JetBlue Offers $1 Flights for Active Duty Military Members

A friend just e-mailed to tell me about a deal JetBlue Airlines is offering for Active Duty military member – $1 domestic nonstop flights from Washington DC area airports.

$1 JetBlue Flights for Active Duty Military Members

According to the press release from American Forces Press Service:

In honor of National Military Appreciation Month, JetBlue is offering active duty military personnel $1 fares for domestic, nonstop flights, for a limited time, departing from the two JetBlue cities nearest to the nation’s capital: Washington Dulles International Airport in Dulles, Va., and Richmond International Airport in Richmond, Va.

JetBlue flights available for $1: Good for nonstop flights from

  • Dulles to Boston, Los Angeles/Long Beach, Oakland, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and New York/JFK.
  • Richmond to Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando and New York/JFK.

Eligibility: Only Active Duty military members are eligible for this offer. Retirees, Guard, Reservists and military families are not eligible (unless Guard or Reservists are currently on AD status).

Requirements: You must show proof of Active Duty military status, so bring a copy of your valid DoD CAC card and official leave paperwork to check in (to prove you are eligible to leave the area).

Fine Print: Flights booked with this deal are not eligible for online flight check-in or at an airport kiosk and all taxes and fees are still applicable.

How to Book the $1 tickets: To book the $1 tickets, call 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2583) and select Option 4.

Expiration: You must book your tickets by May 7, 2009 for travel between May 8 and May 31 from Dulles or Richmond to any JetBlue destination in the continental United States served nonstop from those airports.

A big salute to Bargain Babe for the tip! $1 Jetblue flights for active military.

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Date published: May 6, 2009.

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Ryan Guina is the founder and editor of this site. He is a writer, small business owner, and entrepreneur. He served over 6 years on active duty in the USAF and is currently serving in the IL Air National Guard. He also writes about money management, small business, and career topics at Cash Money Life. You can also see his profile on Google.

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