JetBlue’s ‘Pie in the Sky’ Promotion Delivers Pizza From NYC to LA
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JetBlue is bringing a taste of New York pizza to the West Coast with its Pie in the Sky promotion— a limited-edition cross-country pizza delivery service. Between May 9th to May 11, Jetblue will be delivering classic NYC pizza pies to Los Angeles.
JetBlue will be flying and delivering pizza from Patsy’s Pizzeria in NYC to LA residents in select areas. As a part of the promotion, JetBlue will cover taxes and the delivery fee of the pies. Customers will only have to pay the cost of the pies, which is $12 for a plain cheese pizza and $15 for pepperoni. Pizza quantities are limited to 350 pies per day, so availability is on a first come, first serve basis.
“As New York’s Hometown Airline, we know there’s no slice like a New York slice,” Elizabeth Windram, JetBlue’s vice president of marketing, said in a statement. “In creating the first-ever coast-to-coast pizza delivery by an airline, we’re bringing the best pizza to Los Angeles to share an authentic taste of our home.”
How You can order Pizza?
- Visit Pie In The Sky website to start your order.
- Validate your zip code to ensure you’re in the delivery zone.
- Ordering opens at 12:00pm PDT each day. Place your order for a 16” plain (cheese) ($12) or pepperoni pizza ($15) for delivery. Act fast as quantities are limited to 350 per day — first come, first served!
- Track your pizza on www.jetblue.pizza as it is flown from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). Once your pizza is ready, JetBlue will notify you of your pizza delivery ETA, which will be between 7:00pm (PDT) and 10:00pm (PDT)
- Eat, enjoy and share your slice using #JetBluePieInTheSky.
Note: Customers can only purchase a pizza using a credit or debit card. It’s unclear how the purchases will code as dining or travel. So, if you won’t be able to take advantage of this promo, the next-best thing could be to order from your favorite local pizza place and earn bonus points with one of these dining reward credit cards.
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