JetBlue is discounting flights from New York City this week up to 80% as part of a marketing campaign called Flight Week. Every day they’ll announce three cities that are up to 80% off the base fare for limited, last minute dates of travel. Today’s options are: St. Maarten, Ft. Myers and Liberia, Costa Rica. The trick is that you need to depart either today, tomorrow or next Monday-Wednesday (February 4-6). You can return 1/31- 2/8 depending on the city.
I did a quick search to St. Maarten, since I’ve never been to see the airport there, which has incredible plane watching. A $496 flight came down to $180 total roundtrip after the JFKSXM80 promo code.
To search these fares, go here and then click the “Let’s Go” button and then enter the promo code (located in the image above below each city pair) on the flight search page.
Hat tip to our friends at Jaunted!
JetBlue also just launched a “High Five” Bonus where you can earn 5,000 bonus TrueBlue points with the purchase of any three roundtrip flights in 2013.
The terms seem simple enough: “We’re giving 5,000 bonus points to every TrueBlue member who purchases and flies three roundtrip JetBlue flights in 2013. It’s that easy. That’s 5,000 extra points to use toward any seat, anytime, on any flight operated by JetBlue. Period.”
You don’t have to register or use a promo code or anything, and the only expiration date or promotional period stated that I could find was that you have to both purchase and fly the three roundtrips within 2013, so you have a year to rack these up.
TrueBlue points can be redeemed for any JetBlue flight at the rate of about 1 cent per point, so 5,000 points = $50 in value. That isn’t going to get you too far, but it’s better than nothing!
I wrote a quick overview of the TrueBlue program in 2010 if you want a quick primer (I haven’t updated it, though not a lot has changed).
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