Who says you need a broomstick to fly around on Halloween? JetBlue is getting in the spirit and offering $31 one-way airfares in honor of the date when all the ghouls and ghosts come a-knockin’.
Today only! Trick or treat yo’ self, with these scarily low deals only available on select dates around the Halloween holiday. With tickets at these prices available on a handful of departures between October 29th and 31st. Allowing you to piece together a quick getaway for $61 roundtrip if you're flexible with travel dates.
Travel Period: October 29 - 31, 2019, many roundtrip routes allow for travel before or beyond late October, as long as one flight falls within the sale period.
Travel Days of the Week: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, return flights outside of sale period available other days of the week.
Blackout Dates: None listed
All tickets must be booked by midnight tonight September 26, 2019, local time, or else you’ll turn into a pumpkin and be haunted until next year when JetBlue puts out its next ghoulishly good sale.
Nonstop Sale Fares
Below are a few sample sale deals, but with over a hundred routes slashed down in these Hal-LOW-een deals, we only listed enough to fit in your candy bag.
These fares only include one small personal item and one standard piece of carry-on luggage. Checked bag fees start at $30 each way.
You may choose your own assignments from standard economy class seats that are still available at no extra charge.
As an example below, I found seats departing Boston BOS on Tuesday, October 29 and returning from Nashville BNA on Thursday, October 31, 2019, for the frighteningly low price of $61 roundtrip. Have a look around to see what you can unearth.
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