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It's the sales season and almost every airline, hotel, and major retailer is offering discounts, bonus points, and other incentives to get customers to part with their cash. Not to be outdone, JetBlue just announced a flash sale. They're offering 20% off on all its flights originating from within the United States through tomorrow November 30, 2016, at 11:59 PM EST.
How To Get 20% Off
To take advantage of the offer, you must book through the airline’s website. The promotion code for the offer is CELEBRATE. The 20% discount applies to the base fare and excludes tickets booked with TrueBlue points. The sale is valid for travel dates between December 7, 2016, and February 15, 2017. While this seems exciting at first with the Christmas holiday season just around the corner, there are blackout dates, which cover the holidays. The sale does not apply to flights operating from December 16, 2016, through January 8, 2017. However, if you have travel plans outside of those dates, then there is some value to be had.
Maximize Your Points
If you are going to book, make sure you maximize your return. Cards we'd use would be:
- JetBlue Plus Card (6x points on JetBlue purchases)
- The Platinum Card® from American Express (5x points on airfare purchased directly with the airline)
- Citi Prestige® Card
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