JetBlue Vacations have been going on for a while now; it’s a win-win because you get to enjoy more savings when you book flights and hotels together. You can also redeem TrueBlue points for part of your vacation (combined with cash), or earn more TrueBlue points for a later trip. And JetBlue guarantees you the best price on all JetBlue Vacations packages originating from the U.S. and Puerto Rico. So when JetBlue offers a vacation package on Universal Orlando Resort, there’s reason to take notice.
With JetBlue Vacations Universal Orlando Resort Vacation Package (say THAT 3 times fast), you can save up to 35% at on-site hotels, as well as save $20 per person on UOR tickets when you buy them in advance.
All on-site hotel guests can enjoy Early Park Admission to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ and Universal’s Volcano Bay™ one hour before the park opens (valid theme park admission required). Plus, Guests of Loews Portofino Bay Hotel, Hard Rock Hotel®, and Loews Royal Pacific Resort also enjoy FREE+ Universal Express™ Unlimited ride access to skip the regular lines in Universal Studios Florida™ and Universal’s Islands of Adventure™ when staying on-site at Universal Orlando™ (again, and of course, valid theme park admission required).
Once you’ve decided which hotel you’d like to visit:
…you then have the ability to plug in your dates for your flights and hotel
(as an example, I chose flights from/to Boston, and Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort for Sept. 13 through 18).
The website thought about it for a little while…
…and gave these as our options.
(plus 19 other Universal area hotels. But remember, you can only get the early entry option if you stay at a Universal-owned resort hotel).
So hotel is $373 per person, which means you would potentially save $299 total, or 28%. Better than a kick in the head, right? 😉
Now, I’ll be honest – the $20 off UOR theme park tickets? That really isn’t much of a big deal – you can almost always get that on UA’s website. But the flight and hotel deal doesn’t suck.
The deal is valid through December 2018, and there are are, of course, blackout dates. And, as always, there are terms and conditions up the ying yang ;-). But it’s still a pretty good deal, overall. Click here to get started.
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