JetBlue Gives 200,000 Free Flights to Healthcare Workers
JetBlue is giving 100,000 pairs of roundtrip flights to healthcare workers to honor their work amid the coronavirus crisis. So that comes out to 200,000 free round trip flights.
JetBlue, is giving away the flights so that healthcare workers can take a vacation when the time is right. Healthcare workers across the country have shown their care, love, hard work, and dedication in the recent Covid-19 crisis.
Some heroes wear capes, a lot of ours wear scrubs and together, we can make them fly. Now is your chance to nominate your #JetBlueHealthcareHero. Tell them about your healthcare hero and if you have more than one, no worries you can nominate each of them. Nomination ends on May 15, 2020 at 9 pm PST.
Spread the Good news and Nominate your Healthcare Hero Now
Please note it’s not all free… the recipient still needs to pays flight taxes & fees. For more info, visit jetblue.com.
*No purchase necessary. Ends 11:59:59 p.m. ET 5/15/20. Open to legal residents of 48 contiguous U.S., DC, & PR, 16 or older (Nominators), 18 or older (Nominees). Recipient pays flight taxes & fees. Void where prohibited. A total of 100,000 pairs of roundtrip flights will be awarded: 90,000 selected via a random drawing among all eligible entries received; 10,000 donated to healthcare workers across public & private hospitals in our hometown of NYC.
— JetBlue (@JetBlue) May 6, 2020