Fly JetBlue Mint Over The Holidays Starting At $264

Everyone is obsessed with JetBlue nowadays. Their premium product named Mint has dramatically lowered the overall cost of coast to coast travel in business class on all airlines, even though JetBlue is probably still the way to go. Ben loves them, I love them, and most other people seem to feel the same way.

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Their one-way tickets usually start at $549 when flying from Boston or New York to Los Angeles or San Francisco. All these flights are 5-6 hours in the air, which is the minimum amount of time you’d want to spend onboard an airline to truly experience their premium products. On weekdays, most flights start at a non-so-bad $599.

Well, I was looking up flights between coasts in business class, eyeing my options on JetBlue, and I came across the lowest JetBlue Mint fare I have ever seen. On a very limited set of dates around the holidays, you can fly JetBlue Mint from Los Angeles to Boston starting at $264 or 19,400 points one-way! 

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Meanwhile, San Francisco to Boston starts at an insane $314 or 23,200 points!

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If you live on the East Coast, you can fly JetBlue Mint from Boston to San Francisco for $414 one-way! The good news is that this fare is available across a few more dates than those originating in California.

JetBlue mint discounted fare BOS-SFO

This converts to 31,000 points + $5.60 one-way, which is more than covered by JetBlue Plus Card sign-up bonus alone! What’s even crazier is that many of these Mint fares are cheaper than economy on select dates.

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You can play around with Google Flights yourself and see if you find anything that works for you. I hope some of you can take advantage on this incredible deal before it’s gone!

Comments

  1. Bah humbug! Who needs Christmas when you can save $300 on a transcon F ticket!

    I guess it’s a good deal if you’re traveling on the 25th already, but you’re in crazytown if you’re consciously choosing to spend Christmas in the air.

  2. If you’re gonna fly on Christmas, make sure you bring candies/treats for the FAs. It sucks they have to work on a holiday, so a little treat for them might make their day much better (plus u might get some freebies).

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