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JetBlue just brought back the coveted All You Can Jet pass for a few lucky New Yorkers: three buskers who are going from the street to the sky.

The pass is part of a promotion to raise awareness for VH1 Save the Music. JetBlue has been a partner for 10 years, raising more than $200,000 to help the foundation keep music education in public schools.

Back in the day, JetBlue offered the month-long All You Can Jet pass to everyone, letting customers travel anywhere the airline flew for one flat fee (plus taxes). It was discontinued shortly after — and unfortunately the carrier isn’t currently bringing it back for the general public — but these musicians are getting a taste of it this year.

JetBlue team members surprised the three artists, all of whom agreed to take part in a documentary about the sound of New York City, with year-long all-you-can-fly passes. The goal is to help them connect with audiences across the US, presumably with JetBlue cameras following. Watch below as they get the news:

If you want to help the cause, JetBlue is also hosting a charity auction until September 23, 2016. While you won’t be able to bid on an All You Can Jet pass, prizes include four tickets to the Patriots vs. Texans game in Houston, coffee with JetBlue’s VP of Marketing Jamie Perry and more.

But before you get your hopes up, no All You Can Jet passes there.

Where would you go if you had an All You Can Jet pass? 

Featured image courtesy of VH1 Save the Music

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