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Deal alert: JetBlue 'Monster Sale' features $31 one-way fares

Oct. 27, 2021
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Deal alert: JetBlue 'Monster Sale' features $31 one-way fares
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JetBlue is running a massive sale with fares as low as $31 each way on Book Wednesday, Oct. 27, through Friday, Oct. 29, to snag low fares on select JetBlue routes, for travel between Nov. 1 and Dec. 16, as part of JetBlue’s online "Monster Sale" just ahead of Halloween.

You can also access these sale fares by calling JetBlue reservations, but note that a $25 booking fee would apply.

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A JetBlue Airways Airbus A321-231 arriving at LAX in November 2020. (Photo by AaronP/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

Airline: JetBlue.
Cost: Starting at $31 one-way for select routes.
Dates: Nov. 1-Dec. 16, Thanksgiving week excluded.
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This sale excludes some travel dates, including over Thanksgiving (Nov. 20-29) and travel on Fridays and Sundays. Fares are subject to limited availability, meaning they may not be available on all days or all flights. Sale fares do not include taxes and fees.

“The launch of our 2021 ‘Monster Sale’ supports the next phase of our direct distribution strategy, which focuses on driving more direct bookings among leisure travelers looking to reconnect with family, friends and the places they love,” Dave Clark, the vice president of sales and revenue management at JetBlue, said in a statement.

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The best way to take advantage of these low fares is by booking through JetBlue directly rather than through a third party. The airline promises one-way flights as low as $31 to and from 31 routes, including:

  • Departing from Atlanta (ATL); Austin, Texas (AUS); Chicago (ORD); Cleveland (CLE); Washington, D.C. (DCA); Philadelphia (PHL); Nashville (BNA); and New Orleans (MSY) to Fort Lauderdale (FLL).
  • Departing from Boston (BOS) to Washington, D.C. (DCA), Miami (MIA), New York City (JFK), Philadelphia (PHL) and San Antonio (SAT).
  • Departing from New York (JFK) to Atlanta (ATL), Miami (MIA), Nashville (BNA) and San Antonio (SAT).
  • Departing from New York (LGA) to Denver (DEN) and Jacksonville, Florida (JAX).
  • Departing from Los Angeles (LAX) to Las Vegas (LAS) and San Francisco (SFO).

Remember that the sale fares are applicable in either direction, so the same fare price would be listed for ATL to FLL and FLL to ATL, for example.

You’ll note that sale fares are for the lowest class available, either Blue Basic or Blue. Blue Basic only includes one personal item that can fit under the seat in front of you (excluding for Mosaic members) and neither include checked baggage, so factor in an additional $35 for your first bag and $45 for your second should you choose to check bags. Change and cancel fees apply to Basic fares as of Nov. 1, as outlined below.

(Screenshot courtesy of JetBlue)

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Booking through the airline directly gives customers the opportunity to find the cheapest deals as part of this sale. You can also earn 2x TrueBlue points when booking on and can participate in Points Pooling to share points with friends and family that never expire and aren’t subject to blackout dates. You can also unlock access to other deals, including on hotels, vacation rentals and car rentals through JetBlue.

Head over to to book your travel now as this sale only lasts two days.

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