Jet Blue Unlimited Flight Pass: All You Can Jet
Jet Blue Airlines is offering an unlimited all-you-can-fly pass for $599, which will cover any JetBlue destination. I've never seen anything like this before: while expensive if you only fly once or twice, this will be a real winner for business travelers who don't mind a bit of the ol' coach class. When using the All You Can Jet pass, travel must be undertaken between September 8 and October 8. There are no blackout dates, but there is a $100 fine if you pull a no-show.
At first glance, it's a great deal, but JetBlue often has sale fares which would make the all-you-can-fly package most attractive to those who fly more than three times a month. Unless it's for business, I don't know anybody who flies more than twice per month. Either way, here are the JetBlue All You Can Jet details, in PDF form.
For $599, customers can purchase an unlimited travel pass that lets them fly for free to any of the airline's 56 international and domestic destinations as often as they like between Sept. 8 and Oct. 8.
(I"m not affiliated with JetBlue; I'm posting this story because the all-you-can-fly ticket structure is new to the industry)