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It’s always a debate, but most travelers would proclaim JetBlue Mint as the best business class experience for traversing the USA. It’s got the flat beds, the extra privacy and all that, but it’s typically got better food and wine too. It’s a lovely experience, and at $299, it’s currently half the price of the others! Here’s how to bag a Minty bargain for your 2021 travels.

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JetBlue Mint Sale

JetBlue is aggressively expanding into Seattle, in a way anyone who prefers some extra comfort can go along with.

The airline is selling $299 one way fares from New York or Boston to Seattle, and $299 Boston to Las Vegas making the 5-6 hour ride a delight, for not much more than people paid for seats in the back, and in some cases, probably less! New York (EWR) to San Diego (or vice versa) is also available for $350 one way!

And yes, these fares work both ways, and can be booked as a one way, or a round trip. In other words, if you only need to go one way, it really is $299, and if you need to go round trip, it’s still under $600!

The Dates You Can Travel

Many people aren’t quite ready to travel, and that may be with good reason. But vaccines are being approved, and even distributed now, and by spring of 2021, we may be in a much happier world. Fortunately, these deals are wide open for travel until the end of June 2021 from Boston, and through mid April 2021 for New York.

Obviously, since you can book these as a one way without any penalty, there’s no minimum or maximum stay rules, and you can pretty much travel as you like…

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How To Book These Flights

For a variety of reasons, it’s just easiest to book flights directly with the airlines right now. When things go wrong, it makes refunds, cancellation policies and all that a bit easier. Accordingly, JetBlue.com is the place to book.

If you’re curious about JetBlue’s Mint Business Class experience, here’s GSTP’s official review, which has all the info you need. It’s even received a bit of a facelift since last year, making it even better.

HT: Luxury Flight Club

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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