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Fresh deals to start the year…

JetBlue “Mint” is a fresh take on business class, and that turn of phrase ladies and gentlemen is why we get the big bucks to tell you about it. The airline has expanded its fleet of flat beds with delicious food and cocktails involving mint to countless U.S. destinations, improving domestic travel standards and bringing low fares with it. There’s a lot to like. To kick 2019 off right, the airline has a bunch of mint fares starting at $267, even on lengthy flights where beds matter most. Here’s how to get in on the freshness…

JetBlue Deals MintThe JetBlue Mint Business Class Deals

JetBlue Mint is unquestionably one of the best ways to fly domestically, and the airline has even expanded to include mint on a variety of Caribbean routes as well. Here’s a full summary of the “Mint” experience. Some suites even feature doors like those found on Qatar QSuites – not bad for domestic. There are great deals from both coasts and rather than bore you with words, we’ll just wow you with prices, like…

From Boston

From New York

From Fort Lauderdale

From Seattle

Other Great Deals

Dates, Booking And Other Stuff

You don’t need a PhD in travel to figure out that these are awesome deals. Almost all flights are over four hours and it’s hard to think of anyone who wouldn’t love to trade an economy seat for a bed, let alone the lovely food and drinks too. Dates for each deal vary, but if you click the easy to use Google Flights links above, you’ll be able to see every date (in green) when the lowest prices are available. These fares book into “I” class, which earns 125% mileage with Singapore Airlines. Not bad. Oh, and don’t forget that you can book these fares through your credit card company using points.

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