It’s Back! Jetblue All-You-Can-Jet Pass for Just $499-$699!

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-This pass must be purchased by 08/20 or while supplies last.  These passes sold out quickly last year, if you’re interested buy it soon!

Fly an unlimited amount of times to anywhere Jetblue flies from 09/07/10 through 10/06/10 for just $499 or $699!

The $699 AYCJ7 pass lets you travel as much as you want, whenever you want.

The $499 AYCJ5 pass lets you travel as much as you want, but not on Sundays or Fridays.

-As long as there is a seat on the plane you can have it, there are no blackouts or capacity controls!

-Each flight must be booked no later than 11:59 p.m. EDT three days prior to the flight’s scheduled departure.

-Domestic taxes and fees are included, you won’t pay anything to book domestic flights!

-International and Puerto Rico taxes and fees are not included.

-The $699 pass will earn you 4,200 TrueBlue points.  The $499 pass will earn you 3,500 TrueBlue points. Flights booked on the pass are not available for additional TrueBlue points.

-You can’t fly from the same city twice in one day.

-If you do not show up for a booked flight there is a $100 penalty.

-Changes made prior to 3 days before the flight are free.

-Changes made within 3 days of the flight are $50.

-Booking period starts 08/23.

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24 Comments On "It’s Back! Jetblue All-You-Can-Jet Pass for Just $499-$699!"

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Is this worth it if i can only travel 12-15 times that month??


I wish they had a family pass


anyone do this before?


does this include their partner airlines
(aer lingus, Lufthansa, cape air, South african airways) as well?


Do the math.
$499/15=$33.26 per flight.
$699/15=$46.60 per flight.

Wishful thinking 🙂


@Dan/Ctownbochur: Yeah, I guess it was too good to be true. lol. Thanks anyways.



AA and EL AL are their partners too 🙂


Should i be nervous paying the 499, since i probably would like to fly 3 nice trips for 2 days, and finding out that the flights will be blacked out?? when can i start booking the flights? and how much in advance do u need to book it?


There are no blackouts. All of your questions are answered in the post.


Good point Dan that does sound cheap. Also I don’t know if this is the right place for this but do you know of any sheitel deals?


Worst month of the year for a promo like this. The bulk of it is yom tov


what about luggage what are they allowing and how much will you have to pay for carry on or checked luggage


Unless you are traveling somewhere for Yom Tov – this really sucks, not enough time for a vacation with Yom Tov taking up most of the valid dates.


Sun Country airline also came out with the same pass, for $499 it actually seems cheaper, but there are taxes for each flight. See below


Dan. You mentioned you cant fly from the same place twice in 1 day, Does that mean if i fly from NY to another place i cant fly back to Ny the same day from that place??


dan why u so hoock on hawai
move on
there is othere places out there




Yes, you can fly back to the same city the same day.

Have you been to Maui and Kauai? If there’s a more serene and beautiful place in the world than Kauai I’d love to hear about it!

And the fact that my cell phone and money work just like on the mainland doesn’t hurt either!

And it’s a bargain to get there with miles. Just 35K-40K miles for a flight the same length as to Tel Aviv which costs double that.


do collect miles on those filghts


Please read the post.


do all the flights have to be for the same passenger? (i.e. can me, my husband, sister somehow all travel with the same pass if we all leave different days?)



Can i reserve 2 or 3 trips at the same time?





Dan, was that a yes to the first or second part of my question? Thanks!