With the money that you could save using a JetBlue offer, you and your family can discover all that the world has waiting for you. From golfing in Hilton Head to driving along the coast of Aruba, JetBlue can offer you the enjoyment of many different destinations and the convenience of booking it all in one place. When JetBlue began its activity, in 1999, it offered low-cost flights with plenty of amenities from the JFK airport to Buffalo and Ft. Lauderdale. Today, it flies to more than seventy-one locations in the United States, as well as many international locations, and their amenities include satellite television.
A few exmaples of promo code benefits:
· 200 dollars off select vacations to the Bahamas, when you stay four nights or more;
· 5% off rental cars from select rental car companies;
· 100 dollars off getaway vacations of 1500 dollars or more.
How to use a these offers:
To redeem your JetBlue discount code for air travel, you must go to a particular page of the JetBlue website and copy the code (if you choose to type it in instead of copying and pasting it, remember that the code could be case sensitive), select your travel destination and dates. Enter the special code on the bottom of the page and select "find flights" (it must be selected in order for the discounted price to be applied to your flight). The discounted price will be displayed on the right side of the page, under the subtotal. Keep in mind that the discounted price excludes government taxes and fees.
Car rental discounts
Rental car promo codes must be redeemed through the JetBlue website. In order to do so, select the rental car company offering the discount in the car section, under "plan a trip". Your reservation dates must fall within the terms and conditions of the discounted rate. The JetBlue discount code may already be applied for you, but, if it is not, apply it after you enter your booking information.
JetBlue’s Facebook page is updated nearly every day to keep customers informed about sudden change of routes or cancellation of flights due to bad weather.
Twitter handle of JetBlue can also be used for the same purpose. In addition, customers can tweet their queries or concerns directly to this handle (@JetBlue) in order to receive prompt assistance and response.
Much of the information on these two accounts in duly reflected in JetBlue’s Google Plus account. So, if you rely on Google Plus, don’t forget to add JetBlue to your circles.