Today Only: Game-Changing $1835 Business Class Offer to London

For travel January through March, JetBlue is offering roundtrip business class trips between New York and London Gatwick airport for $1835 total, all-in.

This compares favorably to $2800 – $3500 on other airlines flying between the two cities.

You’ll see that the price is available more days during the period than it isn’t.

Key details of fare basis IC76SZ:

  • Book by December 20 (today)
  • Saturday night stay required
  • Outbound travel must begin by March 31

Fare is non-refundable. Changes prior to travel are permitted without additional fee, but involve repricing to the current fare. No changes are permitted after departure.

This is actually a $49.50 fare in each direction, plus taxes and fuel surcharges. Someone will figure out how to ‘fuel dump’ it, probably booking through a foreign online travel agency site with a throwaway segment on another airline.

JetBlue has a good narrowbody business class product, and good inflight catering, especially with their new product.

new jetblue mint cabin
Credit: JetBlue

new jetblue mint suite bed
Credit: JetBlue

You can credit the miles (and earn 125% flown miles) to Qatar Airways or Hawaiian Airlines. From Qatar points can be moved to British Airways if you wish. For Hawaiian, if the Alaska Airlines acquisition closes, the miles will be folded into Mileage Plan. Each flight is 3,470 miles. So in either case you’re looking at earning a little over 8,600 points roundtrip.

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  1. I flew jet blue EWR-LAX last week for the first time since 2018 and they really upped their game.

  2. Marco has a good point. We’re seeing product creep across the board from the legacy carriers – as F is phased out, new J products are closer to traditional F, and PE is getting closer and closer to the angled-flat J of yore. While narrowbody J is fine, this “really great deal” from B6 is more or less what PE would price out to across the pond in many cases, but without the benefits of alliance membership or loyalty point accrual. As someone who can’t sleep on a plane even in F, PE on the big carriers is my sweet spot when paying cash out of pocket.

  3. I wouldn’t fly B6 if you paid me to do it. And I won’t fly from that disgusting pigpen JFK. Find me a bargain on a Star Alliance carrier out of Newark.

  4. What is a carrier imposed surcharge?

    I find it very interesting that the actual price of MINT ticket is only $99 dollars but the taxes and fees are just over $1,700 dollars

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