BUFFALO, NY (WKBW/USATODAY) - JetBlue is resurrecting its popular 'All You Can Jet' pass, where customers can fly unlimited miles for a month for a one-time fee, the USA Today reports.
The company is offering two variations of the pass this year. For $699, customers can book a seat on any available flight between September 7 and October 6, and can fly an unlimited amount between that time.
For $499, customers can purchase a similar pass, but must be willing to exclude Fridays and Sundays from their travel pass.
JetBlue offered a similar plan last year for $599, which sold out in just two days.
Read more on the details of the plan in the story posted by the USA Today here.