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The flight from New York to Las Vegas is billed at 6 hours and 4 minutes, and with almost assured tiredness to follow once in Las Vegas, a little rest on the plane sounds wise. JetBlue is making that a bit easier than usual, with $299 one way flights in a minty fresh flat bed, or round trip for under $600 from either Boston or New York.

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JetBlue Mint For $299

Any flight over 5 hours, it’s nice to have extra room. When the budget can stretch that into a flat bed, it’s even better. JetBlue Mint is lovely (review), and the food and drinks are too.

Right now, you can book JetBlue Mint Business Class between New York, Boston and Las Vegas for $299 one way in either direction. That’s as low as Mint ever goes, and for a flight this long, you can actually enjoy it, or at least a bed to pass out on.

One way flights are totally fine and can be booked for $299, but round trips for $598 are pretty tempting, considering economy can often be similar, or even more!

The Dates You Can Travel

These deals are mostly for travel up to the end of May 2021, and disappear after that. For what it’s worth, Vegas is mostly open, and the city has done more than most to create important health and safety protocols.

Since you can book as a one way or a round trip, there’s no minimum or maximum stay requirements, as long as you stick within the date range. The fare, naturally, are not available on every single day, but are still widely available.


How To Book These Flights

These flights are easy to book directly with JetBlue, and even easier to find by using Google Flights and searching one way at a time. Here’s an example for New York-Vegas and one for Boston-Vegas.

JetBlue continues to offer some flexibility for near term travel, so be sure to review the current policy if you’re unsure you’ll be able to travel as planned. Some fine dining, sun and relaxation by the pool in Las Vegas doesn’t sound too bad right about now…

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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