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Everyone could probably use a vacation by now, and JetBlue really wants you to book one with them. That’s why they’re offering buy one get one deals, but only if you book more than just flights. With direct flights to quite a few places which sound dreamy right now, it’s worth taking a peek…

JetBlue Buy One Get One

JetBlue’s offer is fairly simple: if you book a vacation, aka flight and hotel, rather than just flight, the second person flies for free, for travel up to November 19th, 2020. You just need to enter code: BOGO2 at checkout when searching at JetBlueVacations.com.

The offer applies to any trips of three nights or more, and sadly doesn’t apply to Mint, the fresh business class offered by JetBlue. Still, JetBlue is one of the better airlines in the USA right now for airplane cleaning and middle seat blocking, so you should have space on board.

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Where To JetBlue Vacation?

JetBlue’s vacations specialize in Orlando, Vegas, the Caribbean and Mexico. If you’re into the idea of a vacation right now, you’ll find super low rate on the Riviera May, Dominican, Jamaica and Puerto Rico, among others.

On some packages, you’ll see “very important perks” which helps offset costs with money to spend at the resort, guaranteed late check out, or other money saving offers.

How To Book JetBlue BOGO Offers

You’ll need to travel between September 1st and November 19th, 2020 to take advantage of the buy one get one on airfare. If that’s cool, simply visit the JetBlue Vacations website, enter BOGO2, and search for any trip with at least 3 nights of hotel included. The second passenger just pays taxes and fees, which on a domestic flight would be $5.60. Not too shabby…

Oh, and the last thing. You need to book by August 31st, otherwise it’s back to buy one, pay for the other too, rather than buy one get one.

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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