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Jet Blue Announces New Cheap Flights Starting At $39: Here’s How To Get Yours

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The American low-cost airline JetBlue Airways announced on Tuesday a new promotion with ultra-low fares for American travelers. The Big Fall Sale, as the company calls this offer, allows customers to purchase flights for as low as $39 and also book great package deals including roundtrips and hotel nights.

All deals will be available until August 30 at midnight. Customers can use the carrier search tool and find the best fares for national and international destinations. Travelers can also choose from great bundle options.

Here’s what travelers should know about the sale and a quick guide on how to find the best deals and take advantage of JetBlue’s Fall sale. 

What Travelers Should Know About The Big Fall Sale 

Before jumping into booking flights or waiting for too long, those interested in the Big Fall Sale should first understand the terms and conditions. These are the main considerations: 

  • The special prices expire next Tuesday 30 at 11:59 pm. 
  • The sale applies for travel from September 6 through November 16 and excludes Fridays and Sundays.
  • The lowest fares apply to Blue Basic.
  • Fares are one-way and non-stop unless mentioned otherwise.
  • Tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable.

The carrier has clarified that prices include taxes and fees. However certain services and considerations apply and might vary depending on the route. For example, travel windows, blackout dates, or choosing different days can affect fare prices or availability. Some flights do not operate during the sale window or on certain days. 

Fares are subject to limited availability and might change without notice. Once you select an attractive option, the final price might change depending on availability. If you are sure about the day and destination, like the final price, and want to take advantage of the deal, book your flight as soon as possible!

How To Get Cheap Fares

By default, JetBlue’s Big Fall Sale page features deals from New York City. Travelers will be able to see some low fare prices like flights from New York to Boston for just $49 for one way and a vacation package of two nights in a hotel and roundtrip flights for just $265. 

Once you click on your preferred choice, the platform gives you more details. For example, if you choose the vacation package, it shows that the hotel would be the Hyatt House Boston Waltham which has 3 out of 5 stars on Trip Advisor. 

If you are interested, you can click on the button “Select Dates”, JetBlue’s platform will show date alternatives for the bundle. However, that special price of $265 is no longer available. 

The quickest and most accurate strategy would be to see all deals from your preferred city. You just have to click on the pencil next to the city name to choose your preferred location. 

JetBlue has deals for over 60 airports in the United States and also for destinations in Canada, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. But not all locations have many options for this Fall sale. 

Let’s say you live in the Los Angeles area. The platform will show great deals like flights to Las Vegas for just $39 and hotel and roundtrip flights starting at $63. When selecting the flight option, the page will show a calendar with the different prices available, and you will usually find the promised low fares.

From our search, when selecting the bundle, prices tend to differ. The cheapest option for the Excalibur Hotel and Casino featured at $63 including two nights and flights, is now $90.80 per night, for a total of $181.59 for two nights for two travelers. Travelers get to choose from free room options or special rooms with extra costs ranging from $1.12 per night to $11.20. 

There’s a resort fee warning of $25 and extra fees for parking. Travelers must remember that Las Vegas is known for its hidden hotel fees and this might not be the exemption.

There might be some extra fees that must be paid at the hotel, but JetBlue’s final price was still $181.59 after selecting the cheapest flights. It’s your turn to book your best deals!

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Michael Z, NYC USA

Thursday 25th of August 2022

Thanks for the good news and info, Andrea. So, I have until next Tuesday to decide where my wife and I want to go leaving from JFK. It's enough time to plan - even to see a Red Sox game at Fenway Park. Great article.