JetBlue flash sale: Flights starting at $44 one-way or $87 round-trip

Oct 7, 2019

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What time is it? It’s JetBlue Sale O’Clock.

For two days only, you’ll be able to book flights starting at just $44 one-way or $87 round-trip. While most of the round-trip deals are domestic, we’re seeing some cheap one-way fares to parts of the Caribbean.

Note that you’ll need to travel between October 15 and January 29, 2020. Also keep in mind that all tickets are in Blue fare class and there are numerous blackout dates, including Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

Related: How to redeem points with the JetBlue TrueBlue program

To search, head to JetBlue’s deals page and enter your origin and destination cities. Scroll through the calendar function to find dates and prices that work for you. Finally, click through to book directly with the airline. But don’t wait because this sale ends on October 8 at 11:59 PM!

Airline: JetBlue
Routes: Major routes served by JetBlue, see full list here
Cost: $44+ one-way or $87+ round-trip
Dates: October – January 2020
Pay With: The Platinum Card® from American Express (5x on airfare booked directly with the airline), Citi Prestige® Card (5x on airfare), Citi Premier℠ CardChase Sapphire Reserve (3x on airfare), American Express® Gold Card (3x on airfare when booked directly with the airline) or Chase Sapphire Preferred Card (2x on travel)

Here are a few examples of what you can book:

Ft. Lauderdale (FLL) to Nassau (NAS) for $69 one-way:

Atlanta (ATL) to Orlando (MCO) for $44 one-way or $87 round-trip nonstop:

San Francisco (SFO) to Long Beach (LGB) for $44 one-way or $87 round-trip nonstop:

Boston (BOS) to Philadelphia (PHL) for $49 one-way or $97 round-trip nonstop:

Chicago (ORD) to Boston (BOS) for $49 one-way or $97 round-trip nonstop:

New York (LGA) to Ft. Lauderdale (FLL) for $54 one-way or $107 round-trip nonstop:

Austin (AUS) to Orlando (MCO) for $69 one-way or $137 round-trip nonstop:

Maximize Your Purchase

Don’t forget to use a credit card that earns additional points on airfare purchases, such as The Platinum Card® from American Express (5x on flights booked directly with airlines or American Express Travel), Chase Sapphire ReserveAmerican Express® Gold CardCiti Premier CardCiti Prestige Card (5x on airfare) or the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card (2x on all travel purchases). Check out this post for more on maximizing airfare purchases.

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