JetBlue All You Can Jet Pass Gets You 30 Days of Unlimited Flights, Cheap
When I was a lad of 18 or so, I worked my ass off at a summer job so I could go to Europe for a month and take advantage of the Eurail Pass student deal which, for a flat fee, allowed unlimited train travel around Europe for a set number of days. Italy a bit hot? Hop a train to the Alps.
And now JetBlue airlines has announced the same sort of thing, but it's here in the US, it doesn't require that you be a student, and it's (duh) on planes, not trains.
In what has to be one of the greatest deals ever in the world of travel, you can now buy a JetBlue All You Can Jet pass that will allow unlimited travel on JetBlue airlines between September 7 and October 6, 2010. All taxes (except for international and Puerto Rico taxes) are included, and you only need to book each flight three days in advance of the departure date.
The best part? It's cheap as hell. For just $699 you get 30 days of unlimited travel, and for those with a more flexible schedule, a mere $499 grabs you a pass that only excludes Friday and Sunday flights.
The only downside? It's available in limited quantities, and we don't know how fast they'll sell out. So if you're interested, we suggest getting over to JetBlue and grabbing one now. (You'll have to be a member of True Blue, their frequent flier program to do it, but it's free to join.)
This, friends, is a damn steal. And if you think you'll score any of the bonuses I scored when I traveled Europe as a young man (um, perhaps I'll detail them somewhere else, but they involved some possibly illegal substances, a ton of new friends, and some very special Canadian girls - playing Rush on my boom box ('member those?) seemed to attract them), you really need to consider taking a month off to hit the open road. Or skies, whatever.