Win One of 1,000 Free JetBlue Flights if You Owe Taxes

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As I am sure you know, Tax Day is coming up next week, and I don’t care how many miles I may earn from paying what we may owe with a rewards earning credit card, I’d much prefer to skip that expense if that were a possibility. Since I know pretty much everyone else feels the same, you have to give JetBlue some props for creating a fun promotion out of an otherwise yucky part of life by giving away 1,000 free one-way JetBlue flights to those who say they owe the IRS this year!

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You can enter the random drawing once per day until April 25, 2017, for a free one-way flight on any JetBlue round trip flight within the contiguous 48 states and Alaska. They seem to be already giving away the discount codes to winners via email. The free flight does not cover Mint seats, but otherwise seems pretty flexible and is transferrable in case you win and can’t put it to use. You must book and travel between May 1 – June 15, 2017.

Even if you don’t win, remember that The JetBlue Plus Card 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. That could come in handy even if you are flying on an otherwise free JetBlue flight!

Good luck if you enter and best wishes on getting through Tax Day!

Thanks to Angelina Travels for the head’s up on this promo!


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