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JetBlue’s Mint product is considered by many to be the best experience in the sky for cross-country USA trips. Lie-flat seats that are 22″ wide, private suites with closing doors in every other row, customizable meals, amenity kits; it’s a long-haul international experience available domestically. And it’s available at a domestic price too: right now JetBlue has wide-open Mint seating on direct flights between Seattle and New York’s JFK for under $800 round trip in either direction. While not available on every date, this price is bookable on 130+ days between March and October. With a little flexibility you should have no trouble finding times that fit your schedule.

Given the number of dates with discounted pricing, this fare may stay around for awhile. But there are never guarantees, so when you know you’re going you should book the trip. Once you’re there, Dan has written about the easiest travel between JFK and Manhattan, where there’s never a shortage of activities. And if you’re going the other way, this is a great chance to be in Seattle in time for FTU Signature in March!

Sample Dates

Departure: March 7
Return: March 13

How to Book

Follow link for sample dates, or search your favorite OTA / Google Flights for departure and destination

Travel Dates

  • Open availability March – October, 2019
  • No minimum stay requirement

Where to Stay

Things to Do

Good luck and happy flying!

(SEE ALSO: Citi Increasing Transfer Ratio to JetBlue Points)

(SEE ALSO: 4 of My Favorite JetBlue Routes)

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