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A Different JetBlue Sale – $50 Off Tickets [Minimum $125 to Spend] Plus Extended Schedule

30% off JetBlue Sale
Written by Charlie

Here is a new and different JetBlue sale that could save you $50 on your next booking. Plus, JetBlue has extended their booking window as well.

JetBlue has launched a different kind of sale today – a straight discount of $50 on all non-stop flights that cost $125 or more. Here are the details you need to know to save with this deal.

New JetBlue Sale – $50 Off

Link: JetBlue Sale

JetBlue Sale Details:

  • Promo code: HOLIDAYS
  • Book by 9/30/20
  • Travel 11/19/20—1/5/21
  • Minimum spend $125 (excl. taxes & fees) one-way
  • Discount applies to base fare
  • Valid on non-stop flights only
  • Not valid on previous bookings
  • Must book here

As is typical with JetBlue sales, this is pretty upfront and to the point. If you want to travel from mid-November until just into 2021, this sale can reduce your $125+ ticket by $50.

This is actually a convenient sale for JetBlue since they are able to raise some of their ticket prices that some may buy without knowing about the sale but they can offer those who do know $50. This is better for them than discounting all tickets just right up front.

Extended Calendar

Now, you can also book flights with JetBlue all the way up to June 16, 2021. That gives you 265 days of bookable schedules with JetBlue. Not bad if you want to get a jump start on the early summer travel season of 2021.

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Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.