JetBlue's BluePass: 3 Months of Unlimited Travel from Boston & Long Beach

Tracy Stewart, July 28, 2011
Fares from Washington DC:

    It's not quite the All-You-Can-Jet Pass, but if you happen to live in or within driving distance to Boston or Long Beach, you might consider JetBlue's new BluePass. Choose from three options, ranging from $1,299 to $1,999, for three months of unlimited travel, from August 22 through November 22.

    At the very top, the Boston All pass includes unlimited travel to all JetBlue cities for $1,999, before taxes.

    For $1,499 before taxes, the Boston Select pass includes unlimited travel to New York, Newark, Baltimore, Buffalo, both Washington DC airports, Richmond, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, Chicago, Jacksonville, and Bermuda.

    And from California, the Long Beach Select pass includes unlimited travel to Las Vegas, Oakland, San Francisco, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, Portland, Seattle, Austin, and Chicago, all for the bargain basement price of $1,299, before taxes.

    For all you indecisive and/or spontaneous types: Book online 90 minutes prior to departure. No change fees or cancel fees for any plan. But be warned: If a BluePass customer no-shows for a flight two (2) times in a seven (7) day period, a penalty fee of $100 will be incurred. The BluePass and all existing reservations will be suspended until the penalty fee is paid. Booking multiple flights departing from the same city on the same day is prohibited.

    Each BluePass is eligible for TrueBlue points—customers who purchase the Boston All BluePass will receive 12,000 TrueBlue points. Customers who purchase the Boston Select BluePass will receive 9,000 TrueBlue points. Customers who purchase the Long Beach Select BluePass will receive 8,000 TrueBlue points.

    Remember, all pass prices do not include domestic, international, and Puerto Rico taxes. BluePass flights can only be booked online at, starting from August 15. This offer expires August 31.