Because we all like to save on air travel, the only thing better than cheap flights are free flights. And JetBlue Airways is currently offering a way for you and a companion to fly without it costing you a dime.
JetBlue is giving 50 people and their traveling partners a free round-trip ticket — the only catch is that you have to be a do-gooder. This all-expenses paid trip is part of the airline’s #CheckInForGood campaign that does something special for volunteers.
JetBlue is offering free flights to 50 people and their companions
When: The three-day free trip will depart on Giving Tuesday, November 27 and return on Friday, November 30, 2018.
Where: Unlike last year, the company is not disclosing the location of “Destination Good,” but fliers will learn where they’re headed at check-in.
At Destination Good, travelers will be able to do volunteer work focused on the carrier’s three pillars of the JetBlue For Good initiative: youth and education, environment and community.
“We’re excited to offer our customers the chance to once again roll up their sleeves and join us in giving back,” Icema Gibbs, JetBlue’s director corporate social responsibility, said in a statement. “We chose Destination Good as this year’s location to reinforce that doing good can happen anywhere and anytime – be it in the air, on the ground or even in your neighborhood.”
JetBlue’s all-expenses paid trip: Here’s how to fly for free
If you want to fly JetBlue for free as part of the volunteer trip, sign up at the JetBlue For Good Contest website. Requirements stipulate that you must be at least 18 years old with a valid passport with at least six months of eligibility left. The contest began on Oct. 16 and will end just before midnight on Oct. 26.
JetBlue says trip winners will be notified by November 20, 2018.
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