One Way / One Day Sale: Houston to New York $28 ($146 r/t) – JetBlue

[02/02/2016 @ 11:40 AM] Open this itinerary on: PricelineOrbitzCheapTickets, TravelocityExpedia, Hotwire, JetBlueBookingBuddy.
[02/02/2016 @ 11:40 AM
] If JetBlue’s site is swamped with traffic, consider using Priceline or Orbitz as an alternative way to get a ticket.
[02/02/2016 @ 12:19 PM] Removing from deal list. It looks like the $28 fares are no longer available on JetBlue’s site or anywhere else.
[02/02/2016 @ 12:50 PM] Very few seats available… Not really worth creating a post for, but they are now there if you want them.
[02/03/2016 @ 11:29 AM] Sale ended yesterday.

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JetBlue is having a One Way, One Day sale. Flights from Houston Hobby (HOU) to New York (JFK) with the discount fare are only available for Leap Day, February 29th for $28. Sale today only.

This is a good deal, since the return trip costs $117. A round-trip works out to be about $146.

If you plan on booking directly on JetBlue, you may want to consider at least checking all of the other sites on BookingBuddy to see if there is a match or better deal available before finalizing your purchase.

To save the most money, be sure to apply the travel coupon codes available at the bottom of this post. Booking your trip as a Flight + Hotel package will probably save you more money than if you were to book separately. Vacation Packages on Travelocity and Priceline are usually better than what is offered directly by the airline, so be sure to compare them all to get the best price.

Note: OTAs such as Orbitz and Priceline allow free cancellation without penalty before 10 PM central time the day after you purchase. As deals sell-out or expire quickly, this policy will allow you to “lock-in” the cheap fare while you sort out a plan. Just keep in mind that after 10 PM the next day, you will not be able to cancel without the regular penalty.

United and Delta also allow free cancellations within 24-hours while American only allows you to “Hold” a ticket (without paying) for 24-hours. Keep in mind that once you pay for a ticket on you can’t cancel it without a change fee or penalty, even if it was purchased less than 24-hours ago.

The Department of Transportation doesn’t enforce 24-hour free cancellation on tickets less than 7-days away from departure, so some airlines and OTAs will allow it while some will not. On Orbitz, you can easily see if your ticket allows a free cancellation, just look for “FREE Cancel” next to the price of the ticket.

When you are ready to book, please use the links on our site to begin your booking process so we receive credit for the referral.

I was able to pull this fare up on Priceline, and Orbitz. Screenshot taken on 11:40 AM on 02/02/16.


Flight Details:

  • Availability: See calendar. One day, One way.
  • Documentation: Domestic Flight.
  • Departure and Destination Airports: HOU – JFK
  • Example Dates: (Priceline / JetBlueFeb 29
  • Carrier: JetBlue
  • Fare Basis Code:
  • Fare Class:
  • Mile Accrual: Revenue based.
  • Stopover component: none.
  • CPM: 2.17 (1428 miles)
  • Full Route: HOU-JFK
  • Previous Lowest Price Average: $115
  • Open this itinerary on: PricelineOrbitzCheapTickets, TravelocityExpedia, HotwireBookingBuddy.

Destination information:

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