<!–[endif]–>In 1993 I bought my second convertible. My first convertible was an old ’69 MGB roadster and to say that it “had a few problems” was quite an understatement. I applaud the Brits for their attempt to build a reliable two-seat roadster, but I couldn’t wait to sell that thing and buy something a bit more modern and reliable. So, to celebrate my new purchase, I left
Imagine taking that kind of trip today, but with an airplane at your disposal instead of a car! Jet Blue can make it happen for you for a very low price! To jump-start their business a bit, Jet Blue has introduced the “All you can fly” pass for $599. The pass, available for purchase until Aug. 21, allows holders to visit any of the airline’s 56 destinations. The pass is valid between Sept. 8 and Oct. 8 this year with no blackout dates and with every available seat up for grabs. How cool is that?
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The pass is good for ANY Jet Blue destination, even internationally. Imagine, you could put together a whirlwind tour of the beaches in Aruba, Bermuda,
Anyway, I’m curious to see how this promotion goes for Jet Blue. It’s an amazing idea and the potential for the travelers taking full advantage of the deal is mind boggling.
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