Big JetBlue Sale – Save 30% on all routes!

JetBlue has a sale every couple weeks and usually I ignore it. This time around, however, I think it is worth mentioning. The 30% discount is significant and the fact that it covers all routes (so long as you start in the USA) is a big win. The seven week travel window is also nice, though the 10-day blackout around Thanksgiving is slightly disappointing but far from surprising. Ditto for Mint fares being excluded as disappointing but not surprising.


Not revolutionary, but significant enough to justify taking another look if you have non-Thanksgiving travel planned between now and mid-December.

The promo code is BIG30 and booking must happen through the URL; enter the code in the box on the bottom right corner of the search form (should be pre-populated if you click that link).

More fine print:

Promo code is subject to limited availability and is good while limited supplies last until 10/19/16 (11:59 PM ET) for 30% off the base airfare of a domestic or international one way or roundtrip JetBlue flight (nonstop or connecting) originating from the United States (including Puerto Rico) to any JetBlue city between 10/26 – 12/15/16 (Excludes Sunday travel. Blackout dates: 11/18 – 11/28/16). Customers purchasing roundtrip travel must select both outbound and return flights within the travel period in order to receive the discount. Code is valid only for flights purchased on; new bookings only; limit one code per booking. Code is not valid in connection with multi-city bookings, JetBlue Getaways, Mint fares, award flights, taxes/fees, partner or code share or interline flights, baggage fees, or any other products or services.

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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.


  1. Pretty lame that it doesn’t apply to using points, since the program is entirely revenue based.

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