Won’t Last! JetBlue Flash Sale $29+ One-Way

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Act now!  JetBlue has an exciting Labor Day flash sale that ends today, August 17, 2016, at 11:59 pm Eastern Time or your local time (whichever is earlier).

Fares start at $29 from cities like Boston, Fort Lauderdale, New York, Orlando, and Washington, DC.  You can even visit areas of the Caribbean!  But you can only travel on September 3 or 4, 2016.

Won't Last JetBlue Flash Sale 29 One Way

Spend Your Labor Day With a Yellow Aruba Sunset, or Visit Family in Cleveland. Both Are Affordable With JetBlue’s One-Day Sale!

I’ll show you how to book this deal!

JetBlue Labor Day Sale

Link:   JetBlue Labor Day Sale Fares

JetBlue has slashed airfare on select routes for Labor Day weekend, to as little as $29 one-way!  So if you’re looking to take advantage of the long weekend, check to see if your city is included in the deal!  Visit family, or head to the beach before summer ends!

The sale ends today, August 17, 2016, at the earlier of 11:59 pm Eastern Time or your local time, so book now if you’re interested.

Here’s a quick look at the cities and departure dates included in the flash sale:

Won't Last JetBlue Flash Sale 29 One Way

JetBlue’s Labor Day Sale Allows You to Fly From Puerto Rico and Orlando for Just $29!

And remember, the cost of a JetBlue award flight is linked directly to the ticket price.  Typically, JetBlue points are worth ~1.4 cents each when you book the cheapest seats called Blue fares.

Won't Last JetBlue Flash Sale 29 One Way

Folks With JetBlue Points Get a Fantastic Deal on These Fares, Too!

For example, a one-way flight between Boston and New Orleans costs just 1,200 JetBlue points and ~$6!  That’s an incredible price!

Remember, folks with the Barclaycard JetBlue Plus Card or Barclaycard JetBlue small business card will get a free first checked bag for the primary cardholder and up to 3 companions on the same reservation when you use your card to pay for your ticket.

Act Now, Cancel Later

You have 24 hours to cancel a reservation if the flight is at least 7 days away.  So, you can take advantage of these Labor Day fares and figure out the details later!

It’s a good idea to purchase your ticket, even if you’re not totally sure of your travel plans.  Because these tickets will sell fast!

Let me know if you plan a Labor Day trip!

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One response to “Won’t Last! JetBlue Flash Sale $29+ One-Way

  1. Ah, rats I missed this one, yet a comment — and hope you see this Daraius….

    Have you actually been to Aruba lately? That’s a gorgeous ocean view you post…… but for most travelers to Aruba these days, it’s been grotesquely marred by the presence of two to three drilling ships at work, just off-shore…. (they’ve been there for over a year now)

    have seen conflicting reports of just why they’re there…. with some saying they’re merely being “parked” while waiting assignments. (if true, why the blazes in Aruba??) Other reports though suggest we have real drilling going on….. as (according to some reports I saw) Aruba apparently calculated that they needed to “diversify” their tiny island economy — and worse, they’ve been getting pressured badly by nearby Venezuela….. (and Russians too)

    But oh my, what a gamble! The price of oil has been cut by over half since they started this gambit….. and imagine what one oil spill or even “routine seepage” will do to those pristine beaches….

    ah, sorry to “ruin” your tourism/PR vacation brochure picture….. But this deserves to be known. (one of two things that marred our first visit to Aruba last fall)