JetBlue pulls the plug on All You Can Jet


In an announcement just emailed to previous All You Can Jet participants, JetBlue indicated that the AYCJ program will not be returning for 2011.

Dear Wandering Aramean,

Thank you for being a part of our All-You-Can-Jet program. We hope you enjoyed flying anywhere you liked, as often as you liked!

We’ve been fielding a lot of questions about our plans for the AYCJ program. As a member of the AYCJ community we wanted you to be the first to know that we will not be offering this program in 2011.

Even though we are not offering AYCJ in 2011, we still want you to enjoy a discount this fall. As a special thank you, please enjoy this single-use Promo Code: for 30% off* your next roundtrip flight on JetBlue this fall. This offer is valid for one-time use and can be used for you and up to 6 friends on the same itinerary.  Plus – here’s a special 15% off** Promo Code for you to share with your friends and family.

JetBlue strives to create fun, flexible and affordable ways for our customers to travel. Please stay tuned for bigger and more exciting promotions to come!

We look forward to welcoming you onboard soon.

Thank you for your loyalty,

Martin St. George
SVP Marketing and Commercial Strategy
Twitter: @martysg

This is a sad day in many ways. Not that it is horribly surprising – load factors are up along with fuel prices – but still sad. I had a blast the past two years, flying tens of thousands of miles at pennies on the dollar and making some great friends along the way.

Now to start planning other adventures in September and October.

Read more of my All You Can Jet adventures here.

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Seth Miller

I'm Seth, also known as the Wandering Aramean. I was bit by the travel bug 30 years ago and there's no sign of a cure. I fly ~200,000 miles annually; these are my stories. You can connect with me on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

11 Comments

  1. Getting that e-mail prompted an immediate ‘now what?’ reaction from me. I’ve been banking all my vacation time and planning the 2nd edition since the day I got back from the 1st one! Hope all is well!

    1. Indeed, my response was rather similar. I actually had put off booking a couple other deals holding out hope for those 30 days on my calendar. Alas, it will not be. I’ll come up with another plan, I’m sure. I’m out looking for great deals and crazy adventures already. Sure, a brief mourning period, but it is time to move on and find the next great travel thing out there.

      Game on!

  2. I had been saving vacations and planning to take a month off work for AYCJ 2012 🙁 Hope they return next year.

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