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Through the end of December 14th, 2016, JetBlue is offering sales on both flights and vacation packages. There are quite a few options, making it hard to fully capture the sale here, but here are some general trends that characterize it:
- Most of the origin cities with lots of destination options are in the eastern part of the United States (Boston, Fort Lauderdale, New York, Orlando, and Washington, DC all have particularly strong showings in this sale).
- Many — though not all — of the flights involved tend to be for fairly short distances (such as Boston to New York or Newark).
- Most of the routes are domestic. However, there are some international flights mixed in, including options to Jamaica, Colombia, Curacao, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic among others.
Is It A Good Deal?
You can find some great deals in this sale. Sacramento, CA to New York, NY is available for only $104, for example. New York to Las Vegas is $109, Fort Lauderdale to Cancun is $104, and Boston to San Juan, PR is $114.
While there are a lot of options available, JetBlue’s clear organization (by origin city or destination) makes it simple to figure out whether you’ll be able to take advantage of any of the offerings.
As you’d expect from a sale like this, there are some restrictions. Sunday and Friday flights are excluded, and there are blackout dates on January 14-16, 2017 and February 18-26, 2017. The sale prices are for Blue fares only.
To check whether this flash sale works for you and take advantage of the offered fares, visit the Wander-Ful Sale. Remember to book your flight by 11:59 PM (Eastern or local time, whichever is earlier) on December 14, 2016.
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