4X JetBlue Points & JetBlue Flash Sale From Just $34 One-Way

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

Today, you can earn 4X JetBlue points on flights booked by 11:59 pm Eastern Time for travel through February 28, 2017.  But you must register for the promotion to earn the bonus points.

This works nicely with JetBlue’s 2-day flash sale to domestic (and even a few international) locations.

4X JetBlue Points JetBlue Flash Sale From Just 34 One Way

Earn Extra JetBlue Points When You Book Travel Today

Here is today’s deal!

Day 9:  JetBlue 12 Days of Deals

Link:   JetBlue “A December to Adventure” Promotion

Link:   JetBlue 2-Day Flash Sale

With today’s deal from the JetBlue “A December to Adventure” promotion, you’ll earn 4X JetBlue points when you book travel!  Here are the details:

  • You must book by the earlier of 11:59 pm Eastern Time or local time TODAY, December 13, 2016.
  • You must travel by February 28, 2017

Normally, you’d earn 3 JetBlue points per $1 (base fare) when you purchase JetBlue’s cheapest “Blue” fares.  But with this deal, you’ll earn 12 JetBlue points per $1 (3 JetBlue points per $1 x 4X points).

And you’ll earn more if you book JetBlue’s more flexible fares or Mint Business Class.

Note:   Bonus points won’t count toward earning Mosaic elite status.

2-Day Flash Sale

On top of this promotion, JetBlue also launched a flash sale through 11:59 pm Eastern Time on December 14, 2016 (tomorrow).  One-way fares start at just $34!  For example, I found flights from Austin to Orlando for just $69.

Here’s the deal:

  • Fares include government taxes and fees.
  • Travel valid between January 9, 2017 and March 8, 2017
  • Blackout Dates are between January 14 and January 16, 2017, & February 18 and February 26, 2017
  • Not valid for travel on Friday or Sunday
  • There may be additional restrictions depending on your desired flight, so check the Terms & Conditions before booking

You can also use JetBlue points to book a sale fare.  JetBlue award flight prices are directly related to the cash price of the ticket, so you’ll save lots of points, too!  Tickets start at just 1,500 JetBlue points.

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.  You’ll even 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

Today’s deal from JetBlue’s “A December to Adventure” promotion is live!  And they’re offering 4X JetBlue points when you book travel by 11:59 pm Eastern Time, December 13, 2016.

JetBlue also released a 2-day flash sale with both domestic and international locations included.  You must purchase tickets by tomororw, December 14, 2016,  at 11:59 pm Eastern Time for travel between January 9, 2017 and March 8, 2017.  There are blackout dates.

You can save money (or points!) if you can find a ticket that fits your travel plans.

The deals are released daily at 1:00 pm Eastern Time, and the promotion runs through December 16, 2016.

Plus, check out my sneak peek showing each day’s deal.  So you can start planning your next getaway now!

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