JetBlue Refreshes Its In-Flight EatUp Snack Boxes
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Love the snack options on JetBlue? Good news: They’re about to get a lot better. Beginning July 1, 2017 (tomorrow), JetBlue is updating its EatUp snack box options. The new boxes will be available on flights that are more than two hours in length.
Read on to see the contents of each of the new EatUp boxes:
The BigUp box is filled with protein. In it, you’ll find a blueberry protein bar, coconut toffee candy, turkey jerky, roasted chickpeas and parmesan cheese crisps.
The BigUp box costs $7.
This box has a little bit of everything — it’s the variety box. In it, you’ll find a granola bar, ranch crackers, turkey stick and fruit snacks.
The MixItUp box costs $5.
The AmpUp box is a healthy option for snackers, with options that are gluten free, vegan and kosher. In it, you’ll find crackers, chocolate crispy rice squares, olives, roasted almonds, red pepper hummus and a fruit bar.
The AmpUp box costs $7.
The CatchUp box is modeled after what you’d typically munch on in a movie theatre. In the box, you’ll get salt and pepper cashews, crunchy popcorn, brownie thins and jellybeans.
The CatchUp box costs $5.
In addition to these four new boxes, JetBlue will continue to offer its “cheesy” PickMeUp box. In that $7 box, you’ll get a trio of cheese: garden vegetable, sharp cheddar and gruyere, as well as dried cherries and crackers. Plus, if you’re not interesting in paying for a snack box and would rather stick with the free stuff, JetBlue will continue to offer its complimentary brand-name snack options on board.
The real good news here comes with how affordable these options are — especially if you’re paying with a JetBlue Plus Card or a JetBlue Card. With both cards, you’ll get a 50% savings on eligible in-flight purchases. So, if you purchase a $5 box or $7 box, you’ll pay just half of that — $2.50 or $3.50 per box, respectively. These boxes are packed with food, and for just a few dollars, they present some great value if you have the JetBlue Plus Card or its no-fee version, the JetBlue Card.
Images courtesy of JetBlue.
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