- JetBlue announced its “Endless Summer Sale” with one-way flights to the Caribbean for as low as $58.
- Departures must be out of JetBlue terminals in either Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, or New York.
- Destinations in the sale include Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands; Nassau, Bahamas; Cartagena, Colombia; and San Jose, Costa Rica.
Advertised as JetBlue’s “Endless Summer Sale,” the fares include government taxes and fees. They include flights that depart from JetBlue terminals in three cities – New York City (JFK), Fort Lauderdale, and Orlando – and cover one-way or round-trip journeys to Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands; Nassau, Bahamas; and Bermuda.
Flights to Cartagena, Colombia; San Jose, Costa Rica; Kingston, Jamaica; and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; are included in the promotion as well.
A flight from New York to Bermuda is available for $74 one-way, and a direct trip from Orlando to Nassau is advertised at $64. A flight from Fort Lauderdale to Aguadilla is listed as going for $108 round-trip.
This is not exactly a free-for-all, as there are restrictions. Booking must be done by July 20, at 11:59 p.m. ET. The eligible travel dates listed are between September 5 and November 7, 2018, with October 4-8, 2018 marked as blackout dates.
The fares will be available through Friday only.
This is not the first time JetBlue has offered such generous deals. Earlier this year, the company offered a promotion that targeted regional travelers, discounting tickets for flights between Atlanta and Orlando as well as between San Francisco and Long Beach, California.