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Whether you’re looking to escape to the sunshine of the west coast, or are planning a big trip to a major East Coast city – JetBlue has got you covered. Their latest sale is offering round trip flights in either direction, starting under $200. That’s a pretty great deal. From Palm Springs to Park Avenue there’s a lot to love, so here’s everything you need to know to book one of these jet set deals at discount prices…

The Deals

Jet Blue is battling it out with stiff competition from United, Delta, American and Alaska on major transcontinental routes, so they’re going with a passenger favorite to gain advantage: low prices. And guess what – everyone else is following! There are great deals from San Francisco, Palm Springs, Las Vegas, Seattle, New York, Raleigh, Orlando, Boston and Miami, with most deals working equally well both ways.

The Dates

The best deals are available in April and May for last minute trips, and then again in September, October, November and December of 2018, with some dates available in 2019 as well. Not every single date will be available, but if you use the easy Google Flights calendar month tools you’ll find them with ease.

How To Book

Travel should be easy, and we want to do our part to help make that happen. Here are some easy to use Google Flights links, taking you directly to the best round trip deals. Like: $175 Miami to Seattle on American$197 Boston to San Francisco – and vice versa, $204 New York to Palm Springs – and vice versa, $207 Orlando to Los Angeles – and vice versa, $213 Raleigh Durham to Seattle$233 Los Angeles to Boston – and vice versa, Simply click, play around with dates and then follow the Google Flights instructions to book. All you have to do is pack. And if you’re trying to avoid checked bag fees – you might want to read these carry on only packing tips!

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