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Normally JetBlue runs sales for flights alone. However, the airline has brought back it’s “Biggest Takeoff” sale for JetBlue vacation packages including hotels and flights. If you’re flying the whole family to a destination, this is a nice discount from the total expense.
There are 3 discount codes, 1 at each level of spend:
- $100 off a $2,000+ package with promo code BIG100 (5% off)
- $300 off a $5,000+ package with promo code BIG300 (6% off)
- $500 off a $7,000+ package with promo code BIG500 (7% off)
These flights are good for packages that include JetBlue flights only (no partners or codeshares). Also, while JetBlue will be flying to Europe in 2021, these flights must be completed b June 30, 2020 so alas, no discounts to London. This discount is also not good for Mint service.
I did see some interesting deals, especially for Caribbean travel. You can triple dip with this sale as well to add even more value.
- Use the promo code for the price discount
- Earn TrueBlue points with the vacation package
- Earn credit card points when purchasing
These book with JetBlue Vacations’ website, so cards that provide bonus points for direct airline purchases probably won’t provide any extras. I’d imagine it does count as “travel” for cards with wider category bonuses, but I can’t guarantee that. If anyone has booked with JetBlue vacations let us know in the comments.
This sale allows travel through June 30 of next year, but the sale ends at midnight on October 21. So book your vacation package (don’t forget the promo code!) now for a nifty discount from JetBlue.
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