JetBlue Sale, Save $25 on $50+ One-Way Fares ($50 Off Round-Trips)

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JetBlue Sale, Save $25 on $50+ One-Way Fares

JetBlue  has launched a new fare sale that ends tonight. The New York based airline is offering $25 off per person on one-way flights with a minimum spend of $50 (excluding taxes and fees). You need to book by August 3 at 11:59 pm. 

Using the promo code FALLSALE, customers will be able to get this discount on travel between September 7 and November 16 (excluding Friday and Sunday travel). The discount only applies to one-way flights and to JetBlue’s base fare, and transatlantic flights are not included in the promotion. 

Booking a discounted flight is simple. Just go to the promotion page on JetBlue’s website and search for flights that fall within the promo time window. The promo code should already be added. You’ll know a flight is discounted if you see two prices, one grayed out with a line through it, and one in blue that reflects the $25 discount. It also works as $50 off a round-trip fare, as long as each leg’s base fare is $50 or more.

I see some fares as low as $42 one-way or $84 round-trip such as from NYC to Miami. Let me know of any other deals that you come across.

Offer Terms

Promo code is valid until 8/3 (11:59 PM ET) for $25 off the base fare of a JetBlue flight for travel 9/7-11/16/22 (Excl. Fri & Sun, Mint and Transatlantic travel). Discount applies per person and only on nonstop flights priced with a base fare of at least $50 one-way, excluding taxes and fees. Discount is not available via customer service contact center, however, lap infants can be added to bookings after purchase through the contact center. View details on government taxes and fees. Subject to availability. Code is valid for flights purchased online, new bookings only; limit one code per booking. Code is not valid in connection with JetBlue Vacations packages, Mint fares, award flights, Cash + Points redemption bookings, taxes/fees, partner or codeshare or interline flights including JetBlue flights when at least one segment is operated by a partner airline, baggage fees, or any other products or services. Code cannot be combined with other offers, cannot be partially redeemed, has no cash value, and is not redeemable for cash

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