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JetBlue is doing it again, their All You Can Jet passes are out for a limited time, available for travel from August 22nd-November 22nd, 2011. Grab your BluePass and take-off on a trip around the USA any time you want!

Sounds like a sweet deal, doesn’t it? JetBlue is offering unlimited travel within a period of three months for a fixed price. Dish out now and travel as much as you like! You can book your tickets online up to 90 minutes before the flight departs, how is that for last minute flights and spontaneous travel planning?

No change or cancell fees, free standby and last seat availability… not to mention that you’ll be sitting in leather seats with free TV, snacks and drinks during your flight. But is it worth it? That all depends on how often you plan to travel during the length of the promotion and how far you want to go. There are three plans available, ranging from $1,200 to $2000 (USD) which depart from either Boston or Long Beach (CA). Since JetBlue’s network covers destinations in the Caribbean, it may not be such a bad idea to escape to an island on the weekends after a long week at work!

  • Boston All – unlimited flights for 3 months from Boston to any JetBlue city
  • Boston Select – unlimited flights for 3 months from Boston to 13 select JetBlue cities (including Bermuda, NYC, Chicago and Pittsburgh)
  • Long Beach Select – unlimited flights for 3 months from Long Beach to 9 select JetBlue cities (including Las Vegas, San Francisco, Chicago, Seattle and Salt Lake City)

The passes are limited though, so if you’re travelling in the USA or plan to in the next couple weeks and you want to take advantage of this deal, then act fast!

What’s the catch?

None really, except that you must be a member of TrueBlue to purchase the Blue Pass, but it’s free to join.

Each BluePass is eligible for TrueBlue points. After you purchase your BluePass, you will receive instructions how to book your BluePass flights which you can start booking as of August 15th, 2011. Oh, and you have to be 14 years of age or older too.

Img: Robert Couse-Baker / Flickr cc.

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