JetBlue Airways offers 10-flight deal

When JetBlue Airways offered a three-month pass for unlimited flying last year, it sold out quickly. The New York-based airline has yet to introduce the deal again this year.

Instead, JetBlue last week announced a new deal called the Go Pack that lets passengers make 10 flights in three months, ranging in price from $700 to $2,500, depending on the city where the trips start.

For example, a Go Pack from Long Beach costs $999 plus taxes and fees. Under the deal, passengers can take 10 flights between Long Beach and Las Vegas, San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento, Seattle and Portland, Ore.


But the deal will only be offered until Sept. 6 for travel from Sept. 13 through Dec. 19, with blackout dates of Nov. 20-26.

The airline would not rule out bringing back the all-you-can-fly deal.

“We are happy with the popularity of all the packages,” airline spokeswoman Allison Steinberg said.


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