JetBlue Cyber Monday starts now — save $100 on your next flight

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JetBlue is starting off strong this Cyber Monday by offering $100 off your next flight. For this promotion, you can save $50 off a $100 one-way flight, or $100 off a $200 roundtrip flight. These minimums are also after taxes and fees. With this JetBlue Cyber Monday sale, you’ll want to use promotion code CYBER22.This is a two day promotion, so you have until ‘Travel Tuesday’, Nov. 28, 2022 to book.

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If you have an upcoming flight you are looking to book, this is a great deal. Although, it is only beneficial for those with a paid reservation. Those looking to use their JetBlue points won’t see any savings.

And while this doesn’t apply to previously booked flights, if you booked a flight that can be cancelled, you can always cancel and rebook. JetBlue has had very generous cancelation policies, so there’s a good chance you can cancel and receive a credit. If the fare hasn’t increased, you can then use that credit to re-book. You’ll then be left with a credit to use on a future flight.

To see the savings, make sure to enter the code CYBER22.

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You’ll then immediately see the savings when you check flight prices. Just one thing to keep in mind, this sale is not valid on Mint fares, transatlantic flights (those to Europe) or those operated by American Airlines.

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As of right now you can book JetBlue flights through Oct. 25, 2023 so this promotion code is valid for flights far into the future. Where will you book?

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