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JetBlue Unlimited Flight Pass

Want something that's an even better deal than an unlimited 30 day Metrocard? Try the JetBlue Unlimited Flight Pass, details below.

Enjoy unlimited travel with our All-You-Can-Jet Pass! For just $599* you can take JetBlue anywhere you like, as often as you like, from September 8 to October 8, 2009. Use your All-You-Can-Jet Pass for business, for pleasure, to visit your favorite cities or to meet with a client. You might as well just do it all! With more than 50 cities to choose from, and for just $599, it’s a deal you can’t pass up.

Passes are available for purchase between August 12, 2009 and August 21, 2009 or while supplies last .

OVERVIEW: The JetBlue Unlimited Flight Pass includes unlimited coach class air travel for one (1) person whose name is registered on the Pass on JetBlue-operated flights between any cities in the JetBlue route network. The Pass may be used for travel only during the period between September 8, 2009 and October 8, 2009. All Passes expire on October 8, 2009, and all travel must be completed by 11:59 pm MDT on this date. All Pass Travel must be booked at no later than 11:59 MDT three (3) days in advance of the scheduled departure of Your outbound flight. If You have already purchased a flight on JetBlue scheduled to depart within the Travel Window, You may convert Your existing booking to Pass Travel by purchasing a Pass (an “Upgrade”). Price includes all US taxes and fees; international taxes and fees may apply.

JetBlue Unlimited Flight Pass-All You Can Jet Pass for $599 from Sept. 8-Oct. 8, 2009: For more info, check here.

I wonder how well this will sell. Will you pick up one of these passes? If you fly frequently, this is probably one of the best deals you'll get this year. If that not enough for you, here are some more travel deals posted on ABC News.

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