If Jetblue introduced a one year All-You-Can-Jet Pass, then it's more of a business travel ticket than leisure. After all, the one-month-long original pass allowed people to dream and take off a month from work and responsibilities and craft a dream itinerary. There were sponsorships, there were blogs, and it was fun to follow the intrepid folk. But one year? That's going to require some dedication and whole chunk of change, because it won't cost $599 like the month pass.
So this begs the question: were Jetblue to offer a one year All-You-Can-Jet Pass, would you go for it? It does mean you could travel every weekend and still work, but that would be tiring. Or would it? Let us know your decision in the comments!
· Jetblue's AYCJ contest [Facebook]
· Become Jetblue's Facebook Fan, Win Free Travel For A Year [Mashable]
· Jetblue news [Jaunted]
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