JetBlue is running their mystery e-mail promotion again where you are given a discount code that is good from $20 – $300 off each flight. They can be used for either roundtrip or one way flights. This is similar to their promotion from June.
[Update 9/14/2012 @ 5PM – code now only gives 1/2 the discount on oneway]
[Update 9/14/2012 @ 8:30PM – our reader Jenneen reports that the $30 code still gives the full $30 discount on one ways. Use that will be better than using the $50 when booking as two one ways]
The lower value discount codes are reusable (8 digits), while the higher value discount codes (over $100 and 10 digits) are not.
Here’s what we have found:
- 59CK4A29 (thanks John)
- 3QK3F4W2 (thanks Mitty)
- 8XW36N2K (thanks AK)
- 8L56USD2 (thanks mzc)
The lower value codes can actually be double the value, if you book your roundtrip as two one ways. The codes are case sensitive and if you copy and paste, an extra space might sometimes be copied. Enter it exactly as it appears above. If you purchased a JetBlue ticket yesterday and if the price of your itinerary today is the same as yesterday and you are not traveling in the next 7 days, you can cancel risk free and rebook with the discount. We will be updating this post today as we find new codes.
We just tested the $50 code.
- Mystery savings: $20-$300 off total base fare
- Enter promo code from email exactly as it appears (case sensitive)
- Book by 11:59 PM ET on September 14, 2012
- Travel now through November 7, 2012
- Valid from U.S. point of origin only (including Puerto Rico)
- One-time use only, cannot be combined with other offers, no partial redemptions
- Not valid on previous bookings
How to book:
- Promo codes can only be redeemed online at jetblue.com/promo
- Search flights for travel through 11/7/12
- Both outbound and return dates must fall within offer period (9/14-11/7/12) in order for discount to apply
- You must select flights in order for discount to appear. Once selected you will see the discount amount displayed in the itinerary subtotal on the right side of the flights page
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