All You Can Jet on jetBlue for US$699.00 — But What About the Fees?

The All You Can Jet Pass offered by jetBlue can be a really great deal at US$699.00 where one can travel unlimited domestically on jetBlue between September 7, 2010 and October 6, 2010, including all taxes and fees…

…well, not exactly including all fees, such as:

  • An $85.00 per person fee each way for unaccompanied minors between ages 5 and 13
  • A $50.00 fee for changes or cancellations within three days of departure of the flight, although there is no fee if the change or cancellation is greater than three days before the departure of the flight
  • A $100.00 penalty “no-show” fee if one simply does not show up for the scheduled flight

Still, US$699.00 is a great deal for those who can take full advantage of this offer to fly to any domestic destination in the jetBlue system.

The less-expensive US$499.00 option, where travel on Fridays and Sundays are excluded, is sold out at the time this was posted.

Other rules, limitations and restrictions apply, such as a 3-day advance purchase is required, and the All You Can Jet Pass is not valid for international destinations or Puerto Rico.

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One response to “All You Can Jet on jetBlue for US$699.00 — But What About the Fees?

  1. Well, this is certainly going in the right direction as far as I’m concerned (right now I’m boycotting all airline travel) as long as it includes the ridicules baggage charge. I wonder if this price also includes non-alcoholic beverages, probably not, still….
    Imagine the lesser offer being sold out! Hmmmm, what’s the message here? It’s so bad out here that all an airline has to do is advertise “NO BAGGAGE FEES!” and customers will come flocking to fill their planes. Sad but true.

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