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JetBlue Will Help Disappointed Voters Skip The Country Post-Election

JetBlue Will Help Disappointed Voters Skip The Country Post-Election

The airline is giving away 1,006 free roundtrips to any of their non-stop international locations like Aruba, the Bahamas, Bermuda or the Cayman Islands.

Karen Summerson

In light of the heated presidential elections, have you considered skipping town if your candidate doesn’t win? Maybe you’ll look to settle down in a country with less taxes or legalized gay marriagae? For those who are tempted, JetBlue is offering to fly you out of the U.S. for free – no joke.

 

Titled ‘Election Protection‘, the airline is giving away 1,006 round trip tickets (2,012 single trips) to any of its non-stop international locations, including¬†Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Mexico, St. Maarten, St. Lucia and Turks & Caicos. Marty St. George,¬†senior vice president of marketing and commercial strategy for JetBlue, gave some insight into the promotion:

Fun is one of our five founding values, and in this spirit we decided to give people a chance to recover from the political noise and follow through on their claim to skip town if their candidate comes up short

The deadline ends on November 5th at midnight, so apply now – you could finally escape the political ads that have been ailing you for the past year, with a cocktail at the beach.

Check out the video below for more info.

JetBlue

Image via Jaunted

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