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Boston to Las Vegas or Vice Versa $233 RT Nonstop on JetBlue Airways (limited travel Jan-Feb)

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Last Edited by thestreetlight January 12, 2018 at 08:32 PM
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JetBlue Airways have round trip airfares travelling to and from Boston (BOS) and Las Vegas (LAS) for $233 nonstop.

Limited travel availability. This is what I have but check your desired dates if it's not listed below. Availability comes and goes.

Departs BOS: Jan 29, 30, 31; Feb 3, 6, 7
Returns: Feb 3, 7, 8, 10, 13, 14

Departs LAS: Jan 29, 30, 31; Feb 3, 13, 14
Returns: Feb 3-7, 10-13, 19-22, 24-28

Use dates and book it on Expedia [expedia.com] or JetBlue [jetblue.com] directly. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money. On another note, we have an exclusive promo code with Hotels.com saving an extra 10% off already reduced rates of up to 40% off. Keep in mind, most Las Vegas hotels now tack on a daily resort fee which is NOT part of the rate you will see.
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sooooooo tempting laugh out loud

thanks for posting
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sooooooo tempting laugh out loud

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Looking for this exact deal in March, thanks op
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Isn't Spirit even cheaper if you don't check in luggage?
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Isn't Spirit even cheaper if you don't check in luggage?
Depends on the price gap. If it is reasonable enough JetBlue free carry-on luggage, free onboard wifi, better legroom, and free drinks and snacks might be worth it
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Depends on the price gap. If it is reasonable enough JetBlue free carry-on luggage, free onboard wifi, better legroom, and free drinks and snacks might be worth it
Also, free relatively much comfortable seats compared to Spirit (almost plastic benches).
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