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SMOKING HOT!!! FLY ONE ROUNDTRIP ON JETBLUE FROM PITTSBURGH TO ANY CITY AND GET 2 FREE ONE-WAY SYSTEMWIDE TICKETS!!!!

July 23, 2007

Update: Good news for some! If you have bought a round-trip for this promo you only need to use the outbound portion, you can throw away the return and still get the free systemwide ticket!

I’ll be doing my first “mileage run” from Pittsburgh-JFK this coming Sunday since my AA/Dallas mileage run masterpiece (insanity, if you prefer…)

If you’ve already flown with this promo, please post what you plan on doing with the free ticket!

Deal Status: DEAD!

Originally posted on 06/27 at 11:01AM:
Book travel with your Jetblue Business Amex to save 5%, get double Trueblue points, and make your trueblue points never expire!

Save 3% on Jetblue tickets and get Starpoints/Skymiles by using a Starwood or Delta business amex…

The Amex 3-5% savings is rebated back to you on your statement.

Who’s up for a mileage run?!?
Fly from PIT-JFK, or anywhere else for that matter, and you’ll fly free to any Jetblue city!
Registration Linky

The cheapest ticket that I could find was from PIT-JFK for $39+ Each way ($98 including all taxes)
Here is Jetblue’s interactive route map, which can show you all non-stop and connecting options.

This unreal offer is in response to the still low traffic numbers for Jetblue in Pittsburgh, where people have some sort of strange love exclusively reserved for USeless Airways.

This offer was alerted to me by 2 Pittsburghers from a Pittsburgh-Post Gazette article.
That article just says that you get a free ticket by booking on Jetblue.com-it neglects to mention that you NEED TO REGISTER FIRST, or even how to register!
(Insert Pittsburgh newspaper joke here…)

Post-Gazette Article Linky

Previous Post Linky “Jetblue: “We’re Still Looking For Signs Of Life In Pittsburgh…”

Rules:
-Register and book a roundtrip ticket by 06/30/07 (11:59pm MT)
Travel must be completed by 11/15/07.
-Travel must originate in Pittsburgh.
-After travel is completed (just buying the ticket is not enough!) you will receive 100 Trueblue points, which is automatically converted into 2 one-way systemwide vouchers.
-Vouchers expire 12 months from when they are converted from points into vouchers
-You must sign up for a Trueblue account to register.
-Limit one bonus per Trueblue account.
-Offer does not apply to previously booked travel.
-The free ticket does not have to include Pittsburgh.

I noticed another slight inaccuracy in the article which says,
“Travelers who book flights through http://www.jetblue.com will receive 100 TrueBlue points at the conclusion of their travel, which can be redeemed for a free trip anywhere JetBlue flies. JetBlue serves 54 cities with up to 575 daily flights. The TrueBlue points will expire in one year from the date of issuance.”
Actually the 100 points that you get after flying automatically becomes 2 one-way vouchers, and those vouchers expire in 12 months.

Major hat tip to Marty C. and Yisroel C.

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SMOKING HOT!!! FLY ONE ROUNDTRIP ON JETBLUE FROM PITTSBURGH TO ANY CITY AND GET 2 FREE ONE-WAY SYSTEMWIDE TICKETS!!!!

June 29, 2007

Reminder: You Must Register And Book The Paid Tickets For This Amazing Promo By 06/30 (11:59pm MT)!!!

Originally posted on 06/27 at 11:01AM:
Book travel with your Jetblue Business Amex to save 5%, get double Trueblue points, and make your trueblue points never expire!

Save 3% on Jetblue tickets and get Starpoints/Skymiles by using a Starwood or Delta business amex…

The Amex 3-5% savings is rebated back to you on your statement.

Who’s up for a mileage run?!?
Fly from PIT-JFK, or anywhere else for that matter, and you’ll fly free to any Jetblue city!
Registration Linky

The cheapest ticket that I could find was from PIT-JFK for $39+ Each way ($98 including all taxes)
Here is Jetblue’s interactive route map, which can show you all non-stop and connecting options.

This unreal offer is in response to the still low traffic numbers for Jetblue in Pittsburgh, where people have some sort of strange love exclusively reserved for USeless Airways.

This offer was alerted to me by 2 Pittsburghers from a Pittsburgh-Post Gazette article.
That article just says that you get a free ticket by booking on Jetblue.com-it neglects to mention that you NEED TO REGISTER FIRST, or even how to register!
(Insert Pittsburgh newspaper joke here…)

Post-Gazette Article Linky

Previous Post Linky “Jetblue: “We’re Still Looking For Signs Of Life In Pittsburgh…”

Rules:
-Register and book a roundtrip ticket by 06/30/07 (11:59pm MT)
Travel must be completed by 11/15/07.
-Travel must originate in Pittsburgh.
-After travel is completed (just buying the ticket is not enough!) you will receive 100 Trueblue points, which is automatically converted into 2 one-way systemwide vouchers.
-Vouchers expire 12 months from when they are converted from points into vouchers
-You must sign up for a Trueblue account to register.
-Limit one bonus per Trueblue account.
-Offer does not apply to previously booked travel.
-The free ticket does not have to include Pittsburgh.

I noticed another slight inaccuracy in the article which says,
“Travelers who book flights through http://www.jetblue.com will receive 100 TrueBlue points at the conclusion of their travel, which can be redeemed for a free trip anywhere JetBlue flies. JetBlue serves 54 cities with up to 575 daily flights. The TrueBlue points will expire in one year from the date of issuance.”
Actually the 100 points that you get after flying automatically becomes 2 one-way vouchers, and those vouchers expire in 12 months.

Major hat tip to Marty C. and Yisroel C.

SMOKING HOT!!! HURRY!!! $36 JETBLUE COUPON WORKS ON ONE-WAY TICKETS!!!

May 28, 2007

UPDATE: Expedia is only allowing each credit card to use this coupon one time. In order to use it more than once you will need to use multiple credit cards.
If you have a citi card (like the AA credit card) you can logon to citi credit card’s online banking system to create unlimited virtual credit card numbers and you will be able to use this coupon as much as you like!

Remember to book each way as a separate booking to save $72 on each round trip that you book!!!
The $36 coupon is only supposed to work on round-trip tickets, but it is currently even working on one-way tickets.

Sample very cheap tickets with coupon:
Prices are each way, including all taxes and expedia booking fees, and after the $36 coupon. Fares valid in either direction. Round trip purchase not currently required!
Long Beach-Las Vegas: $6
Pittsburgh-JFK: $18
Long Beach-Oakland: $26
Buffalo-JFK: $26
Boston-JFK: $28
Columbus-JFK: $28
Washigton/IAD-JFK: $28
Ft. Lauderdale-JFK: $53
Orlando-JFK: $53
Tampa-JFK: $53
Chicago/ORD-JFK: $54
Please post any other great deals that you may find!

Now if only Jetblue would fly from Cleveland…

Expedia Booking Linky
Use code: JETBLUE36
Book any roundtrip flight by May 30, 2007.
Travel between May 25–June 26, 2007.
Enter the coupon code on the flight details page and click “Apply and reprice”

Thanks Rafi for the comment!

HOT! $36 Off Jetblue Tickets Purchased On Expedia!

May 27, 2007

Expedia Booking Linky
Use code: JETBLUE36
Book a roundtrip flight by May 30, 2007.
Travel between May 25–June 26, 2007.
Enter the coupon code on the flight details page.

Note: A quick audit of Jetblue’s prices on expedia showed that there are times where the price will be comparable with the Jetblue.com price, and times where the price is higher. Always compare the final price with Jetblue.com to make sure you are getting the best possible deal!

Thanks Bery S. for the comment!

Book A Jetblue Ticket And Get A $50 Voucher!

May 15, 2007

This should be combinable with the $10 off each way coupon.
$50 Voucher Linky
-Book round trip travel by 06/01 and start traveling no later than 06/14.
-Voucher good for travel between 09/05 and 10/31.

HOT! Save $10 Each Way Off JetBlue Flights!

May 14, 2007

Offer Linky
-Offer requires purchase by 05/31 and travel by 06/13.
-Not valid for travel on Fridays or Sundays.
-You must use an AMEX for the discount
-Use your Business Amex card for a 3%(Delta, Starwood Amex, etc.) or 5%(Jetblue Amex) additional statement cash rebate.

Jetblue CEO And Founder David Neeleman Forced Out!

May 13, 2007

I know that Jetblue has had some problems since their February meltdown, but this news shocked me…
News Article Linky

SMOKING HOT!!!!! UNLIMITED FREE COMPANION TICKETS FOR JETBLUE AMEX CARDHOLDERS!!!!!

March 14, 2007

Reminder: Free Companion Tickets Must Be Booked By 03/31!
There’s still time to apply for a Jetblue card to catch this deal!

Have a Jetblue Amex?
You’re in luck!
You can bring along 1 companion for every Jetblue trip you take between April 24 and May 23 for free!
This offer even includes international destinations!

Jetblue Route Map Linky
-Tickets must be booked by March 31st.
-The primary cardholder must be one of the passengers.
You must book tickets via the phone at 800-JETBLUE, just ask for the Jetblue Amex free companion deal.

Remember to use your Jetblue Business Amex to save get a 5% rebate off the cost of all your Jetblue tickets!

Don’t have a Jetblue Amex?
There’s still time to get one for this promo!
Just wait for a couple days after you are approved and then call Amex to ask them to expedite the delivery of your credit card.
Plus your Jetblue credits won’t expire when you have any Jetblue Amex!
Jetblue Consumer Amex Linky
Jetblue Business Amex Linky

Read the Card Profile for a breakdown of card fees and benefits:
Jetblue Amex Credit Card Profile Linky

Jetblue LCC Roundup Linky

Jetblue: "We’re Still Looking For Signs Of Life In Pittsburgh…"

March 13, 2007

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review “Signs Of Life” Article Linky

Apparently the residents of Pittsburgh have short-term memory loss.

When I went to high school there, tickets to NYC(or to anywhere for that matter) were monopolized by USAirways, who controlled some 95% of all PIT flights back then.

Understandably tickets were prohibitively expensive, in the $200 range for advance purchase tickets for the sub-1 hour hop to NYC(forget about if you didnt buy it 14 days in advance with a Saturday night stay).

Along came Airtran in 2001 to take on big bad USAir and offered $98 RT fares, which of course USAir matched.

By this point everyone forgot about Pre-Airtran prices and flew with USAir.

Airtran brought the RT price all the way down $58 before calling it quits the same year the service started. They cited lack of support from the Pittsburgh community for their flights. (Airtran would go on to shift their NYC flights to, and start a mini-hub in Akron, OH, driving down fares in Cleveland as a result…)

Of course once Airtran ended PIT-NYC service prices to NYC went up overnight.

Luckily for Pittsburgh, in 2006 Jetblue bought regional jets and decided that Pittsburgh was once again ready for NYC flights.

Unfortunately the same cycle is happening again, with Jetblue introducing flights at $98 RT before dropping them to $58 RT (Or even $24 RT for Ctown readers)

Speaking about Pittsburghers a Jetblue spokesman said, “JetBlue’s four daily flights to New York and two to Boston have many empty seats…They continue to fly US (Airways), but now they fly at the $59 fare vs. the $199 they charged before we entered the market”

-Why won’t Pittsburghers fly with the airline causing the low fares?
-Is Pittsburgh just not capable of supporting an LCC?

-Pittsburgh Ctownreaders-Support your LCC carriers: Use them or lose them(Believe me CLE will more than happy to have Jetblue)!

Reminder: Buying Tickets On Continental, Delta, Or Jetblue? Use The Right Credit Card!

January 15, 2007

To get the best signup offers available for these cards go to the “Ctownbochur.com Knowledgebase” on the right and click on the “credit card profiles” drop-down menu!

When buying tickets on…

Continental:
Use the Continental Consumer or Business Mastercard and save 5% by logging into your Continental mileage account, and entering the following code into the “Offer Code” section on the home page of Continental.com: ONEPASS

Delta:
Use the Delta Business Amex and you will get 5% of the cost of all tickets bought at Delta.com rebated automatically on your statement.

Use the Jetblue or Starwood Business Amex and you will get 3% of the cost of all tickets bought at Delta.com rebated automatically on your statement.

Jetblue:
Use the Jetblue Business Amex and you will get 5% of the cost of all tickets bought at Jetblue.com rebated automatically on your statement.

Use the Delta or Starwood Business Amex and you will get 3% of the cost of all tickets bought at Jetblue.com rebated automatically on your statement.