Escape the election, your family, the weather—all at a discount.

By Melanie Lieberman
October 18, 2016
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JetBlue claims to have “hit a new low” with its latest airfare deal—30 percent off every flight booked by 11:59 p.m. ET on Oct. 19.

If election season has you ready to visit one of JetBlue’s international destinations (Turks and Caicos, for example, or Costa Rica) you’re in luck—the promotion applies to travel taken between Oct. 26 and Dec. 15.

Unfortunately, blackout dates include Thanksgiving (Nov. 18 through Nov. 28), though you can still use the deal to skip out on turkey duty, and the in-laws, by traveling for the latter half of November.

Perhaps you’re ditching dinner to enjoy a decidedly seasonal destination (what’s Thanksgiving without foliage drives and apple picking?). Or maybe you’re just building in a half dozen buffer days between you and holiday traffic. Maybe you want to go to a country that doesn’t even celebrate Thanksgiving. No matter what’s inspiring you to take flight, you’ll still get 30 percent off your base fare.

Reservations can be made using the promo code BIG30 directly on the JetBlue website. To search for tickets, simply select your dream destination (a well-timed, post-holiday trip to unwind in Cancún, perhaps?) within the window and you’ll see the discount automatically applied to your itinerary.

Flights must originate within the United States (Puerto Rico included), and the savings can be enjoyed on both one-way as well as round-trip flights; Sunday travel is excluded.