So, one more year is coming to an end without you meeting your travel resolution. Yes, been there done that and we know exactly how you feel. But don’t give up on your travel dreams yet. There’s an amazing opportunity to grab free flights for a year.
US airlines JetBlue is running a contest and three lucky winners will be awarded ‘All you can Jet’ passes that will help you fly in any of the JetBlue’s flights from February 1, 2018 till January 31, 2019 for free to destinations around the US, Caribbean, and South America.
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To enter the contest, you have to purchase a non-refundable ticket or a JetBlue vacations package (flight + hotel) directly from the JetBlue website between Dec 1, 2017 and Dec 15, 2017. While getting any of these will automatically earn you a single entry to the lucky draw, booking a non-refundable roundtrip ticket will get you 2 entries.
Not interested in buying the tickets but still want an entry to the contest? Then, mail your entries to JetBlue. Ideally, it should contain your full name, address, zip code, telephone number, and a valid email address.
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You are eligible to enter the contest if you are more than 18 years and are a resident of the United States, which also includes Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia.
And there is no limit to the number of tickets you can purchase. Which also means you can purchase multiple tickets on JetBlue and each time you purchase a one-way ticket you are eligible one entry.
It’s not mandatory that you should travel with the same travel companion every time you fly. Just make sure, you don’t change the name of your companion within 24 hours of the scheduled departure. You are subject to a $150 fine.
There is no limitation to the number of flights you can take between February 1, 2018 and January 31, 2019 but the pass is not transferable and cannot be exchanged for money. The ‘All you can Jet’ pass does not cover baggage fees, food, other extras, and using it will not earn you any TrueBlue points.
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Meanwhile, work on your travel plans and get the best of prices for international destinations.