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JetBlue is holding a 2 day flash sale right now, called “The Big Winter Sale”. This sale includes numerous routes throughout the U.S.,  Caribbean and South America.  I counted 145 different flights for less than $99!  The only blackout dates are 2/18- 2/19/20.  There may be varying day of the week restrictions, travel windows and blackout dates that differ by route so you will need to check each fare for available options.

Since the TrueBlue program is a dollar-based system, if you find a good cash fare, it will convert to a good points price.  Fares are good for travel from 1/21- 3/31/20.  You will need to act fast as the sale ends at 11:59 PM ET on Wednesday 1/18/2019.  Sample fares include the following:

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How Do I Book?

  • Visit JetBlue to search for sample dates and destinations.


Were you able to score a deal?  Let us know about it in the comments!

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