Yes, that is one-way but it is also one-way to some top vacation destinations! Of course, you can always either fly back in coach, pay a bit more for business or use points but this post is all about getting over 4 hours of business class bliss in JetBlue Mint from just $267.
Fly JetBlue’s Mint Lie-Flat Seats from Just $267 One-Way
The cheapest dates for flights from JFK and Boston to the Caribbean (specifically St. Lucia) with JetBlue Mint are Saturdays. They are not this cheap on every Saturday but they are available on quite a few, especially since the flight schedule just got pushed out (so plan some fall trips quickly!)! The airports with the JetBlue Mint flights are:
- Bridgetown, Barbados (BGI)
- St. Lucia (UVF)
- Aruba (AUA)
These fares are very cheap, especially since they could cost just $64 more than the cheapest economy! Plus, you get the extra bags, not to mention what is thought by many as the best domestic business class seat by US airlines!
You can book with either cash or points. Here are the prices for the $263 price point
- If using JetBlue points, it will cost 18,000 points.
- Cash, of course, is $267.
- You can also book with Ultimate Reward points for 17,700 points (if you have the Chase Sapphire Reserve, otherwise it will be 21,360 with the other UR cards).
- Another option is using Membership Rewards from the Amex Business Platinum card and with the 30% rebate, it will cost around the same as the above.
If you are headed to the Caribbean for some relaxation (I mean, that is why many people go!), no better way to head there than in JetBlue Mint! Having been to St. Lucia on my honeymoon, I can speak to how beautiful that location is if you wanted to jump on one of these cheap fares for there.
To check the flights yourself, click this link and play around with the dates.
Transcontinental JetBlue Mint
There are some open dates for flying across the US with JetBlue Mint for cheap! You can fly from the western US to the East Coast from $399 (or the reverse for $449 and they are available almost everyday of the week). Without a doubt, JetBlue Mint is the best way to cross the US in business class and these prices also make it the cheapest way to go as well.
To look up these flights easily, just click this link and then play with the dates and direction yourself!
Tip: Rows 1, 3, 5 have a 2 seat configuration while rows 2 and 4 have single seats with doors for the suites – if you want more privacy.
Featured image courtesy of JetBlue