Those who just love to fly and don’t really care where they’re going can rejoice, as Jet Blue has brought back their All You Can Jet promotion. The unlimited travel fare will enable travelers to go anywhere Jet Blue flies, as often as they want, for one price. The catch is, though, you have to fly from two specific airports.
The All You Can Jet airfare, now dubbed the “Blue Pass” promotion, must originate from either Boston’s Logan Airport or Long Beach Airport in California, but travelers can jet to all cities in the Jet Blue network. And judging by the cost, about $1299 from Long Beach or up to $1999 from Boston, it looks to be geared towards business travel. The Blue Pass offers one option from Long Beach and two from Boston which includes flying during a three month period from August 22-November 22.
Here are the details of each Blue Pass option:
Long Beach Select ($1,299): Travel between Long Beach and nine markets on the West Coast including: Austin; Chicago O’Hare; Las Vegas; Oakland; Portland, Ore.; Sacramento; Salt Lake City; San Francisco; and Seattle.
Boston Select ($1,499): Travel between Boston and 13 select markets flying from Logan, including: Baltimore; Bermuda; Buffalo; Charlotte; Chicago O’Hare; Jacksonville; New York JFK; Newark: Liberty; Pittsburgh; Raleigh/Durham; Richmond, Va.; Washington Dulles; and Washington Reagan National.
Boston All ($1,999): For travelers heading Boston to 32 cities non-stop on JetBlue, and 22 additional destinations via connecting service at New York’s JFK, Orlando or Fort Lauderdale airports.
There are no black out dates and tickets can be booked as late as 90 minutes before scheduled departure times. In addition, Blue Pass customers can begin reserving flights as early as August 15. The fare does not include taxes or security fees which must be paid at the time of the flight. And should Blue Pass travelers fail to show up, they will be charged $100 for every two flights missed within the same week.
Those wishing to take advantage of the All You Can Jet promotion should act fast, however, as in both 2009 and 2010, the fare sold out VERY quickly!
Hat tip – USAToday