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JetBlue's cheapest "Slasher" sales rates, loose on Halloween, are only available on a few unique occasions between 27 October and 4 November. However, for those looking for a good deal with the versatility to put the sales pin in the throat, JetBlue offers a range of non-stop JetBlue services for just $31 per leg - or $62 return.
This includes services such as Boston-Atlanta, Washington-Hartford, San Francisco-Long Beach, California, and Chicago O'Hare-New York JFK. The best deals are perhaps the $31 one-way rates on longer journeys - combinations like Denver-New York and Fort Lauderdale-Long Beach. Nevertheless, dealer handlers must recall that the sales offers are extremely restricted, available on only a few trading day during this period from 27 October to 4 November.
Selling prices are one-sided, so they can be mixed with other one-way prices, either with JetBlue or another company. Meanwhile, the 72-hour Sowhwest deal - one of two wide deals typical of the carriers every year - is going into its second trading session. Southwest' recent divestment has reduced round-trip airfare to under $100 on tens of the airline's shorter haul services, including longer haul services, with air fare loose based on mileage.
Departures start at $49 per way on the southwest's quickest route and rise to $79, $99, or $129 per way for longer trips. Home prices contained in the sales seem to be at $154 per range. Southwest' sales end Thursday at 12:00 p.m. Thursday. Competitors in the southwest usually correspond to sales prices - at least on a selective basis.
This seemed to happen on certain stretches from Wednesday mornings.