Alert: JetBlue Flying “Pat”s For Free on Super Bowl Sunday

Feb 3, 2019

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If you’re flying in or out of  Boston (BOS) or Atlanta (ATL) with JetBlue today and your first name starts with the letters P-A-T, some good news: JetBlue, the official airline of the New England Patriots, is issuing credits for the cost of your flight in or out of the two airports.

So You’re a Pat, What Now?

According to JetBlue, in order to be eligible the first three letters of the first name on your JetBlue booking must be “P-A-T” and you must be traveling at least one way on Sunday, February 3, 2019, into or out of BOS or ATL. The flight must be JetBlue-operated and is limited to confirmed bookings made prior to 11:59pm EST on February 2, 2019.

JetBlue says that the travel bank credits will be processed within 14 days to your account. The credits will be only for the base fare, not for taxes or fees. If you used a flight certificate for your flight, a new one-way certificate will be issued to your account. If you used TrueBlue points for the flight, the points will be returned to your account. JetBlue says all of this will happen automatically.

If you don’t see the credit in your account within 14 days, you can reach out to the company by emailing GoPats@jetblue.com with your first and last name as well as your confirmation number and your ticket number to request your travel credit. You have until Feb. 28 to make your claim if it doesn’t happen automatically.

For more information, read JetBlue’s full post here.

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