Last August, I wrote this blog post about the incredible Jetblue deal for an unlimited month of flying. Well, I guess after the Steven Slater incident, they need to get some good press, because THEY ARE DOING IT AGAIN!
Now until supplies last, you can purchase a pass to fly unlimited on Jetblue from Tuesday, September 7, 2010 through Wednesday, October 6, 2010. Depending on which pass you purchase, you can either fly every day of the week or for $200 less, be limited to 5 days per week (excludes Fridays and Sundays). Once pass is purchased, flights can be booked starting on August 23rd, 2010.
Once again, there is a lot of fine print and some things travelers should probably be aware of before signing up:
- Domestic taxes and fees included, but if you want to travel internationally or Puerto Rico, taxes and fees are not included.
- You may only book one flight per city per day; if JetBlue finds you have violated this policy, they will honor only the last booking made and cancel your other bookings from that city on that day.
- If you don’t show up to a scheduled flight, your pass will be placed on hold, any reserved pass flights will be canceled, and no new flight segments wil be able to be booked until the you pay a $100 no-show penalty.
Hope someone who reads my blog gets a pass and has lots of fun in their travels. Send me a postcard!
EDIT: Eight hours after posting this blog, all passes have sold out. A coincidence? I don’t think so. You’re welcome, JetBlue.