Deal Alert: JetBlue Mint Between Boston and San Francisco From $797 Round-Trip
Update: Some offers mentioned below are no longer available. View the current offers here.
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JetBlue is offering Mint seats between San Francisco (SFO) and Boston (BOS) for $399 one-way, or $797 round-trip. The sale fares are available for arrival or departure from either city. There's a wide range of availability between now and the end of October 2018, although dates in March and April have more limited seats than May onward.
This is a very select sale fare, but the wide range of available dates to fly TPG's favorite domestic business-class product at such a fantastic rate makes this deal a no-brainer for people looking to fly across the country in comfort.
Routes: SFO-BOS and vice versa
Cost: $399 one-way ($797 round-trip) in JetBlue Mint
Dates: February - October 2018
Booking Link: JetBlue
Pay With: The Platinum Card from American Express (5x on airfare), Chase Sapphire Reserve, or Chase Sapphire Preferred Card (2x on travel)
Here are some available dates you can book:
San Francisco (SFO) to Boston (BOS) for $797 round-trip in Mint in February:
Boston (BOS) to San Francisco (SFO) for $797 round-trip in Mint in March:
Travel to Dreamforce 2018 in lie-flat comfort from Boston (BOS) to San Francisco (SFO) in late September:
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H/T: The Flight Deal