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JetBlue’s $599 Unlimited Travel Pass

August 12, 2009

If you are planning a vacation that involves a lot of air-travel then JetBlue’s new unlimited travel pass may be for you! For $599, customers can purchase an unlimited travel pass that lets them fly for free to any of the airline’s 56 international and domestic destinations as often as they like between Sept. 8 and Oct. 8.

The JetBlue pass appears to be a great deal if you plan on flying more than once in that month. Consider this: A quick search by ABC News today found that the cheapest JetBlue flight from New York’s JFK Airport to San Francisco on Sept. 8, returning two days later, would cost $344.80. Do that trip twice and you have already saved money.

JetBlue has a limited number of routes and often has fares of $99. So, while the San Francisco example above makes it sound like a great deal, some passengers might need to make six trips to make it worthwhile.

Passes must be purchased by Aug.21 and it includes all taxes unless flying to Puerto Rico or one of JetBlue’s international destinations. Travelers who have already purchased a flight on JetBlue within that travel window can convert their existing ticket into a pass.

Although this may appeal to students, by September students are back in school, so they aren’t ideal candidates for this promotion.

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