Wednesday, August 12, 2009

JetBlue

JetBlue is offering an incredible deal. If you have the time AND the money, you might be interested in this. From September 8 through October 8, 2009, JetBlue will allow you to travel unlimited to anywhere they travel, even internationally. All for $599. The taxes for domestic travel within the continental U.S. are included, but international taxes are not. Imagine, you could fly to say, the Dominican Republic, every weekend, and still be back at work on Monday morning. The sale is over on Friday, August 21, 2009, or until supplies last. Something tells me they are going to get a really good response. Click here for more information.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

OH MY GOD THIS IS GENIUS!!! THANKS ANTHONY!!!

M S said...

Already looking into it!

Anonymous said...

Yahoo News did a report and used the DR as an example. When you add $135 and a $10 tourist card to each weekend, it would be a pretty expensive month and not much cheaper than normal. In fact, Yahoo mentioned that in some destinations, it would cost more. It is a good idea that would probably work for someone wanting to do a lot of domestic travel.

Anonymous said...

Or for those of us who live on the west coast.

Home safely, Anthony. Thanks for your hospitality.

George from SF

Anonymous said...

is great if you are a business traveler otherwise you will pay more than buying a regular tickets here and there

Anonymous said...

This is oh so tempting...

Monaga said...

This is a great deal for those who are able to travel a lot in one month. That said, if you traveled to the D.R. every weekend it would still be cheaper than purchasing the tickets separately.

$599 for the pass (tax included)
$124 (taxes for D.R.)x 4 = $496

$599 + $496 = $1096.

Here is what one reader did. Purchased the package and now is going to Jamaica, Costa Rica, and twice to California to visit relatives. With all the taxes included it is less than $900.

That is not a good deal?

Diandra said...

TURN IT! I was going to feel it as an early BDay present to myself, but my schedual is so erratic in September.... also that Asian place below sounds CUTE, and I caught your interest in the kitcen staff!!

Anonymous said...

JetBlue was smart in doing this and they have sold out of all the passes. I hope other airlines take note and follow suit next year. I'm sure JetBlue will do this next year as well. I have many friends that took advantage of this. One friend will travel to 8 destinations during the month period to catch up with old friends and he doesn't have to pay for a hotel anywhere that he lands. Another friend booked multiple trips to DR, which already pay for themselves. What an awesome deal!!