JetBlue: Cleveland-Boston For $38 Round-Trip!

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Yes, Clevelanders you read that right. JetBlue is finally making its way to C-Town.

JetBlue is joining the low-cost carrier parade that arrived in Cleveland with the United dehubbing and is launching twice daily service from Cleveland to Boston effective 04/30/15.

As an intro rate for tickets purchased today, you can fly between Cleveland and Boston on Tuesday, Wednesdays, and Satudays between 04/30-06/17 for just $19 each way!

Dave Clark, VP of JetBlue network planning said, “We consider this to be our first route in Cleveland. We’ve started with Boston. We certainly have other plans for Cleveland in mind.”

That makes it sound like Fort Lauderdale and JFK may be in the cards, though both of those have tough competition from Cleveland. United recently announced that they’re ceding the Fort Lauderdale route to Frontier and Spirit. And NYC is already served 27 times daily from Northeast Ohio.

Boston is served 4 times daily from Cleveland by United and daily by Southwest from nearby Akron/Canton. It will be interesting to watch if United fights back or raises the white flag as they did last week to Dallas, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, and Tampa. I’d guess they pull the route within a year.

HT: Sam K.


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zow

Dan,

This is great! I’ve been asking you to do a DDS in Boston, so now is the chance. I’ll email you separately.

Plus, I will now get to visit the RRHOF and the Q and the Jake…do they still call it that?

Question: is this fare low enough to do mileage runs? No one seems to say much about JetBlue miles…not worth it?

Thanks.
Zow

Anonymous

@zow:

zow, (from a clevelander) Can you please tell us a few good things to do in Boston? Thanks!

zow

@Anonymous:
Hi!
Boston is a great destination in good weather.
Come for the Marathon April 20 and cheer people on.
Go to Fenway…can do Fenway and game ends just as runners are passing — a great two-fer.
Tons of history, Freedom trail, USS Constitution, Faneuil Hall,
Only a few kosher restaurants but they are good to excellent -Milk Street Cafe, Taam China, Jerusalem Pita and Grill, Rubins.

Dan

@zow:
And Cedar Point if you like extreme coasters…

JetBlue doesn’t have a traditional mileage program, hence the lack of discussion.

@Anonymous:
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yy

Other Boston stuff to do: the New England Aquarium and the Museum of Science are great for kids and adults.

@Yehuda

@Dan:
Isn’t Southwest’s program similar to JetBlue? Yet, there is talk of that. I feel like the reason for that is Southwest gives out nice CC bonuses and JetBlue doesn’t.

Kate

@A@Anonymous:
Freedom Trail, Duck Tours, Faneuil Hall, Museum of Science, Fenway Park Tour/Red Sox Game are all fun and recommended! Check out BostonOnBudget.com if you are looking for free/cheap things to do and eat too!

Dan

@@Yehuda:
I’ve never heard of a Southwest mileage run.

Anonymous

@Dan:
True. I was referring to zow’s comment that no one talks about JetBlue miles yet they do talk about Southwest.

Dan

@Anonymous:
If it wasn’t for Southwest companion pass there would be less talk about that too.

@Yehuda

@Dan:
Whoops, left out my name.
That’s definitely true, but I think the fact they have cards that give you 50K vs B6’s card that gives like 20K, makes it something to talk about as well.

Dan

@@Yehuda:
True.

Kyle

I’m only seeing the $19 options as from Boston to Cleveland. Nothing for Cleveland to Boston. Not really $38 roundtrip, is it?

Dan

@Kyle:
There’s plenty in both directions within the rules stated in the post.

Sam

Any deals or ideas to orlando?

Anonymous

@Dan: I am not finding the $19 fare on the jet blue web site. Is there a special code that I need to put in to get the $19 fare?

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