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JetBlue Cyber Monday Sale

JetBlue is one of the few airlines to actually have a decent Thanksgiving weekend sale.

Get $50 off any one way with a base fare of $100+ (or $100 off a round trip of $200+ base fare).

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If you already have JetBlue tickets booked, go ahead and rebook with this, assuming you have anything but Blue Basic booked.

I’m thinking that many of you will be able to score some effectively half price tickets here… It’s especially nice that it seems to be an open-ended booking period.

All details are on the JetBlue sale page

Offer details

  • Promo code: CYBER
  • Book by 11/30/21 (11:59 PM EST)
  • Minimum spend $100 (excl. taxes & fees) on each one-way segment
  • Discount applies to base fare
  • Valid on nonstop flights only
  • Not valid on transatlantic flights
  • Not valid on previous bookings

How to book

  • Search flights within travel dates listed in promo code offer details.
  • You must select flights in order for discount to appear. Once selected you will see the discount amount displayed in the bottom right side of the flights page.


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