Roam if you want to …

An email:

There’s been a burst of publicity lately about JetBlue needing better support in Pittsburgh.

Airfare to NYC and Boston have plummeted since JetBlue entered the market last year (cheap enough for a fun weekend, even!) So, I thought you, and your fans, might be interested in the “Buy One, Get One” sale that JetBlue announced today. Details are here, but in summary, buy a ticket between now and Saturday midnight and get a ticket for a future flight (to the West Coast, to the Caribbean, anywhere JetBlue flies) free.

I’m calling this to your attention because as I’ve said before — and it still amazes me — I consider you an opinion leader among the young demographic that loves David Conrad, hates pigeons, and gives thanks that the Homestead Grays bridge is now open.

Ken Zapinski
Allegheny Conference

Wow. I checked it out. You can buy some cheapo flight to say NYC for next weekend for two people for about $300.00 total after taxes and everything, and then you would get two free tickets to ANYWHERE including Cancun, Bermuda, Aruba, Puerto Rico.

THAT is a good deal, Burghers.

Go support JetBlue. Tell them PittGirl sent you and that she leaves for Cancun, Mexico on July 15.





3 Comments

  1. NY Luvs Pitts
    June 26, 2007 4:28 pm

    Hey PG. Come by and visit NYC. We’d love to have you.



  2. Denise
    June 27, 2007 10:39 am

    San Diego would love to see you too! Do a coast to coast trip – and maybe drive up LA and visit your BFF David Conrad!



  3. Frequent Flier
    June 28, 2007 11:47 am

    I have some serious doubts about the award travel. If Jet Blue is anything like other airlines, there will be difficult restirctions to when and how you can redeem your miles (like minimum number of days in destination area, a mandatory Saturday stay over, numerous black out dates and limited seats making it almost impossible to book a any trip — not just those around holidays — without at least 6 months advance booking). All these restrictions make it hard for a working girl (who doesn’t have much vacation time and doesn’t know when she’ll be able to use her days that far in advance). Has anyone used JetBlue’s TrueBlue points? Good/ bad experiences?