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JetBlue Mystery Savings Update

Last week, I posted about the JetBlue mystery savings that JetBlue had been sending out. The $50 and below were reusable and there were other amounts from $100 to $300 that were one-time use. Obviously, this is not a scientific sampling, but out of the 5 members of my family who had e-mail addresses registered with JetBlue, 2 of us received the $300 code! That is pretty good!

I hope some people were able to take advantage of the $50 reusable codes. My wife and I did (by purchasing each of our tickets separately and as one-ways – so four trips – to take advantage of the $50 code) and are going to New York for the day in a few weeks for a total of $21. With gas prices, we couldn’t go to the nice mall in our area for less than that! So that was one trip. The second trip (and the one that I used my $300 certificate for) was to take my little girl down to NYC for a day in a week. The ticket was a little more expensive and you can’t book a minor separate from the guardian without incurring unaccompanied minor fees, so that is why I used the $300 code on that. She has never been there (she is young though!) and I thought it would be nice to take her to some sights that she is old enough to appreciate. Again, total was under $20 for that trip!

I know, I could have used that $300 for a race somewhere, but I only have time for one destination race for the remainder of the year and I already have that booked, so I thought I would do something for some family fun with it.

Did anyone else get or use a code? Hopefully!

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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.
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