JetBlue Sale! $78 or 3,600 Points Round-Trip

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Good news!  JetBlue is having a 2-day sale with tickets starting at $78 or 3,600 JetBlue points round-trip!

You must book your tickets by tomorrow, August 10, 2016, for travel between August 23, 2016, and November 17, 2016. 

And I bet lots of the routes will sell out quickly, so book soon!

JetBlue Sale 78 Or 3600 Points Round Trip

Fly Between Chicago and San Juan, Puerto Rico, for $258 Round-Trip With This 2-Day Sale From JetBlue

Here’s how to book this deal.

JetBlue 2-Day Sale

Link:   JetBlue Autumn’s Up Sale

There are dozens of routes included in JetBlue’s 2-day “Autumn’s Up” sale.  So if you’ve been waiting to plan a trip this Fall, it’s worth checking to see if your local airport is included in the sale!

The prices shown include taxes and fees.  But you must book your tickets by tomorrow, August 10, 2016, at 11:59 pm Eastern Time.

The sale prices are valid for travel between August 23, 2016, and November 17, 2016.  Different day of the week restrictions or blackout dates apply depending on the route, so click on the fare from the sale page for more details.

Here are a few great round-trip ticket deals included in the sale:

  • Cleveland to Fort Lauderdale – $138
  • Austin to Orlando – $118
  • Pittsburgh to Fort Lauderdale – $138

And don’t forget, if you were able to take advantage of the recent promotion between JetBlue and Virgin America, you could book one of these cheap flights to qualify for the offer!

Let me know if you book any of these deals!

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