Saying you want to travel the world is a lot easier than actually doing it. With hefty price tags and ridiculous protocols, it's a wonder we can fly anywhere nowadays. But what if we told you there's a way to get around those outrageous flight costs? Would you be able to put up with the baggage claim then? We sure would.
JetBlue is offering three lucky travelers (plus one friend each) a chance to win unlimited trips to anywhere the airline flies to for an entire year through its All You Can Jet Pass. To enter, travelers must book a non-refundable ticket directly on jetblue.com now through December 15. This ticket will count as one entry. Even better, round-trip flights will count as two entries each.
Don't want to book a flight to enter? No problem. JetBlue is also offering a free entry to those who mail in their complete name, address, daytime and evening phone numbers, and a valid e-mail address, with a limit of one entry per day. Would-be-fliers must be at least 18 and a legal resident of the United States.
JetBlue's All You Can Jet Pass
JetBlue's All You Can Jet Pass, which is not available for sale, will apply for the winner plus one of their closest friends and covers more than 100 locations including Aruba, the Dominican Republic, and Jamaica. There are no blackout dates for the All You Can Jet Pass, and winners will be allowed to switch the companion they choose to travel with as many times as they'd like during the pass period — February 1, 2018 through January 31, 2019.
While JetBlue hasn't put a limit on the number of flights that can be taken, winners can't book two flights out of the same city in one day. The pass doesn't apply to Mint and Even More Space seats or JetBlue's vacation packages.
Winners will be selected in a random drawing on or around December 27, 2017. JetBlue will then notify the lucky travelers-to-be via mail or email, so they can start planning their adventures right away.
See official rules for the All You Can Jet Pass at jetblue.com.
Go out there and get to booking. We've got our fingers (and our toes) crossed!