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JetBlue's All You Can Fly Special

Become a Jet-Setter With JetBlue's All-You-Can-Fly Special

JetBlue is making it possible for passengers to become true jet-setters with the airline's new all-you-can-fly special. For $599 (taxes not included), travelers can purchase a pass that allows them to fly to any of JetBlue's 56 destinations in the US, Mexico, South America, and the Caribbean, for travel between Sept. 8 and Oct. 8. Flights must be booked within three days of travel.

The all-you-can-fly pass is for sale until Aug. 21, and there's just enough time to put in a vacation request to your employer. You don't want to buy the pass and then find out that your boss had a vacation planned for the same time, making the chances of approval for your request slim to none.

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esmerb esmerb 8 years
I LOVE the idea! Yay JetBlue!
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
pearsbeary - it's good for ppl who travel for business - which is what i think part of the goal here is for. there are a lot of 'commuter' type flights that seem to be in line with what folks travel and that would be helpful. i think that it's a pretty good idea - i think that the only problem that i have is that i'd really prefer to fly on the airline that i get real elite points/miles for and jet blue isn't it :(
Antioxidant Antioxidant 8 years
But, erm... it's JetBlue. Why can't a reputable airline do this?
pearsbeary pearsbeary 8 years
it's a good deal...but the notice is so short...not plausible for peeps with jobs
Chouette4u Chouette4u 8 years
That's really cool!
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