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JetBlue Adds New Free Snacks on Flights

You’re getting more options with those blue potato chips, folks! JetBlue has been one of my favorite airlines for years and a lot of that is thanks to their free snack policy. Just yesterday, the airline announced that they’re adding two great new options to their free snack lineup. You’ll still be able to grab…

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JetBlue is Growing WHAT at JFK?!?

“Farm-to-table” may go down as the biggest food trend of the past decade. People started caring a lot more about where their food came from and restaurants responded by including lists of farms and other purveyors on their menus. Airlines, on the other hand, didn’t seem to care. After all, they have a captive group…

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First Class Review: JetBlue Mint JFK-LAX

I imagine the marketing team that came up with “Mint” as the name of JetBlue’s new premium cabin has been patting themselves on the back for months. It’s the perfect evocative brand name; a four-letter word without scorn. Mint is fresh. Mint is financially sound. Mint is crisp and cool and exactly what you want…

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Why JetBlue is Doing it Better

I’m currently flying over Iowa en route to New York (and then Morocco) and writing this using JetBlue’s free Fly-Fi wifi service. If you’re not familiar with JetBlue, read the last part of that sentence again: Free. Fly-Fi. Wifi service. While American/Delta/United are happy to charge you $15+ per flight to access their Gogo routers,…

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JetBlue Lowers True Blue Redemption Minimum

If you’re a regular JetBlue True Blue flyer, get ready to start dancing in the streets. I just got an email from JetBlue announcing that they’re lowering their redemption minimum for True Blue flights from 5,000 points all the way down to 3,500. That’s a 30% reduction! Taxes and fees are $5.60 each way and…

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