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Jetblue Roundtrip Flight: Orange County, CA to Mammoth Lakes, CA EXPIRED

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Expedia.com is offering Jetblue Roundtrip Nonstop Flight from Orange County, CA to Mammoth Lakes, CA for $110 when you travel select dates from January-February 2019). Thanks serra

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Travel Availability:
  • Departs Orange County, CA (SNA):
    • January 20, 27
    • February 3, 10, 11, 24, 25
  • Departs Mammoth Lakes, CA (MMH):
    • January 25, 31
    • February 1, 14, 15, 28
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Click here for Mammoth City Travel Guide for ideas on stuff to do while you are there. -slickdewmaster

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even hotter! price dropped to $110 while I was getting a screenshot of the deal Whee

this is an amazing deal on an amazing airline! Their service is equivalent to domestic airlines' business class service'!

Southern California's Orange County Airport (SNA) located in Santa Ana have some really nice round trip airfares travelling to Mammoth Lakes (MMH) on Jetblue's JetsuiteX. All-in ticket prices are $60 each way, including business class-style leg room and complimentary cocktails and snacks, on-board and in the lounge. All you need to do is arrive 15 mins before departure.

Travel Availability:
Departs SNA: Jan 20, 27; Feb 3, 10, 11, 24, 25;
Departs MMH: Jan 25, 31; Feb 1, 14, 15, 28

To book this asap, plug travel information on Expedia [expedia.com] and select Jetblue as the airline to book. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money. JetsuiteX Air [jetsuitex.com] Website


Mammoth Lakes Travel Guide [visitmammoth.com]

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Go ahead a look up the driving distance between those Orange County and mammoth lakes. I don't think you know how large California is.
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For those who will fly them for the first time via SNA, they are NOT located in the main terminal. They are off to the side like in a strip mall area. Basically, at where all the private planes take off. No TSA. No waiting in line. Their service is better equate to flying on a charter plane.
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holy smokes this is a great deal
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wow amazing deal
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This is a real SD!
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For those who will fly them for the first time via SNA, they are NOT located in the main terminal. They are off to the side like in a strip mall area. Basically, at where all the private planes take off. No TSA. No waiting in line. Their service is better equate to flying on a charter plane.
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this deal is freaking hot, slickdealers. you saw it here first! Whee
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Great deal but if you plan to go skiing/snowboarding, how much are jet blue luggage fees?
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California to California, it doesn't make much sense
Go ahead a look up the driving distance between those Orange County and mammoth lakes. I don't think you know how large California is.
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very good deal. i make the drive probably 10 times a year, so ive become pretty alright with it. if i fly once i probably wouldn't ever go back to driving lol, so il pass.
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Burbank is $127 or $167 round trip for dates in January and February. Check Google Flights
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This is a 5 hour drive, no? I estimate $50 worth of gas.
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