Amazing Deal Alert: JetBlue Promo Code HOTSEATS Saves Up To 90% Off Select NYC Flights

by on July 16, 2013 · 7 comments

in Amazing Deal Alerts, JetBlue

This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page.

JetBlue is discounting last-minute flights from New York City this week up to 90% as part of a marketing campaign called Hot Seats. This deal is valid for flights departing NYC (JFK, LGA, EWR) on July 17th or 18th, and returning July 22nd or 23rd. These are valid for round-trip tickets and only valid on new bookings. To participate in this offer, use promo code HOTSEATS when booking.

Save some dough with JetBlue's Hot Seats offer.

Save some dough with JetBlue’s Hot Seats offer.

Offer Details:

  • Travel dates:
    Must depart: July 17 or July 18, 2013
    Must return: July 22 or July 23, 2013
  • Must depart from and return to JFK, LGA or EWR airports. Must depart from and return to same airport.
  • Roundtrip purchase required. New bookings only.
  • Only a very limited amount of promo codes are available, so grab them while it’s hot! Once they’re gone, well, they’re gone. Discount is not held until your purchase is finalized.

How To Book:

  • Promo codes are case sensitive and can only be redeemed online while very limited supplies last at
  • Search flights with specific travel dates listed above (JFK, LGA, or EWR departures only).
  • Both outbound and return dates must fall within indicated travel period in order for the discount to apply.
  • Enter code in promo code field exactly as it appears (case sensitive).
  • You must select flights in order for discount to appear. Once selected you will see the discount amount displayed in the itinerary subtotal on the flights page.
  • Only one code per reservation.

Sample Fares
I wanted to take a look and see how good this deal really was. I took a look at some sample dates and city pairs, and as long as they were selling seats on the flights, I was able to use this code. I was finding some good availability from New York to Tampa; Fort Myers; Jacksonville; Martha’s Vineyard; Portland, Oregon; and to Long Beach, California.

JFK to Martha's Vineyard for $56.69 roundtrip.

JFK to Martha’s Vineyard for $56.69 roundtrip.

Head from New York’s (JFK) to Martha’s Vineyard for $56.69 roundtrip.

JFK to Portland, Oregon for $131 roundtrip.

JFK to Portland, Oregon for $131 roundtrip.

Head from New York’s (JFK) to Portland, Oregon for $131.10 roundtrip.

New York

JFK to Long Beach, California for $124.59 roundtrip.

Head from New York’s (JFK) to Long Beach, California for $124.59 roundtrip.

My best advice is just to play around with the dates that this offer is available and with the cities to see if you can get something to work. Feel free to share your findings below on any great fares you can find.

Disclaimer: The responses below are not provided or commissioned by the bank advertiser. Responses have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the bank advertiser. It is not the bank advertiser's responsibility to ensure all posts and/or questions are answered.

Previous post:

Next post:

  • Michael

    FYI – may want to fix “June” in headlines, you have it right as “July” in the body.

  • thepointsguy


  • MusicMan216

    Ahhh JetBlue doesn’t fly out of Cleveland or Canton-Akron! Disappointing!

  • Jimmy Endresss

    With these fares so low I may buy airfare for the bum that lives on my doorstep to fly away for the weekend just so I dont have to smell him for a week.

  • Heather L. Cannady

    Yesterday the sale was good. Today it’s a joke.

  • Pingback: Today’s JetBlue Promo Code SAVE90 Saves Up To 90% Off Select NYC Flights | The Points Guy()

  • Patrick W

    I believe I’m doing all the steps correctly (dates, cities, nonstop, roundtrip, same airport), but for some reason the
    discount never actually applies. I even tried the same example flights.
    Am I doing something wrong when searching? Thanks for your site by the way; it is
    really useful!

Print This Page