JetBlue is celebrating it's 20th anniversary with one-way fares from $20! The "20 Years Just Flew By Sale," valid through February 12, has solid savings on several routes. Find below some of the $20 one-way ($39-$40 roundtrip) fares, but note that the sale features a couple hundred routes. Travel, too, is extensive, covering about four month from mid-February through mid-June.

Travel Availability

  • Travel Period: February 19 - June 17
  • Travel Days of the Week: Tuesdays and Wednesdays
  • Blackout Dates: March 18 - March 31, April 14 - April 21

Sale Period

Tickets must be purchased by today Wednesday, February 12, at 11:59 pm ET or local time.

Sample Sale Fares

Boston to Philadelphia $39 roundtrip

Boston to Syracuse $40 roundtrip 

Ft. Lauderdale to Jacksonville $40 roundtrip

Ft. Lauderdale to Atlanta $40 roundtrip

New York City to Worcester $40 roundtrip

New York City to Syracuse $40 roundtrip

Las Vegas to Long Beach $40 roundtrip

Long Beach to Las Vegas $40 roundtrip

Orlando to Atlanta $40 roundtrip

Rochester to Boston $40 roundtrip

San Juan to St. Thomas $40 roundtrip

Syracuse to New York City $40 roundtrip

Boston to Buffalo $78 roundtrip

Pittsburgh to Boston $78 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 $35 each way for one, $45 for the second.

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 April 7, with a return flight from Philadelphia PHL on April 14 $39 roundtrip, only $1 less than quoted, but you get the idea.

 

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