JetBlue’s 12 Days Of Deals, Flights To The Caribbean, Bermuda or Mexico Only $30!

The travel bug is going around this season!

We all know that traveling around the holidays is not always an easy task, and it’s definitely not a cheap task.

Thankfully, JetBlue has a genius solution to this problem. The airline is offering 12 days of hot deals and cool destinations called a A December To Adventure! Basically, for the next 11 days, JetBlue will be posting an extravagant travel deal each day. The 12 days of deals started Dec. 5, and deals will be posted at 1 p.m. ET everyday throughout Dec. 16.

The first deal was $20 one-way tickets, setting a high standard for the remaining deals! According to The Penny Hoarder, the low ticket price was only valid for a certain origin and on specific flights, but a $20 one-way ticket is an amazing deal!

The sale fares are only up for grabs between 1 p.m. – 11:59 p.m. ET on the day of the deal, so you have to be ready to make your travel plans and purchase deals at a moment’s notice. If you have a fairly flexible schedule, or if you just have the travel bug and are willing to make it work, JetBlue’s 12 days of sales are definitely worth checking out!

Today’s deal is a one-way fare as a low as $30, and no more that $140, to the Caribbean, Bermuda or Mexico! Flights are available out of several cities, listed below.

Boston, MA

Fort Lauderdale, FL

New York, NY

Newark, NJ

Orlando, FL

San Juan, PR

Washington, DC

Get the full list of all origins, destinations and fare here.

The deal is available now through 11:59 p.m. tonight or while supplies last! Fares valid on specific flights at the dates and times listed, fares include government taxes and fees. Flights leave as early as tomorrow, Dec. 7,  and as late as Dec. 31.

Whether you are looking for a weekend getaway, or a trip to visit out of town relatives around the holidays, JetBlue might have just what you are looking for at a price that won’t break the bank!

We already can’t wait for tomorrow’s deal! (And the next 10 days!) Remember check back on JetBlue’s website everyday at 1 p.m. EST.

[h/t: The Penny Hoarder]

This article was originally published on Simplemost.

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