Act Quickly: Free-ish JetBlue Packages!

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Update: This deal is dead. Congrats to those who moved quickly!

Right now there is a “probably too good to be true” offer out that you might as well take a swing at if you can fly JetBlue from 1/15/17 – 5/7/17.

Free-ish JetBlue Packages with Discount Codes

Right now you can use code VACATIONS150 to take $150 off a JetBlue Vacations package within the continental US and code VACATIONS250 to take $250 off a JetBlue Vacations package outside the continental U.S. travel only (includes travel to Puerto Rico).

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Here’s the kicker – there is no minimum spending requirement with the discount code at this second, so if you find a package where the hotel or the airfare are super cheap, then you can essentially get the booking for free. Of course you are going to find those very cheap or freebie-ish offers on JetBlue routes that are traditionally inexpensive.

However, even something like Houston – Boston and back can be done with a night of hotel for $50 – $60 all-in, or pay a bit more and get a nicer hotel. To get the price as low as possible, make the package for one person and book an entire second package for a second traveler if needed.

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Here is another Austin – Orlando example for about $25 for round trip flight and hotel. To find really cheap days to fly I used Google Flights, selected JetBlue as the only airline to search, and looked for the low fare days. Obviously the stay will have to be short in order to really keep the hotel cost low.

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I could play with this more and get better examples, but instead I’ll punt it to you and let you start playing with it. This will die any second and may or may not be honored, but it can’t hurt to try…

Head to Dan’s Deals to see more discussion and examples

Terms and Conditions:

Promo codes are valid until 1/31/17 (11:59 PM ET) for the specified discount off the new purchase of a JetBlue Vacations package for travel 1/15/17 – 5/7/17. VACATIONS150 is valid for $150 off a JetBlue Vacations package, continental U.S. travel only (does not include travel to Puerto Rico). VACATIONS250 is valid for $250 off a JetBlue Vacations package, non-continental U.S. travel only (includes travel to Puerto Rico). For discount to apply, both departing/returning flight must be nonstop and hotel stay must be within the eligible travel period. Code (case-sensitive) is valid towards one JetBlue Vacations package purchase only; new bookings only; limit one code per booking. Code is not valid for previously booked travel, non-revenue bookings (e.g., travel booked with a travel certificate, a combination of TrueBlue points and monetary payment, etc.), award flights, taxes, fees, partner or code share or interline flights including JetBlue flights when at least one segment is operated by a partner airline, baggage fees, or any other product or service. Code cannot be combined with other offers, cannot be partially redeemed, has no cash value, is not redeemable for cash, but is transferable. If you change or cancel your booking (where permitted), promo code will only apply to any modified or new reservation if it is booked by 11:59 PM ET on 1/31/17, is for travel within the eligible travel period, and otherwise satisfies all terms and conditions for this offer. You must call 1-800-JETBLUE, option 3 to make the modified or new reservation. Changes/cancellations after 1/31/17 will result in the promo code discount being forfeited. Flight terms and conditions apply. Proper documentation required for boarding. JetBlue Vacations terms and conditions apply.

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  1. Did you book anything? Those prices are unreal.

    I wondering if it will be honored. Do you think this is a mistake?

    Can you only stay one night doing this?

    I have a party of 7 so I don’t know if these ends up being a deal. Since each person would be getting a room and car?

    I mean it is still a great price if they honor it but I don’t think they can.

    • ebene, I did not, though I played around and priced out several crazy prices! I just don’t need any of the available destinations from here during that timeframe so I opted to play with it instead of book.

      • Oh wow. I don’t know if I could resisted. I got one to work to Boston and then was trying to get it to New York. I played around with Cuba, but the site was already having issues when I got on it. I wasn’t to excited about the places, but for that cheap I guess I would have gone.

        I think I would have booked something if I hadn’t gotten onto the deal right as it was dying. I would love to know if the prices will be honored.

        • I have learned that more trips just for the sake of travel isn’t really a good thing for our young family as it makes the trips we really wanted feel like chores as we get burned out. So, I’ll only book something these days if it is something we really want or need for some reason. I love playing with deals though!

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