JetBlue just announced its newest sale and it’s a pretty good deal if you have plans to fly on their airline two times in the next few months.
The sale requires you to fly on JetBlue twice. The first (one way or round trip) flight requires you to make a reservation at full price (which, in and of itself, is oftentimes not too bad of a price) between now and August 6, 2018 for a flight that’s on or before August 31, 2018. Once you do that, JetBlue will send you a promo code to take 20% off the base airfare on your next one-way or round trip flight between September 25 and October 31, 2018 (with a couple of blackout dates thrown in for good measure. Because weekend nights and Columbus Day weekend).
Here’s how it works as per JetBlue:
How it works:
- Book on jetblue.com by 8/6/18 (not valid on previous bookings and Vacations bookings)
- At least one flight on the reservation must be completed before 11:59pm ET on 8/31/18 to receive a promo code
- One promo code will be issued per reservation, up to a maximum of 7 promo codes
- Promo code will be delivered by 9/20/18 to the primary traveler’s email address on the reservation
- 20% off base airfare on all one-way or roundtrip flights (base airfare excludes government taxes/fees)
- Promo code is valid for travel 9/25 – 10/31/18 (Blackout dates: 10/6 – 10/8. No Fri. & Sun. departures or returns)
- Promo codes can only be redeemed online at jetblue.com/promo
And their terms and conditions (cuz there are ALWAYS Terms & Conditions):
Terms and conditions: Ticket must be purchased on jetblue.com by 8/6/18 and at least one flight on the reservation must be completed before 11:59pm ET on 8/31/18 to receive the promo code. Maximum of seven (7) promo codes per person. Not valid on previous bookings, Groups bookings or JetBlue Vacations bookings. One unique promo code will be issued by 9/20/18 to the primary traveler’s email address on the reservation. The unique promo code will be valid until 9/24/18 (11:59 PM ET) for 20% off the base airfare of a one-way or roundtrip JetBlue flight (nonstop or connecting provided all connecting flights are JetBlue operated) between 9/25/18 and 10/31/18 (Blackout dates: 10/6 – 10/8), subject to availability. No Friday and Sunday departures or returns. Base airfare excludes government taxes and fees. Customers purchasing roundtrip travel must select both outbound and return flights within the travel period in order to receive the discount. Code will be valid for one-time use only for flights purchased on jetblue.com/promo or $25 fee per person applies to fares purchased by phone; new bookings only; limit one code per booking. Code will not be valid in connection with JetBlue Vacations, Mint fares, award flights, taxes/fees, partner or codeshare or interline flights including JetBlue flights when at least one segment is operated by a partner airline, baggage fees, or any other products or services. Code may not be combined with other offers, cannot be partially redeemed, has no cash value, is not redeemable for cash, but is transferable. If flight reservation is changed/cancelled, a fee per person will apply (plus any increase in fare for changes), and the promo code discount will be forfeited and will not apply to any modified or new reservation. Cancellations are for JetBlue travel credit only, valid for one year. If reservation is not changed/canceled prior to scheduled departure, all money associated with reservation is forfeited. View Change/Cancel fees information. Proper documentation required for boarding. Flight terms and conditions apply.
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