SMOKING HOT!!! FLY ONE ROUNDTRIP ON JETBLUE FROM PITTSBURGH TO ANY CITY AND GET 2 FREE ONE-WAY SYSTEMWIDE TICKETS!!!!

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Update: Good news for some! If you have bought a round-trip for this promo you only need to use the outbound portion, you can throw away the return and still get the free systemwide ticket!


I’ll soon be doing my first “mileage run” from Pittsburgh-JFK since my AA/Dallas mileage run masterpiece (insanity, if you prefer…)



Deal Status: DEAD!


Originally posted on 06/27 at 11:01AM:
Book travel with your Jetblue Business Amex to save 5%, get double Trueblue points, and make your trueblue points never expire!

Save 3% on Jetblue tickets and get Starpoints/Skymiles by using a Starwood or Delta business amex…

The Amex 3-5% savings is rebated back to you on your statement.

Who’s up for a mileage run?!?
Fly from PIT-JFK, or anywhere else for that matter, and you’ll fly free to any Jetblue city!
Registration Linky

The cheapest ticket that I could find was from PIT-JFK for $39+ Each way ($98 including all taxes)
Here is Jetblue’s interactive route map, which can show you all non-stop and connecting options.

This unreal offer is in response to the still low traffic numbers for Jetblue in Pittsburgh, where people have some sort of strange love exclusively reserved for USeless Airways.

This offer was alerted to me by 2 Pittsburghers from a Pittsburgh-Post Gazette article.

That article just says that you get a free ticket by booking on Jetblue.com-it neglects to mention that you NEED TO REGISTER FIRST, or even how to register!
(Insert Pittsburgh newspaper joke here…)

Post-Gazette Article Linky

Previous Post Linky “Jetblue: “We’re Still Looking For Signs Of Life In Pittsburgh…”

Rules:
-Register and book a roundtrip ticket by 06/30/07 (11:59pm MT)
Travel must be completed by 11/15/07.
-Travel must originate in Pittsburgh.
-After travel is completed (just buying the ticket is not enough!) you will receive 100 Trueblue points, which is automatically converted into 2 one-way systemwide vouchers.
-Vouchers expire 12 months from when they are converted from points into vouchers
-You must sign up for a Trueblue account to register.
-Limit one bonus per Trueblue account.
-Offer does not apply to previously booked travel.
-The free ticket does not have to include Pittsburgh.

I noticed another slight inaccuracy in the article which says,
“Travelers who book flights through www.jetblue.com will receive 100 TrueBlue points at the conclusion of their travel, which can be redeemed for a free trip anywhere JetBlue flies. JetBlue serves 54 cities with up to 575 daily flights. The TrueBlue points will expire in one year from the date of issuance.”
Actually the 100 points that you get after flying automatically becomes 2 one-way vouchers, and those vouchers expire in 12 months.

Major hat tip to Marty C. and Yisroel C.

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Anonymous

Dan,

What is the cheapest & or shortest flight from Pitt to anywhere else on J Blue ?

I was thinking to do 4 or 5 round trippers in a day but limit of one per account so not sure if it’s worth it.

Anonymous

Ok 2 questions here.
#1 does the ticket have to originate in pit what about doin jfk to pit and back

#2 if i am gettin double true blue points does that mean i am getting double the vouchers

ShulE

How are you getting double true blue points? Do you mean by booking online?

Also, keep in mind that while in theory Jetblue has no blackout days in actuality they only allow a limited amount of awards on every day/flight so unless you book long in advance (when tickets are generally cheap) you won’t be guaranteed a seat. Bottom line is this is good if you want to fly an expensive flight on JBlue (longer flights) and you get the free awards on the cheaper Pittsburgh flight. Otherwise if you are just flying local (JFK to Rochester etc.) then it might not be worth the chance.

Eli

Try this trip for those of you in NY:

JFK – PIT – JFK – PIT – JFK
Mon Aug 27, Tue Aug 28 or Wed Aug 29

Depart JFK 08:05 AM Arrive PIT 09:55 AM Flight 1051 – $39
Depart PIT 10:30 AM Arrive JFK 12:00 PM Flight 1052 – $39
Depart JFK 04:40 PM Arrive PIT 06:47 PM Flight 1055 – $39
Depart PIT 07:25 PM Arrive JFK 09:02 PM Flight 1058 – $39

Total Trip Cost: $197.60
Total Awards: 100 Points plus a few points for the JFK – PIT part of the trip. It’s probably a short trip so 2 points each way doubled when you book online.

Anonymous

still waiting for tha LANpass roundup. It seems too good to be true but it is true…

SBS

Anonymous

hey dan or anyone ok i wan to buy i macbook and i know in may was the last time thay made new ones so is it worth to wait like any rumers for new ones or you think i sude juust take i now couse i get a free ipod nano alo or can upgrade to video but i get 200 off any ipod in other words please respond please thanks

Anonymous

They just updated the macbook line, why would you wait? The next Apple upgrade is going to be the imac, so unless you are buying a desktop there is no reason to wait.

Anonymous

I live in NY and want to know how I can accomplish the orgination being Pittsburg without having to pay for flight from nY to Pitts. Clear?

Please respond asap.

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