JetBlue’s “All You Can Jet Pass” promotion is back, allowing frequent fliers to book unlimited flights over a 30-day period, all for a flat fee.
Customers have the option of paying $699 for a pass that lets them travel as often as they like, every day of the week. There is also a cheaper pass, priced at $499, that excludes travel on Fridays and Sundays. JetBlue flies to the U.S., Mexico, South America and the Caribbean.
Both passes are good for travel between Sept. 7 and Oct. 6. You can’t start booking flights until Aug. 23, but don’t wait to buy your passes, which are for sale on JetBlue’s website. Last August, the passes sold out in just two days. Of course, they were slightly cheaper, costing $599 for the all-inclusive pass. No five-day pass was offered.
Most of the caveats are similar to last year’s promotion. You must be part ofJetBlue’s TrueBlue membership club, enrollment in which is free. Customers receive 4,200 TrueBlue points redeemable for future travel when they purchase the 7-day pass. Customers who purchase the 5-day pass receive 3,000 TrueBlue points. Flights subsequently booked on the pass are not available for additional TrueBlue points.
Each flight must be booked three days prior to departure. Changes or cancellations to a reservation within three days of the flight can incur a $50 fee. There is also a $100 penalty fee for “no shows.” International and Puerto Rico taxes and fees are not included in the pass price and will be charged separately.
There is no age restriction on the passes, but customers 13 and under must have a parent register them for TrueBlue, purchase their pass and reserve all their travel. Additionally, there is an $85 per person fee each way for unaccompanied minors (children ages 5-13).
According to the Associated Press, the passes are being issued during a traditionally sluggish travel period between summer vacation and winter holidays.
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