JetBlue’s Big Fall Sale is back with three days of sales, including one-way flights starting as low as $39, across the JetBlue network. The sale includes international flights and wide availability out of New York, Boston, Los Angeles and Fort Lauderdale.
Flights are good for weekday and Saturday travel from September through mid-November. Flights must be booked by 11:59 p.m. EDT on Thursday.
Routes: Across the JetBlue network
How to book: Directly through the airline’s sale page
Travel dates: Sept. 6 to Nov. 15, excluding travel on Fridays and Sundays. Blackout dates may apply depending on the route.
Book by: 11:59 p.m. EDT on Thursday
Sale flights will be for JetBlue’s lowest fare classes, Blue Basic and Blue. Blue Basic only allows travelers one personal item that can fit under the seat in front of them; any full-size carry-on brought to the gate will be checked for $65. Neither fare type includes checked luggage, so factor in $35 for your first checked bag and $45 for your second. Change and cancel fees apply to Blue Basic.
The following flights were priced as listed at the time of publication. We cannot guarantee the below one-way flights will be available when you book:
- John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Charleston International Airport (CHS), starting at $39
- Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY), starting at $39
- Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to San Francisco International Airport (SFO), starting at $39
- MSY to JFK, starting at $54
- Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) to JFK, starting at $59
- Miami International Airport (MIA) to Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), starting at $64
- O’Hare International Airport (ORD) to JFK, starting at $69
- FLL to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS), starting at $79
- FLL to Nashville International Airport (BNA), starting at $79
- San Diego International Airport (SAN) to FLL, starting at $79
- SAN to JFK, starting at $79
- LAX to CHS, starting at $79
- LAX to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), starting at $99
Because this deal is for flights across the JetBlue network, you will likely find a sale flight for your desired route. To search this deal, head to the sale page and select the pencil icon to view flights available from a specific airport.
Or, select “View All Deals” to see the full scope of the sale.
This sale is advertised as being for one-way fares. However, you can use the low-fare calendar to identify two one-way flights for the sale price and stack them to make a round-trip.
In addition to discounted flights, this sale includes vacation packages starting at $313 for round-trip flights plus two nights at a hotel.
Maximize your purchase
If you book this deal, use a credit card that earns bonus points on airfare purchases, such as the JetBlue Plus Card (6 points per dollar on eligible JetBlue purchases) or the JetBlue Card (3 points per dollar on eligible JetBlue purchases). Or try the Chase Sapphire Reserve (3 points per dollar on airfare), the Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card (see rates and fees)(2 miles per dollar) or the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card (2 points per dollar on travel).
Check out this post to read more about the best credit cards for JetBlue flyers.
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One-way flights are available as low as $39 across the JetBlue network for fall travel. Though you can book this sale through Thursday, flights will likely sell out before then.
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