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JetBlue is offering an airfare sale in the month of May.
For two days only, the Fly as You May sale gives travelers access to cheap flights and vacation packages to destinations around the country and to Mexico and the Caribbean.
The sale is on now through midnight Eastern time tomorrow, May 1, 2019, for travel May 8, 2019, to June 20, 2019, with only Memorial Day weekend (May 23-28) blacked out.
Airfares are as low as $44 and flight and hotel packages for as low as $149.
Forty-four-dollar flights are available from Long Beach, California, to San Jose and Long Beach to Sacramento. International flights are available for $74 one way, from Fort Lauderdale to St. Maarten. Passengers can also score flights from Fort Lauderdale to Grand Cayman for $89.
Those looking for a quick getaway can find a flight and hotel package from Long Beach to Las Vegas for three days and two nights for $149.
Families looking for an early summer theme park vacation can take a trip from Hartford, Connecticut, to Orlando, Florida, for four days and three nights with flights and hotel stays included for $469.
A quick Caribbean getaway for four days and three nights is available from Fort Lauderdale to Trinidad and Tobago for $505 per person with flights and hotels included.
Travelers can also book these flights with points for as low as 2,200 points. However, be prepared to pack light. These low-cost airfares are JetBlue's "Blue" fares that do not include checked bags. They do include carry-on baggage, in-flight entertainment, snacks and soft drinks, however.
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