You Have TWO Days to Save on Your Next Flight to Disney World

If there’s one thing we’ve learned about travel in the last few months it’s that it can be EXPENSIVE! Not only that, but it can be complicated, too.

Travel has been expensive lately!

Gas prices have been fluctuating, airlines are experiencing flight cancellations and delays left and right, while some airlines have chosen to stop flying certain routes altogether. All of that coupled with sky high airfares make for a very stressful and chaotic travel day. However, in the midst of all of this, some airlines are actually offering discounts and deals to help travelers save some money, and one airline just announced a new way you can save.

From now until tomorrow, August 3rd, at 11:59PM, you can save $25 on each one-way ticket you book with JetBlue.

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In order to get the deal, you’ll need to purchase a nonstop, domestic (that means the deal won’t apply to international flights) ticket of at least $50 (before taxes and fees) and use code FALLSALE when you check out. The flight must be made between September 7th and November 16th of this year in order to be eligible for the deal and the discount will not apply to flights on Fridays or Sundays.

©JetBlue Airways

The deal only lasts until tomorrow night, so be sure to get booking if you want to save some money on your next flight!

In other travel news, JetBlue has been the subject of much discussion lately as the merger between Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines has fallen through and could potentially make way for a Spirit-JetBlue merger.  JetBlue made a bid on Spirit Airlines even while it seemed like Frontier and Spirit were full-steam ahead, and now, the airline has reached a deal to purchase Spirit for $3.8 billion. The deal will still need to be approved by Spirit’s regulators.

©Joe Cavaretta, Sun Sentinel | Getty Images via CNBC

JetBlue is also one of 11 airlines that will service the brand new Terminal C at Orlando International Airport when Terminal C opens next month. It will be joined by other airlines like Breeze Airways, British Airways, and Iceland Air.

Orlando International Airport

And airlines aren’t the only things coming to Terminal C, as the new terminal will have lots of new restaurants, and some cutting-edge technology, as well. We’re always on the lookout for ways to help you save in your travels, so make sure to stay tuned to AllEars for more!

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