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By Alicia Adamczyk
July 12, 2016
390806 06: A JetBlue Airways jet sits on the tarmac June 19, 2001June 19, 2001 at the Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International airport in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The low-fare airline based in New York announced at the Paris Air Show today that it had signed a contract with Airbus for the purchase of up to 48 additional new A320 aircraft. Valued at more than $2.5 billion, the new aircraft order covers 30 firm orders, options for five aircraft and purchase rights for an additional 13 planes. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
390806 06: A JetBlue Airways jet sits on the tarmac June 19, 2001June 19, 2001 at the Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International airport in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The low-fare airline based in New York announced at the Paris Air Show today that it had signed a contract with Airbus for the purchase of up to 48 additional new A320 aircraft. Valued at more than $2.5 billion, the new aircraft order covers 30 firm orders, options for five aircraft and purchase rights for an additional 13 planes. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Joe Raedle—Getty Images

JetBlue’s two-day flash sale is offering some seriously good deals.

The promotion, which ends Wednesday, offers one-way flights as low as $39, including from Fort Lauderdale to the Bahamas. Other deals include $89 for a one-way ticket from New York City’s JFK to Bermuda; $124 for a flight from Orlando to Jamaica; and $94 for flights from Westchester, New York, to Fort Lauderdale.

All prices include taxes and fees.

Flights are available between August 22 and November 17, 2016, on every day of the week except Friday and Sunday (as well as on September 5 and October 10 for all cities, and November 10 through 14 for flights to/from JFK, LGA, and EWR.)

So, how’s your late summer vacation planning going?

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