JetBlue Is Having an Early Black Friday Sale — With Up to $750 Off Vacation Packages

JetBlue Is Having an Early Black Friday Sale — With Up to $750 Off Vacation Packages

The airline is offering big savings on vacation packages for travelers who book by 11:59 p.m. ET on Nov. 29.

It’s beginning to look a lot like… holiday travel savings, and JetBlue is getting in on the action with up to $750 off vacation packages.

The airline is offering big savings on flight and hotel packages or flight and cruise packages for travelers who book by 11:59 p.m. ET on Nov. 29, JetBlue shared with Travel + Leisure. The deal is then valid on travel from Dec. 5 through Oct. 15, 2024.

The company is also offering the chance to secure a vacation for a deposit of just $99.

"This Black Friday, JetBlue Vacations is thrilled to extend incredible savings for our customers, providing an exceptional opportunity to turn vacation dreams into reality,” Andres Barry, the president of JetBlue Travel Products, told T+L. “Booking through JetBlue Vacations isn't just about getting a trip; it's about getting the best bang for your buck. It's the perfect chance to lock in your 2024 dream vacation and create unforgettable moments.”

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Travelers can save $50 off packages costing $1,000 or more by using the promo code “UNWRAP50,” save $200 off packages costing $3,000 or more by using the promo code “UNWRAP200,” save $400 off packages costing $5,000 or more by using the promo code “UNWRAP400,” and save $750 off packages costing $8,000 or more by using the promo code “UNWRAP750.” The minimum spend amounts are inclusive of all taxes and fees.

For the $99 deposits, full payment of the remaining balance will be due at least 30 days before a scheduled departure.

Travelers who book a trip with JetBlue Vacations receive perks like a free inflight drink and earlier boarding times as well as access in certain destinations to a network of "insiders" who can help with everything from activity recommendations to restaurant reservations. Last year, the company launched the ability to pay for an entire vacation using points.

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