How would you like to fly across the United States in a month and spend only $600 doing it?
JetBlue is offering an unusual promotion in the downturn. Basically, this is the way it works: if you buy a JetBlue all-you-can-jet pass for $599 between now and August 21st you can fly anywhere the airline goes virtually as often as you'd like from September 8 to October 8, and there are no blackout dates.
However, flights must be booked no later than 11:59 a.m. three days before the flight's scheduled departure.
So, is it worth it? This is what the publication SmartMoney had to say about the airline's deal:
"Say you're tempted to buy an "All You Can Jet" pass to book a getaway to the Dominican Republic. Round-trip flights from Washington, D.C., to Santo Domingo could cost you around $445 with tax if you booked a weeklong trip now. Using the pass, you could also take a weekend trip to Houston that might otherwise cost about $348 on JetBlue. You'd still pay taxes on the international flight - so you'd spend about $746 on travel that would have cost you $793. Depending on where you're flying from, you might need to take three trips within that month to really make the pass an attractive bargain."
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