JetBlue: $599 all-you-can-fly month-long pass

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JetBlue just announced a potentially great deal for those intending to travel in September and early October. The deal is $599 for an All-You-Can-Jet Pass to any JetBlue destination during the airline’s traditional slow period of September 8 to October 8. Passes are available through August 21 or while supplies last and are good for any available seat. You must call JetBlue (1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583), option 4) to buy the pass.

Additional information regarding the passes:

  • Call 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583), option 4. You do not have to be a TrueBlue member at the time of purchase, but a TrueBlue number is required to book all flights.
  • Domestic taxes and fees included
  • International and Puerto Rico taxes and fees not included
  • Each flight must be booked no later than 11:59 p.m. MDT three days prior to the flight’s scheduled departure.
  • Nonrefundable/nontransferable/no name changes permitted
  • Customers who already have a flight booked during the pass travel period can pay the difference to upgrade to the pass by calling 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583), prompt 4.
    Each All-You-Can-Jet Pass is eligible for 35 TrueBlue points. Flights booked on the pass are not available for additional TrueBlue points.
  • You may only book one flight per city per day; if a violation of this policy is found, JetBlue will honor only the last booking made and cancel the customer’s other bookings from that city on that day.
  • To change or cancel All-You-Can-Jet Pass travel:
    Greater than three (3) days before a flight: $0 change/cancellation fees
    Less than three (3) days before a flight: JetBlue’s standard change/cancel fees apply
    In the case of a no-show, the customer’s pass will be placed on hold, any reserved pass flights will be canceled, and no new flight segments wil be able to be booked until the customer pays a $100 no-show penalty.
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