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JetBlue has now opened up their schedule for flights through February 12th, 2020!  Look for an email with the headline “Book travel through 2/12/20 now.” or check out their site for more details.

(SEE ALSO – A hellish first experience with JetBlue. It wasn’t the airline’s fault)

the inside of an airplane with rows of seats

Southwest also extended their schedule recently, making now the perfect time to lock in your winter travel plans.  Although Southwest has a much better cancellation policy, JetBlue’s ever-growing footprint makes for a great addition to anyone’s points stash.  Since the points cost of a flight is tied to the dollar value of your JetBlue ticket, make sure you find a good price to burn your hard earned points or cash!

Unfortunately, I have an excruciating lack of travel plans for the next few months, so let me live vicariously through you – let me know where you’re going in the comments!

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