JetBlue Launches Month of Unlimited Travel for $599

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In the hope of sparking more travel, JetBlue has launched a new promotion. Through August 21, customers can purchase a flight pass to visit as many destinations as often as they like between September 8 and October 8 as part of JetBlue’s new All-You-Can-Jet pass. Customers who sign on will have access to every available seat, on every flight and can book travel or make changes up to three days before departure. Thirty-five TrueBlue points from the airline's customer loyalty program will also be awarded with the purchase of an All-You-Can-Jet pass.

"The All-You-Can-Jet pass gives jetsetters access to a bigwig lifestyle, with 56 destinations and more than 150 jets available at a moment's notice," said Robin Hayes, executive vice president and chief commercial officer for JetBlue Airways.

Customers who purchase a pass can book new travel or make changes or cancellations to previous pass reservations without penalty up to three days before departure. All travel using the All-You-Can-Jet pass must be booked between by October 5. Changes or cancellations made less than three days before departure will be subject to JetBlue's $100 change/cancel fee. All pass purchases can be made by calling 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583).

Customers must be TrueBlue members to take advantage of the pass. Visit www.jetblue.com/trueblue or www.jetblue.com/deals/all-you-can-jet/tc.pdf.

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