You can experience this product (a lie-flat bed with doors) for a transcontinental fare of less than $450 one-way. Even better, you can do it from either coast — starting in Boston or Las Vegas. The JetBlue Mint fare deal is for travel between Boston and Las Vegas.
JetBlue features 16 seats in Mint, four of which are private suites with doors.
- Where: Boston (BOS) to/from Las Vegas (LAS)
- When: October 2019 through early December 2019 (sporadic dates)
- How Much: From $448 One-Way or $897 roundtrip JetBlue Mint (business class)
- Why: Fantastic value for business class lie-flat travel across the U.S., in either direction
- How To Book: Search on Google Flights, book through directly on JetBlue’s website or use on OTA like CheapOAir
Boston to Las Vegas Example
Roundtrip calendar in October and November 2019:
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Besides the miles you would earn with the airline for actually flying, you can also earn points for spending on credit cards. These are some of the cards that offer bonuses for purchasing airfare.
The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card – 2x Ultimate Rewards points on travel (directly with airline or OTA)
The Platinum Card® from American Express – 5x Membership Rewards points on flights booked directly with the airline
The Chase Sapphire Reserve – 3x Ultimate Rewards points on travel (directly with airline or OTA)
JetBlue Cards: JetBlue offers two cards, the JetBlue card and the JetBlue Plus card, both from Barclays. Both earn bonuses on JetBlue flights, dining and grocery store purchases, but only the $99-per-year plus card includes baggage and elite status, for those who spend enough.
Flights between Boston and Las Vegas are seeing more competition. With this JetBlue Mint fare deal, the airline certainly wants to make a noticeable presence. Their Mint service is fantastic for a domestic product.
There’s scattered availability from right now through the end of the year, so you want to check out those fares as shown above. If you don’t find this low fare for your first set of dates, keep trying using this as a starting point.
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