our low fares and great service,” Jayne O’Brien, head of marketing and loyalty, JetBlue told Travel + Leisure. “With the Fall Real Sale, we hope customers delight in these great deals on travel to help them plan and save before the end of year.”
Fly between Newark and Miami, Orlando and Washington D.C., Fort Lauderdale and Charleston, Los Angeles and San Francisco, and more starting at just $39 each way, or splurge on a ski getaway with one-way flights to Salt Lake City starting at just $119 from Boston and $79 from Fort Lauderdale.
Travelers can also escape to warmer climates with flights from Fort Lauderdale to Cancun starting at just $99 and flights from Los Angeles to Puerto Vallarta also starting at just $99. Or island hop with flights from San Juan to Punta Cana starting at just $89 one-way.
JetBlue is also putting JetBlue Vacations trips on sale. Plan a getaway to Miami from Los Angeles, for example, with round trip flights and a 2-night hotel stay starting at just $275 per person.
Travelers who book a Blue Basic fare are not permitted to bring a carry-on bag with them unless they are members of JetBlue’s Mosaic loyalty program, which the company recently overhauled. JetBlue has also welcomed Delta Air Lines status holders with a new loyalty matching program after Delta changed how passengers can earn status for next year, but unlike Delta, JetBlue doesn’t operate its own airport lounges.
Last week, JetBlue said it would provide complimentary Uber vouchers to customers who experience certain disruptions. The vouchers will be available in the United States for customers who experience a qualified flight delay of three hours or more or a cancellation due to something that was within JetBlue’s control.