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August 14th, 2009
All You can Fly For $599?

JetBlue has this crazy special going on between Sept and Oct that you can fly anywhere they fly for $599.

Could it be like all-you-can-eat? If so, that seems a bit scary to me. I’m not a big fan of buffets and you know that the crab claws are always gone, while the Jell-o salad is always brimming to the rim.

So, will that be the same with jetBlue? You can fly anywhere that there are flights available, but what will be available??? I’m grounded for the month of September, so if you take advantage of this program, let me know!

Here are the details and the LINK:

Enjoy unlimited travel with our All-You-Can-Jet Pass! For just $599* you can take JetBlue anywhere you like, as often as you like, from September 8 to October 8, 2009. Use your All-You-Can-Jet Pass for business, for pleasure, to visit your favorite cities or to meet with a client. You might as well just do it all! With more than 50 cities to choose from, and for just $599, it’s a deal you can’t pass up.
About the Pass

* $599 for a month of unlimited travel, any available seat
o Domestic taxes and fees included
o International and Puerto Rico taxes and fees not included

* On sale through Friday, August 21, 2009, or while supplies last
* Travel Dates: Tuesday, September 8, 2009 through Thursday, October 8, 2009
* Each flight must be booked no later than 11:59 p.m. MDT three days prior to the flight’s scheduled departure.
* Nonrefundable/nontransferable/no name changes permitted
* Customers who already have a flight booked during the pass travel period can pay the difference to upgrade to the pass by calling 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583), prompt 4.
* Each All-You-Can-Jet Pass is eligible for 35 TrueBlue points. Flights booked on the pass are not available for additional TrueBlue points.

To purchase an All-You-Can-Jet Pass:

Call 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583), option 4. You do not have to be a TrueBlue member at the time of purchase, but a TrueBlue number is required to book all flights.To join TrueBlue, click here; it’s free.
To book flights with your All-You-Can-Jet Pass:

* Before calling to reserve your flight, please visit jetblue.com to check availability and select flight times.
* Call 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583), prompt 4.
* Provide your pass number which is your original reservation number.
* Provide your TrueBlue number.
* You may only book one flight per city per day; if a violation of this policy is found, JetBlue will honor only the last booking made and cancel the customer’s other bookings from that city on that day.
* Each flight must be booked no later than 11:59 p.m. MDT three days prior to the flight’s scheduled departure.
* You can change/cancel flights for no fee with three (3) or more days notice; changes or cancellations to flight bookings made after 11:59 p.m. MDT three days prior to the flight’s scheduled departure will be charged standard JetBlue change/cancel fees.

To change or cancel All-You-Can-Jet Pass travel:

* Greater than three (3) days before a flight: $0 change/cancellation fees
* Less than three (3) days before a flight: JetBlue’s standard change/cancel fees apply

In the case of a no-show, the customer’s pass will be placed on hold, any reserved pass flights will be canceled, and no new flight segments wil be able to be booked until the customer pays a $100 no-show penalty.

2 thoughts on “All You can Fly For $599?

  1. What the hell does this sentence mean?

    “You may only book one flight per city per day; if a violation of this policy is found, JetBlue will honor only the last booking made and cancel the customer’s other bookings from that city on that day”

    Are they saying they allow direct flights only? For example, a flight from LAX to BTV requires a stop in JFK. This means there are *technically* 2 flights per JFK: one to JFK (from LAX) and one from JFK (to BTV) and therefore not eligible?

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