JetBlue is continuing their sale on flights from New York City today as part of their 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. On Monday we saw discounted fares to St. Maarten, Costa Rica and Ft. Myers, and yesterday they offered cheap flights to Bermuda, Portland, Oregon, and Grand Cayman. Today’s three destinations are: Nassau, Bahamas, Oakland, CA, and Samana, DR.
Here are the details on each:
Nassau, Bahamas: Use promo code JFKNAS80 and depart 2/2 – 2/4/13 and return 2/6 – 2/9/13.
Oakland, CA: Use promo code JFKOAK80 and depart 2/1, 2/3 or 2/4/13 and return 2/3, 2/4, 2/8 or 2/10/13.
Samana, DR: Use promo code JFKAZS80 and depart 2/2 or 2/6/13 and return 2/6, 2/9 or 2/13/13.
I took a look at some sample fares and for $164.40 you can go to Nassau, Bahamas leaving from JFK on February 2nd and return February 6th. Normally this flight would cost $316.
Going to Oakland, you can depart on February 1st and return on February 8th for a total of $168.60. Without the discount this flight would go for $756!
Lastly, you can travel to Samana in the Dominican Republic for $206.50 round trip, leaving on February 2nd and returning on the 9th – saving yourself $308.50.
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. Though these fares are for last-minute travel, if you have a little scheduling flexibility, you should think about taking advantage of them since fares are normally quite pricey this time of year.
Availability is very limited – though the discounted fares were still showing on all the days available for each city pair when I was looking – so if you’re considering it, better to book sooner rather than later. Stay tuned for tomorrow’s featured destinations.
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