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    Jet Blue

    Just got an email from Jet blue that they will be posting their schedule until January 3, 2012 tomorrow.

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    just booked nov 26-dec 18 nonstop rt from Boston for $512

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    Wow! $512 is a great price for r/t!!!! I had already booked our flight to Aruba for Oct. 15 but our return wasn't available until today. Oct. 30th from Aruba to Boston with taxes is $550!!!!!!! That's just ONE WAY and I'm paying for 4 tickets. I'm shocked! Looks like we'll be stopping in NY although the thought of 2 takes off's and 2 landing's in the same day makes me sick to my stomach.

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    we paid with continental round trip w/o taxes $338 out of newark. with taxes of course it was more but that's a great price. we're going in december. i just upgraded us with miles to first class coming home, waitlist going, lol.

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    Gretch...just wondering how you purchased one-way tickets to Aruba. Per USAir, the purchase of a one-way ticket to Aruba is not allowed. Does anyone else have info on this?

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    as far as I know, one way tickets can be purchased with any airline and I've done it with AA, Jet Blue, SW and Cont. Some of the airlines will not allow this with a frequent flyer ticket.

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    Hi Jerseygirl, Iím not sure about other airlines but on JetBlue there is no problem purchasing one-way flights. Are you asking because itís international or just in general? I do the same thing when I travel to Orlando/Disney. If I donít like one of the prices, whether that be to/from, Iíll only book one way just so I can grab the low price. And whether you book one way or r/t the price is the sameÖyou donít save any money purchasing r/t and no penalty purchasing one-way. Also, I know itís been stated before but on JB you can monitor your flightís price and if it goes down in price you can receive a credit for a future flight. One trip I called JB 6 times because the price kept changing and ended up with $350 in my travel bank!

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    Thanks Paul & Gretch...I don't know why the international USAir lady told me that one-way ticket purchases were not permitted to Aruba. I'll call them back and find out.

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    Jerseygirl - I hope this isn't true since I purchased a ticket on JetBlue to Aruba and a return on Continental.

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    Is that a good price? The way our return flight is we have to fly from Detroit going out but probably into Chicago coming home - which is fine since we live halfway between both. I am getting 2 round trip for $881 with taxes through Airtran. I thought it would get cheaper but after reading this I am not so sure??
    Last edited by milocoman; 04-29-2011 at 11:36 PM.

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