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Have you been looking to book JetBlue flights for next Spring? Well the time is now! jetBlue just extended its schedule to April 30, 2019. JetBlue often releases the cheapest fare first, so act fast if you want to grab those seats!

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Here’s an example for flights from San Francisco to NYC in April, as low as $147 one-way, or 9,800 TrueBlue points.

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If you rather head to the Caribbean, fares could be cheap too, such as Fort Lauderdale to Montego Bay as low as 4,300 points each way!

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JetBlue often releases the cheapest fare first. So if you have been wanting to book a trip on JetBlue in this timeframe, I’d book now before prices go up!

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