JetBlue is getting in the Halloween spirit with one-way flights starting as low as $31 for travel this fall and winter.
This “Monster Sale” includes tons of roundtrip routes priced under $100 for weekday travel between Nov. 2, 2022, and Feb. 15, 2023. While the sale is advertised for travel on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, you may find some routes with availability on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays as well. Unfortunately, travel around the holidays is blacked out.
The cheapest fares in this JetBlue flash sale are JetBlue basic economy fares or “Blue Basic” – which do not include a carry-on bag, seat assignment, or free changes. But if you want to capitalize on these cheap fares, don't wait! The sale ends this Thursday, Oct. 27 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
It includes some rare, cheap, sub-$100 fares to Orlando (MCO) and Savannah (SAV) from New York City (LGA). But not all destinations are available from all departure cities. You'll find the best availability at $31 each way flying in and out of Boston (BOS), Los Angeles (LAX), New York (LGA), and Washington, D.C. (DCA).
See the full list of flights on sale here to book by Thursday night!
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Here are a handful of deals included in the sale from New York (LGA), for example.
Here are a few options available from Boston (BOS), including $31 flights each way to Baltimore (BWI), Newark (EWR), and Raleigh (RDU).
Residents of Washington, D.C.-Reagan (DCA) can get down to Florida starting from just $31 each way to Ft. Lauderdale (FLL).
This deal also stretches out to cities on the West Coast with flights from Los Angeles (LAX) to both Las Vegas (LAS) and San Francisco (SFO) as low as $31 each way.
How to Search & Book
- Search and book online at jetBlue.com
- Book by Thursday, Oct. 27 at 11:59 p.m. ET
- Travel between Nov. 2 and Feb. 15
- Blackout dates: Nov. 18 to Nov. 28 & Dec. 16 to Jan. 3
- 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
Here's an example booking of a roundtrip flight from New York City to Orlando in early January – a great time to escape the cold in New York!
Here's another crazy cheap fare to fly between Los Angeles and San Francisco this fall.
What You Get on JetBlue Flights
The lowest fares are mostly JetBlue basic economy fares – aka “Blue Basic,” its version of basic economy that comes with some major restrictions. These fares do not include a free carry-on (personal item only) and are not eligible for fee-free changes and cancellations for a voucher. Make sure you know what you're getting when you pay and upgrade to more-inclusive Blue fares if you want.
For example, if you want to fly from Washington D.C. to Ft. Lauderdale with a carry-on bag, upgrading to a standard economy “Blue” fare means you'll need to pay double the price of a basic economy fare.
However, all JetBlue flights do include:
- Free gate to gate high-speed Wi-Fi 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 to 34 inches (up to 3 inches more than even Delta)
JetBlue's latest sale is one of its best of the year. Basic economy fares start from just $31 each way for travel through mid-February.
As per usual, holiday travel dates are blacked out and it can cost twice as much if you'd like to upgrade from JetBlue's restrictive basic economy fare to a standard economy fare. Be sure to book by Thursday, Oct. 27, when this sale ends.