I stumbled across two offers that for whatever reason haven’t gained much traction in the points & miles blogosphere that could allow you to take 20% off your next JetBlue or Frontier flight! While I’ve highlighted several Frontier promotion codes in the past, I’ve never seen a JetBlue discount code this high at 20%!
1) Frontier 20% Promotion – To celebrate their 20th birthday, Frontier is offering 20% off all domestic flights between July 12th and December 12th (with blackout dates around but not on Thanksgiving unfortunately) using promo code RGIFT2U. The downside is all travel must be booked by July 4th. Additionally, you must book your flights on FlyFrontier.com and enter the promo code in the approriate field.
I think we will be taking advantage of this offer as Andrea & her friends are looking to go to Portland for a long weekend in September and the return one way flight is pricing crazy at $260+ currently. Using this promo code knocked the price down to $218 which is more reasonable.
Link to Promotion – Frontier RGIFT2U Promotion
2) JetBlue 20% Promotion – Utilizing their partnership with Dunkin’ Donuts, you will receive 20% off a JetBlue flight when you purchase specially marked 16oz bags of coffee at participating Dunkin’ Donuts locations. A 16oz bag of coffee goes for $10 at Dunkin’ so it probably makes sense to buy a bag of coffee, even if you don’t want the coffee at all just for the coupon code (price out your flights beforehand to make sure) since the code will most likely save you greater then $10. [PSA announcement – Please donate the coffee if you are just buying it for the code.]
Unfortunately the travel window is much smaller and comes with some restrictions:
- Book now through September 1, 2014
- Travel between Sept. 8 and Oct. 30, 2014
- Offer blacked out between Oct. 10 and Oct. 14, 2014
- Valid for roundtrip airfare only
- Book only at jetblue.com/promo
Link to Promotion – 20% off JetBlue with Dunkin’ Donuts
I don’t have any plans to make this JetBlue deal work for me but if I had some fall travel still to book, I would definitely look at JetBlue now.