By Melanie Lieberman
September 18, 2017

JetBlue’s newest two-day sale has flights starting at $39 one-way, and is available for travel as early as September 26.

Highlights from the sale (which is amusingly called A Latte Travel For A Latte Less) include $39 trips from Long Beach, California to Las Vegas, and $59 flights from Boston to Atlanta.

According to a recent study, the average person spends $2.70 on a cup of coffee (to say nothing of the price of a latte): meaning you could book one of these JetBlue flights simply by forgoing your daily coffee purchase for two weeks.

There are also $59 flights between New York City and Boston and Portland, Maine, $74 flights from Washington, D.C. to Charleston, and $84 flights from Fort Lauderdale to Barbados.

Deals can be found on trips to popular vacation spots like Hilton Head Island, Orlando, the Bahamas, and Bermuda.

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Even at the high end, there are reasonably priced $104 trips to Mexico City, $124 flights to Jamaica, and $129 trips to Colombia. All tickets booked with JetBlue include fees and taxes.

To take advance of this short-lived sale, reservations must be made by September 19 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard time. Travel dates are available until December 14, though blackout dates (including Thanksgiving) do apply.

Don’t see a deal you love from your city? Frontier is also slashing prices on a number of domestic routes, with flights starting at $34 for trips between Las Vegas and Pittsburgh ($24 for Discount Den members) and from Phoenix to San Antonio, Texas.