All You Can Jet

Posted by on Sep 8, 2010 in Chicago, Massachusetts, USA, Washington D.C. | 3 Comments

I had heard about the deal last year but didn’t take advantage of it. This year I jumped on the chance to fly anywhere JetBlue flies for $499 for a month. The pass sold out in two days and I didn’t have much time to plan my trip. JetBlue only flies direct to three locations from Chicago (Boston, New York and Long Beach) so any way I worked it I would have a lot of connections.

JetBlue All You Can Jet

Most people don’t realize that JetBlue flies to many international locations—mainly the Caribbean but also Colombia. After I confirmed my ticket I set about scouring the JetBlue website to see how I could get the most out of my pass, including a trip to Bogota. This is the first time I’ve flown JetBlue and after the whirlwind of booking 15 one-way flights I’ve become well-aquanted with the airline’s routes, benefits and limitations.

I’m writing this during a layover in Boston on my way to Washington D.C., both cities I’ve never visited. This pass is giving me the opportunity to hop around to a number of cities in the U.S. I’ve been meaning to visit, reconnect with old friends and family and explore two international destinations. At the end of my All You Can Jet experience I will have officially traveled to 50 countries.


  1. heidikins
    September 8, 2010

    I am so excited to read about this! What a fantastic deal, and you are the first person who I know/stalk that has purchased this. 🙂


  2. marta
    September 12, 2010

    wow, good deal! definetly i had no idea you could get that far with JetBlue. I make sure i stay tuned for their next one. Hopefully I could fly to NY for free with my FFP and then snap at such a bargain ticket to fly around the States and the Caribbean

    • Megan
      September 12, 2010

      Only problem is you pay tax on international tickets and that adds up! Otherwise I’d be doing a lot more island hopping.