What are you willing to do to win a year's worth of free flights for you and a friend? Would you be able to delete your whole Instagram feed for this once in a lifetime chance? If so, then you’re in luck! jetBlue just announced a contest where three lucky winners, along with a friend, can win a year's worth of unlimited free flights to any of their destinations with the “All You Can Jet Pass.” Have we piqued your interest? Then find out how to apply below!
How To Enter
In order to enter the contest, you must delete all of the photos and stories from your active public Instagram accounts and keep them clear of activity until the end of the contest entry period on March 8th at 9 AM EST. Once you’ve wiped your account clean, then you'll need to fill in the blank in “All You Can ______” by uploading a photo here of a place, activity, or person that you’d like to visit and then download the image with the custom jetBlue contest frame.
Lastly, you need to share the custom framed image on your Instagram page, tag @JetBlue, and include the #AllYouCanJetSweepstakes hashtag in your caption. Just be sure to keep your Instagram clear of all other photos, except that one post, until the winners are announced!
Are You Ready?
The airline giant jetBlue flies to over 100 destinations located all over North, Central, and South America, as well as the Caribbean islands, so you can enjoy a litany of adventures and experiences. Now you can finally start ticking some places off your bucket list! Whether you’re looking to go on a Peruvian hiking expedition or just want to get crispy while sipping a strawberry margarita on a beach in the Dominican Republic, then you'll be spoiled with choices.
You need to hurry though! There are only two days left to enter the contest and get your year's worth of free flights. These will be sure to come with many unforgettable experiences and plenty of Instagram worthy moments that you can fill your feed back up with. Plus, if you're not wasting your money on expensive flights, then you can afford to splurge a bit on a nicer hotel.