JB is not ALWAYS the cheapest but I like them very much (especially the EML seats). And be sure you are members of TRUE BLUE FF'rs....and if you have an Amex card, switch it to the Jet Blue Amex card. Its REALLY easy to get free tickets. I used one free ticket last Xmas to AZ, and I just used another Free Ticket to AZ over Memorial Day (total cost $5). They do have restrictions on flights using award tickets.
Also note that when flying to Aruba, you DONT have the DirectTV for MOST of the flight (and then they have the nerve to charge $5 for the in-flight movies).
AND JB does not take cash for purchases on board (drinks, pillows, headsets).
I have to agree -- Jet Blue is worth paying a little extra. My experience with AA and US Air have been okay but Jet Blue steps it up!! We have started to wait to buy our airfare and fly Jet Blue. Sometimes we fly round trip out of Boston; this October we will be flying roundtrip out of Portland (we got a great deal!!).
We always watch the airfare on JetBlue. We have been spoiled and now that is all we want to travel.
The Shitz Zu is ours and the long haired Daschhound is my sisters. This picture was taken one year while we were in Aruba. She is kind enough to dog sit for us. They took this picture when they finally calmed down!!