JetBlue Kills Off "All You Can Jet" Program

JetBlue will not be continuing its “All You Can Jet” (AYCJ) program for 2011, the company told members via email this morning. Last year AYCJ let passengers take an unlimited number of flights between early September and October for only $499-$699. For people who really flew enough to get the full value out of it, it was a great deal. They did give a promo code to participants for 15-30% off discounts, which tipster MissDeeJane described as “a concession prize.”

Here is the notice they sent:


Thank you for being a part of our All-You-Can-Jet program. We hope you enjoyed flying anywhere you liked, as often as you liked!

We’ve been fielding a lot of questions about our plans for the AYCJ program. As a member of the AYCJ community we wanted you to be the first to know that we will not be offering this program in 2011.

Even though we are not offering AYCJ in 2011, we still want you to enjoy a discount this fall. As a special thank you, please enjoy this single-use Promo Code: [xxxxxxxx] for 30% off* your next roundtrip flight on JetBlue this fall. This offer is valid for one-time use and can be used for you and up to 6 friends on the same itinerary. Plus – here’s a special 15% off** Promo Code for you to share with your friends and family.

JetBlue strives to create fun, flexible and affordable ways for our customers to travel. Please stay tuned for bigger and more exciting promotions to come!

We look forward to welcoming you onboard soon.

Thank you for your loyalty,

Martin St. George
SVP Marketing and Commercial Strategy
Twitter: @martysg

Reasons for ending the program:

1. Travel is still down in the recession.
2. Gas prices still high.
3. No Steven Slater news that needs distracting from.

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