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JetBlue has announced a Flash Sale on award bookings. However, you will need to hurry since the sale ends Saturday, August 26, 2017. The sale is similar to the award flash sale JetBlue ran in August 2016, and similarly is 25% off JetBlue award booking.
- Sale valid until August 26, 2017
- Travel period September 6 to November 7, 2017
- Promo is for 25% off award flights
- There is no need to register, the promo is already hard coded in the displayed fares
- Promo is not valid on Mint Service fares, only on JetBlue economy fares
Availability of discounted fares is limited and blackout dates may exist at certain peak travel times and holidays. The discount does not include baggage fees and optional extras, just the base cost of the fare.
JetBlue has a revenue based loyalty program, and issues award flights based on the cash value of the ticket; this can make it hard to leverage value out of your points since JetBlue can fix the value of the points. However, with the sale, you can squeeze out some additional value. Another option to leverage out some more value is to use JetBlue Plus Card. Cardholders earn a 10% points rebate on award redemptions, which will end up boosting the value of your TrueBlue points even further. So, if you want a bargain on some award tickets with JetBlue, you will have to hurry.
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