$54 One-Way Flights to Cuba, $20 Flights Between Select US Cities on JetBlue!

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Through December 16, 2016, JetBlue is offering 12 days of deals with their “A December to Adventure” promotion.

And because their website wasn’t working yesterday, you can book both Day 3 and Day 4’s deals today, December 8, 2016.

The deals include great prices on flights between select cities in the US, including coast to coast flights from ~$65 one-way.  And flights from cities like New York (JFK) and Orlando, to Cuba, from ~$54 one-way.

JetBlue December To Adventure Deal

You Can Book Day 3 and Day 4 of JetBlue’s 12 Days of Deals TODAY, December 8, 2016

Let’s take a look at today’s offers!

Day 4:  JetBlue’s 12 Days of Deals

Link:   JetBlue “A December to Adventure” Promotion

With today’s deal from JetBlue’s “A December to Adventure” promotion, you can book one-way fares from Fort Lauderdale, New York (JFK), and Orlando, to Cuba, from just ~$54 one-way.

Or get tickets between certain US cities starting from just ~$20 one-way.

But you MUST book by 11:59 pm Eastern Time TODAY, December 8, 2016.

You can find a full list of valid routes and travel dates for the US fares here.  And check here to see a list of valid dates and fares to Cuba.

For example, you can fly from New York (JFK), to San Francisco for ~$65 one-way on December 12, 2016.  Or from Washington, DC, to Orlando on December 12, 2016, for just ~$30 one-way!

JetBlue December To Adventure Deal

Almost Every Cuban Taxi Is a Cool Classic Car From the 40’s or 50’s

And a flight between Fort Lauderdale and Havana, Cuba, for example, will only cost you ~$59 one-way on valid travel dates between December 15, 2016, and December 31, 2016.

There are also deals to lesser known Cuban cities like Holguin, Santa Clara, and Camaguey, that could provide a great opportunity for folks to get out of the tourist crowds of Havana and have a more authentic experience.  😉

Award tickets are cheaper, too, because JetBlue has a revenue-based award chart.  So when paid fares go down, award ticket prices are lower.

Remember to check out Emily’s trip report on Cuba too!  Where you can learn about trip details like visa requirements and cash planning.

And don’t forget, you can earn more JetBlue points for your flight with one of the Barclaycard JetBlue cards, like the JetBlue Plus or JetBlue Business card.  Plus, you’ll get a free checked bag for yourself and up to 3 companions on the same reservation when you use the card to pay for your ticket.

Bottom Line

You can now book flights with today’s deal from JetBlue’s “A December to Adventure” promotion!  And they’re offering great fares, like flights from certain US cities to Cuba from ~$54 one-way.  Or flights between US cities like Sacramento and Long Beach for just ~$20 one-way.

With deals like these, you can save money (or points!) if you can find a ticket that makes sense for your travel plans!

The deals are released daily at 1:00 pm Eastern Time (as long as the JetBlue website hasn’t crashed!), and the promotion runs through December 16, 2016.

Don’t forget to check out my sneak peek showing each day’s deal.  So you can start planning your next trip now!

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