Missed out earlier this week? Well, you're in luck as round two of JetBlue's "Big Winter Sale." is getting a one-day extension to give you another shot. The 250+ sale routes' travel window remains the same: midweek from late January through the end of March. Fares start at $44 one-way but you'll have to book by tonight to score these advertised sale prices!

Travel Availability

  • Travel Period: January 21 - March 31, 2020
  • Travel Days of the Week: Tuesdays and Wednesdays
  • Blackout Dates: February 18 - 19, 2020

Sale Period

Tickets must be purchased by today Thursday, January 16, at 11:59 pm ET or local time.

Sample Sale Fares:

All fares are nonstop and work in the reverse direction as well.

Boston to Pittsburgh $87 roundtrip

Newark to Fort Lauderdale $88 roundtrip

Fort Myers to Newark $97 roundtrip

Fort Lauderdale to Atlanta $118 roundtrip

Sacramento to Long Beach $118 roundtrip

Chicago-ORD to Fort Lauderdale $128 roundtrip

Orlando to Austin $138 roundtrip

Savannah to New York-JFK $138 roundtrip

Washington DC-DCA to West Palm Beach $148 roundtrip

Long Beach to Portland, OR $148 roundtrip

New York-JFK to Denver $168 roundtrip

White Plains to Tampa $208 roundtrip

San Juan to Boston $258 roundtrip


Related: How to Fly JetBlue


Baggage

These fares only include one small personal item and one standard piece of carry-on luggage. Checked bag fees start at $30 each way.

Seat Assignments

Basic Blue fares require a charge for advanced seat assignments, or you can skip this step and choose your seat from what is available during check-in for free. Blue fares include standard advanced seat selection during booking.

Example Booking

Research your specific itinerary, as the sample below shows you can sometimes find fares even cheaper than advertised. Searching JetBlue's sale site, I found seats departing Boston BOS on January 21, with a return flight from Pittsburgh PIT on January 28 for $87 roundtrip, only $1 less than quoted, but you get the idea.

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