Discussion in 'Getting There & Getting Around' started by Chuck2009x, Oct 5, 2016.
The evening JetBlue non-stop Flight 777 from BOS is currently $139 for a lot of dates in Jan 2017.
I had the same fare pop-up last month for my December trip. Canceled SW and booked the Great fare. It only stayed up for a day and a half last time
I am seeing many $147.00's not bad..
I clicked on this thinking JetBlue had purchased a Boeing 777 which would have been a major change/upgrade. Rather surprised they give flight numbers that are same as plane types.
For the normal, non geek types, the 777 is a wide body - two aisles. There are very, very few that fly domestically. I think United has a few.
PromoCode BIG30, good through Wed 10/19 for travel 10/26 - 12/15. Blackout dates around Thanksgiving.
Flight 777 is currently
$102 on Dec 7, 12, 13, 14
$116 on Dec 6, 8, 15
Under ~$150 or less on some others.
JetBlue sale today. Code big30 for 30% off flights. Sunday flights do not qualify. Checked dec 9 th flight and one way was $130. Not bad for nonstop from Boston to Las Vegas. Promo runs thru the 19th for flights into early December.
That's the flight we normally take out. We love Jetblue, but wish there were more options for direct flights from Boston. And we are also hoping Jetblue starts flying to Vegas from Providence.
Love Jet Blue. I flight out of JFK. I can't wait until they start proving MINT service on non-stop flights from JFK to Vegas. Oh what a happy day that will be!
I was thinking the same thing. I was like, "Wow. I'd love to take a 777 to Vegas!"
Just Booked mine 30% is huge some dates yesterday were $84 non stop called my buddy and Bam booked RT non stop $250 , found some comp rooms, Pats play Monday night Football , Life is good
Yeah 777 is the 8:00pm-ish daily non-stop. The "777" = Vegas, you get it.
People from BOS instantly know what JetBlue 777 means.
Current JB flash sale has a $50 fare on flight 777 on 11/7
One day sale today. $129 on a LOT of dates through Feb.
Down to $109 today for a lot of dates in Dec, Jan and 1st week of Feb.
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