The cost is $30 for your first bag and $40 for two bags, but this is addition to any checked baggage fees. However, JetBlue doesn’t charge for the first checked bag, so that certainly improves the service. You’ll check your bag in at the airport like normal, but at the end of your journey feel free to skip the wait at the baggage carousel. Things will be delivered to your house, hotel, or your yurt; however, it needs to be within 40 miles of the airport.
They will deliver up to 100 miles away from the airport, but it’s going to cost you an extra buck or so per mile traveled. After that it’s just not an option, so be prepared to lug your bag into your rental car.
We’re not exactly sure that we’ll be signing up for this any
time soon, but it’s certainly a nice option to have. If you’ve used Bags VIP through one of the carriers—like American, United, or JetBlue—be sure to let us know about it in the comments. Kind of curious to see how it went for you.