Tuesday, August 17, 2010

All you can Fly Pass

Both JetBlue and Sun Country today announced all-you-can-fly pass for Sept/Oct travel.

Sun Country (based here in Minneapolis) is offering their pass for $499.00 for unlimited flights between Sept. 7 and Oct. 13 (plus taxes). The pass -- must be purchased by Aug. 24 or while supplies last. Reservations must be made at least three days in advance, and fees apply for no-shows or for changes made within three days of a flight's schedule departure time.

JetBlue's pass base price: $699.00
The pass covers travel between Sept. 7 and Oct. 6. (If you are willing to travel only 5 days a week - Excluding Fridays and Sundays - the pass is only $499.) JetBlue says pass holders will have no boundaries -- every available seat on every flight between Sept. 7 and Oct. 6 will be available with no blackout dates -- to travel to more than 60 international and domestic destinations in JetBlue's route network as often as they like. Domestic taxes and fees are included in the price of its pass, though taxes and fees for international flights and flights to Puerto Rico are not included.

The Fine Print(rules): Both offers...Pass holders must book flights at least three days prior to their desired flight's scheduled departure. Pass holders can cancel or make changes to pass reservations for free if done more than three days in advance. Changes or cancellations made within three days of a flight booked under the pass will incur a $50 fee. No shows incur a penalty of $100.00

Happy Travels.

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