Flying JetBlue Tomorrow

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I just checked in for my first JetBlue flight tomorrow and I’m a little bit nervous. I am used to being a Platinum on Delta, so almost all of my flights are in first class and always in an exit row when in coach. I tried buying an extra legroom seat, but they were sold out. I’m 6’7, so riding in a regular coach seat for 4 hours scares me. However, I’m excited to see what all the buzz is about and to check out their terminal at JFK. I’ll write a full report on my return.

No matter how it goes, at least I’m getting 500 points and a $50 voucher for a future flight by signing up for this promo.

If you have any helpful JetBlue tips- feel free to comment below!

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