All-You-Can-Jet this Fall for $599

by  Amber Nolan | Aug 13, 2009
Jetblue airplane tailfin
Jetblue airplane tailfin / rypson/iStock

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If you spend lots of time zipping around in the sky, it's time to get your head out of the clouds when it comes to dishing out for a multitude of pricey flights. JetBlue’s to the rescue with their brand-new All-You-Can-Jet program, in which travelers can enjoy a month of unlimited travel to any of the airline’s 56 destinations, all for just $599. This bundled pass includes taxes and fees when flying between U.S. destinations, or, opt to head out to global hot spots in the Caribbean (including Puerto Rico), Mexico, Bermuda, and more – though you'll have to supplement the difference in international taxes and fees for those. This special offer is valid on coach-class seats from September 8 through October 8, and must be purchased by August 21.

The real shocker with this unlimited pass is that there are no blackout dates – but there are some draconian punishments if you pull a “no-show” for your flight. Not only will they charge you $100 in fees, but JetBlue will also suspend your pass until you pay up – so don’t go on a booking free-for-all unless you’re going to make it to the airport on time.

For JetBlue customers who have already booked a flight during this window of opportunity, have no fear – if customers are interested in upgrading, the airline will allow them to deduct the amount already paid for their flight(s) from the $599 price of the pass. Just keep in mind that only TrueBlue members can book flights with this program, which is free to join.

Makes you kind of want to ditch work for the next month, and pull the ole Carmen Sandiego, eh? For more information visit

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