JetBlue's Anniversary Sale Wraps Up With $49 Flights, Vacation Deals, More — for Today Only

Today's sale also includes deals on vacation bundles and more.

<p>Courtesy of JetBlue</p>

Courtesy of JetBlue

JetBlue’s week of savings is nearly over, but the airline is bringing back its anniversary airfare sale for one more day.

The sale, which has the same terms as when it was first announced on Monday, is valid for travel on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from Feb. 20 through May 15, JetBlue shared with Travel + Leisure. The sale is available to book for Friday only.

Tickets during the promotion start as low as $49 one-way for flights in the United States, including from Orlando to Raleigh or from Fort Lauderdale to Nashville.

The airline is also putting its transatlantic routes on sale — including its new flight to Dublin, which is slated to launch in March. Travelers can fly from Boston to Dublin starting at just $299 one-way, or fly from New York to Amsterdam, Paris, London, and more starting at just $399 one-way.

Beyond the flight sale, JetBlue is offering discounts on vacation packages and the ability to earn extra points when traveling or by using the airline’s credit card.

Travelers can take up to $650 off a vacation package if they book by Feb. 12 and travel between Feb. 15 and Jan. 5, 2025. To take advantage, they should use the promo code “CELEBRATE25” to take $25 off a JetBlue Vacations package up to $500, use “CELEBRATE200” to take $200 off a package costing at least $3,500, use “CELEBRATE350” to take $350 off a package costing at least $5,000, and use “CELEBRATE650” to take $650 off a package costing at least $8,000.

The airline is also rewarding airline credit card holders by offering 1,000, 2,500, or 5,000 bonus TrueBlue points when they spend at least $500, $1,000, or $1,500, respectively, on JetBlue-related purchases by Feb. 29.

Finally, travelers who book a hotel on the airline’s booking platform Paisly by Feb. 14 will receive 2X bonus points. Travelers must enter their TrueBlue number at the time of booking.

The flight sale comes weeks after a federal judge blocked a merger between JetBlue and Spirit Airlines, citing antitrust laws, according to the Justice Department. Both JetBlue and Spirit will appeal the decision.

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