(EXPIRED) JetBlue: Save 15% On Award Flights (Book By April 25)

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JetBlue has launched a three day award sale that’s giving a 15% discount on award flights, although only flights from Monday to Thursday are eligible.


The Deal

Key Terms

  • Book an award flight by April 25, 2019 (the earlier of 11:59 PM EST or local). Applies to new bookings only & cannot be applied to existing bookings.
  • Fly April 29–June 20, 2019 (excludes May 22-May 28, 2019).
  • Valid on Monday-Thursday travel (excludes Friday, Saturday or Sunday and travel in Mint).
  • When you search for an eligible award flight, the fare that you see will automatically include the discount.
  • Fares are are nonrefundable and nontransferable.

Quick Thoughts

While it’s nice that JetBlue is offering cheaper award flights for a few days, the usefulness of this promotion will be limited for many people.

Flights on Friday, Saturday and Sunday are excluded, as is travel in the week leading up to Memorial Day and the day after. The fact that flights in Mint are also excluded further limits how many people will want to take advantage of this deal.

As DoC notes, the number of miles required for JetBlue award flights is tied to the cash price, so there’s the potential to save more than 15% during a fare sale. That said, if you’re planning travel during the next couple of months and are able to fly on a weekday, it might be worth locking in lower award prices now rather than hoping you’ll be able to use fewer miles at the last minute.

h/t Doctor of Credit

Last updated on April 27th, 2019

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