JetBlue Fare Sale! One-Way Flights Starting at Just $49!

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JetBlue Fare Sale!  One-Way Flights Starting at Just $49!

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If you’re looking to travel with JetBlue anytime from October 24 to December 15, 2018, you’re in luck!  JetBlue is having a fare sale until tomorrow October 17, 2018, at the earlier of 11:59 pm Eastern Time or local time!  With one-way fares starting at only $49!

Because the award price of a JetBlue ticket is tied to the cash price, you’ll also be able to book flights for fewer JetBlue points.  Or, with certain credit card points, you could book flights for free and earn frequent flyer miles at the same time!

Cheap Flights to Las Vegas Are on the Menu!

JetBlue’s Travel Like a Boss Sale

End date:   October 17, 2018, at the earlier of 11:59 pm Eastern Time or your local time

Terms & restrictions:   Subject to availability, blackout dates and day restrictions vary by route.  Valid for travel from October 24 through December 15, 2018.

Discounted one-way routes include:

  • Boston to Atlanta for $59
  • Boston to Buffalo (or vice versa) for $49
  • Buffalo to Los Angeles for $114
  • Charleston to Washington DC (and vice versa) for $49
  • Long Beach to Las Vegas for $54
  • Nashville to Fort Lauderdale for $64
  • San Francisco to Long Beach (and vice versa) for $49
  • and more!

If you’ve only got a small stockpile of JetBlue points, you can book one-way flights for only 2,600 JetBlue points + less than $6 in fees!

If you need more JetBlue points, you’re in luck because they are now a Chase Ultimate Rewards transfer partner!  That means you can earn a big bonus with the Ink Business Preferred℠ Credit Card or Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card.

You can search for your flight on Google Flights then book it directly on JetBlue’s website.

Don’t forget though, JetBlue just increased their baggage fees to $30 for the first checked bag.  But folks with the Barclaycard JetBlue Plus Card get a free first checked bag for themselves and up to 3 companions on the same reservation when they use their card to pay for their ticket.  Plus they’ll get 10% back on award flights!

You can see all of the sale routes on the JetBlue website.  Let us know if you plan a trip!

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