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Old Feb 5, 19, 1:35 pm
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I thinking about flying jet blue this December for Newark NJ to Orlando Fl. The prices are not available yet has anyone flown last year around this time. What was the average price so I can have some Idea
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Old Feb 5, 19, 4:29 pm
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Depends on the day.

If it’s an off day you can often find it for $99-$150.
If it’s a peak day (say, the friday before Xmas eve) expect $150-$300.00
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Old Feb 5, 19, 4:49 pm
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thank you
we are flying out Saturday december 14th flying back Christmas day 25

we are going on a cruise so that is why we are flying those dates
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Old Feb 5, 19, 8:22 pm
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we are flying out Saturday december 14th flying back Christmas day 25

we are going on a cruise so that is why we are flying those dates
Prices shouldn't be too bad, especially for Christmas day.
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Old Feb 23, 19, 2:21 pm
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If Orlando is very expensive for you, and there are several travellers together, it may be cheaper to look at flights from other airports.
FLL comes to mind but there are several other airports in Florida.
May be worth your while and rent a car with one way drop
Also consider looking at LGA and EWR airports in the New York area; prices may significantly vary between these airports.
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Old Feb 23, 19, 8:35 pm
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Originally Posted by zaniah02 View Post
I thinking about flying jet blue this December for Newark NJ to Orlando Fl. The prices are not available yet has anyone flown last year around this time. What was the average price so I can have some Idea
Allegiant from ABE or SWF would likely be cheaper if price is your primary consideration.
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