A few days ago, JetBlue announced a
discount travel promotion called "All You Can Jet." For 599
dollars, the purchaser gets unlimited flights on JetBlue for a
month, from September 8th through October 8th. Choices include 57
cities and more than 600 daily flights.
Proving that there's still demand if the price is low enough, the
response was so massive the program has been ended early.
On its website, the company says in part, "Our All-You-Can-Jet Pass
has been a great success-we've sold out of all available passes! We
limited the number of passes sold to make sure that everyone who
purchased a pass would be able to take ample advantage of
Just like the all-you-can-eat pancake places, there were a few
terms designed to keep you from binging. Three-day advance
bookings, 100-dollar no-show fees, and a no-refunds policy all
seems designed to limit spontaneity, but obviously, lots of people
thought this was a good deal.
You can bet it will be back in some form, somewhere.