Just Started! JetBlue’s “The More Chillax, Less Cha-Ching” Flash Sale

Whoever JetBlue uses to do their marketing really needs to get a raise. I mean, has anyone ever noticed that the names for every one of their sales are always more clever than the last one? Love it!

Anyway, JetBlue’s The More Chillax, Less Cha-Ching flash sale started earlier today and they’ve got one-way fares starting from just $44!

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As always happens with JetBlue’s flash sales, they have flights to/from lots and lots of the cities they service, including (but not limited to) Atlanta, Austin, Boston (there are LOTS out of Boston!), Charleston, Fort Lauderdale (again, LOTS of flights out of there!), Hartford, Long Beach, NYC (bunches out of there, too), Orlando, San Juan, Tampa, Washington DC and a whole lot more.

One-way fares range from $44 to $204 domestically (the latter is San Francisco to/from Boston, so a pretty far trip), or 2,200 to 14,000 points, and they also have flight + hotel packages available.

The sale ends at 11:59pm of 10/31/18, so if the fares look good to you, click here to check ’em out before they’re gone.

Here’s the fine print:

  • Fares include government taxes and fees.
  • Book by 10/31/18 (the earlier of 11:59 PM ET or local time).
  • Travel between 11/11–2/14/19. Blackout dates: 11/16–11/26 & 12/16–1/9/19.
  • Blue fare shown.
  • Different or additional day of week restrictions, travel windows, and blackout dates may apply and vary by route. Click on a fare for details.

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