Last Day! JetBlue Early Black Friday Sale

Last Day! JetBlue Early Black Friday Sale

With Black Friday approaching in a week’s time, JetBlue launched an early sale with great domestic and select international fares.

JetBlue Offering Early Black Friday Sale

Celebrating early Black Friday, through November 18, 2022, 11:59 PM (ET), JetBlue is offering discounts on domestic US flights as well as flights to Canada, the Caribbean and Central America.

The sale will be ending tonight Eastern Time and you will have dates between December 1, 2022, to February 15, 2023, to travel.

Ticket Fares For JetBlue’s Early Sale

Based on JetBlue’s website, I can find one-way flights costing as low as US$39 and a round-trip flight and hotel package for US$159. All pricing includes taxes and fees so I find them reasonable when the packages include a two-night stay at the hotel.

Here are some of the fares I found:

On a flight to Los Angeles, you will be staying at Westin LAX which cost around US$160 per night. So given that the flight + hotel package costs US$408 from Boston to LA, that’s quite a great deal.

However, there are some terms and conditions to be aware of:

  • Your travel must be on Tuesdays & Wednesdays departure
  • Blackout dates are applied on December 20, 2022 ~ January 3, 2023
  • Only the Lowest available fare (Blue Basic, Blue) are on sale
  • Different or additional day-of-week restrictions, travel windows, and blackout dates may apply and vary by route

With the Blue Basic and Blue fare, JetBlue TrueBlue members will earn 1 to 3 points per dollar spent, and 2X points when booking online. This Black Friday sale will be eligible to earn TrueBlue points but not the hotel elite night credits.

Summary

JetBlue launched an early Black Friday sale that ends tonight Eastern Time. If you have an upcoming trip – whether domestic or to the Caribbean, the airline is offering one-way fares as low as US$39 and also has great flight + hotel packages too.

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