JetBlue Unlimited Pass Returns Starting from $499

by  Amber Nolan | Aug 17, 2010
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Last fall, JetBlue made headlines with its “All You Can Jet” pass, which allowed a month of unlimited travel for savvy flyers. Now, the airline is offering a second shot at any traveler’s dream by offering unrestricted access to every route in its network starting from $499. Travel is valid from September 7 to October 6, but not valid on weekends. However, a similar pass can be purchased for $699, which allows weekend travel as well. This offer expires August 30. Domestic taxes and fees are included, but expect to pay extra for international taxes.

THE VALUE:  A cross-country flight will usually set you back upwards of $300 round-trip. The more you fly, the more you save! In theory, you can visit 30 cities in 30 days (at the cost of some serious jetlag).

THE CATCH: Last year’s pass sold out quickly, so be sure to book purchase one ASAP.


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