12 Days of JetBlue Deals Start With $20 Flights!

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Lots of retail companies do their own versions of the “12 Days of Deals” this time of the year, but rarely does a travel company commit to that many straight days of different deals. That makes it especially cool that JetBlue is doing “A December to Adventure” with 12 days of one-day-only deals that started yesterday and run for 11 more days through December 16th.

Yesterday’s deals were some $20 JetBlue flights at select times between select cities, but they have yet to announce what the next 11 deals will be. Each deal is only valid that one day beginning at 1PM Eastern, and it may run out before the end of the day (11:59 Eastern), so don’t delay if you like the offering.

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I’ll do my best to tweet out the different deals or perhaps even do a post if one or two is especially enticing, but otherwise just keep an eye on the JetBlue site around 1PM Eastern for the next 11 days if you want to see what they have in store.

Of course if JetBlue is a convenient airline for your family then you also may want to consider getting The JetBlue Plus Card which awards 30,000 JetBlue points after you spend $1,000 in the first 90 days, provides 10% of your redeemed JetBlue points back, gives you a 50% discount on in-flight food and cocktails on JetBlue flights, and covers the first free checked bag for you and up to three travel companions on your JetBlue flight bookings. Those perks will probably make most of the 12 December to Adventure deals even better!

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