From: The Points Guy - Tuesday Jan 14, 2020 03:11 pm
The Points Guy – Maximize your travel. Also: The cheapest way to fly in JetBlue's premium Mint cabin
TPG Jan 14, 2020
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The cheapest way to fly in JetBlue’s premium Mint cabin

With a number of lie-flat Mint flights pricing below $400, there's a good chance you'll find a deal.

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It’s another episode in the long goodbye to the airplane known as the Queen of the Skies.

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Even cardholders who don’t typically shop at Saks can find value in this credit.

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