[Ends Tonight] JetBlue Flash Sale: Flights from $54 one-way
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[Ends Tomorrow] JetBlue Flash Sale: Flights from $54 one-way

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Take advantage of this JetBlue flash sale for cheap flights in 2021! Book select flights from as low as $54 one-way for travel March through June 2021. See the full list of flights on sale here, and visit jetBlue.com to book. Book by tomorrow, February 11th at 11:59 PM ET.

Remember: Any JetBlue flight booked through February 28, 2021 can be changed or canceled without a fee. Canceled flights will get a travel credit for jetBlue.

Thrifty Tip: Never flown jetBlue? Check out our review.

 

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How to Search & Book

  • Search and book online at jetBlue.com
  • Book by February 11th at 11:59 PM ET
  • Travel between March 1 – June 17, 2021 (excluding Fri & Sun travel)
  • Blackout dates: March 25 – April 24
  • Lowest available fare (Blue Basic, otherwise Blue) only on sale
  • Different or additional day of week restrictions, travel windows, and blackout dates may apply
  • See full terms and conditions on the jetBlue website

 

What You Get on JetBlue Flights

  • Free gate to gate high-speed WiFi on all of their flights.
  • Each seat offers free in-flight entertainment (IFE) with DirecTV live satellite television (on their new retrofitted aircraft).
  • The most legroom of any US carrier throughout the entire cabin at 32″-34″ (1-3″ more than Delta)

Thrifty Tip: JetBlue has rolled out its ‘Basic Blue’ fares, its version of basic economy that comes with some major restrictions. Make sure you know what you’re getting when you pay.

 

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