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Southwest Airlines and JetBlue are currently running one of their popular sales. Here is what you need to know about each of these:
- Domestic travel (except San Juan): August 23, 2016, through February 15, 2017.
- Travel to/from San Juana: September 7, 2016, through December 8, 2016, and January 17, 2017, through March 2, 2017.
- International travel: August 23 through December 13, 2016, and January 10, 2017, through March 2, 2017.
The following dates are blacked out for domestic travel: September 2, September 5, November 22-23, November 26-28, December 21-23 and December 25-26, 2016, and January 1-2, 2017, as well as all Fridays and Sundays within the promotional period. Additional restrictions apply. Full terms and conditions of the Southwest sale running through August 18, 2016.
Keep in mind that Southwest does not impose change fees for tickets you purchase. If you already have travel booked with Southwest and the fare has gone down, you can contact Southwest to request a travel credit for the difference. This works for both purchased and points reservations. Check any existing reservations you have!
Through August 10, 2016, you can purchase JetBlue fares starting at $39 or 1,800 TrueBlue points thanks to their Autumn's Up sale. Travel on Monday through Thursday and Saturdays between August 23, 2016, and November 17, 2016, are eligible for the sale.
According to the terms, the following blackout dates are for all routes: September 1-5, October 8-10. Additionally, November 10-14 are blacked out for travel involving the New York City area airports (JFK, LGA, EWR, and HPN). Full sale terms and conditions for the JetBlue sale through August 10, 2016.
While the provisions of the sale state that Fridays and Sundays are blacked out, you may see promotional fares for those days on some routes.
These sales are standard for both Southwest and JetBlue, so if you cannot take advantage of this one, you will likely get another chance soon. However, if you are ready to book travel between cities with Southwest and JetBlue service, check out their fares as the savings can be significant in both dollars and points.
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