If you’re willing to set aside being glorified with Instagram likes for a while, you could potentially have a chance to win free flights with JetBlue for an entire year!
The airline has brought back its “All You Can Jet Pass” competition, but this time participants will be required to wipe their Instagram accounts of all their posts in order to qualify. The lucky winner will have the chance to fly for “free” with JetBlue to any of its destinations within North America, Central America, and the Caribbean within a 12-month period. Bear in mind that taxes outside the base fare of the ticket will still need to be paid, but this usually does not add up to much depending on where you’re flying to.
The rules are pretty simple.
First you must remove ALL your Instagram posts so that your profile is blank. The rules are pretty broad though, and explicitly allow you to archive your content instead. If you do not have an Instagram account, they also encourage you to sign up for one.
Then, go to JetBlue’s All You Can Jet contest page and upload one of your best photos via their photo tool. Maybe it can be of a previous travel adventure or hanging out with your favourite friends. It’s really up to you as to what you can upload, but choose wisely as you can only post one photo to qualify.
Once you upload the photo into the tool, customize the size and opacity, and then fill in the caption line to complete the phrase ALL YOU CAN ________
Download the photo and upload it to your now blank Instagram account with @JETBLUE and #ALLYOUCANJETSWEEPSTAKES in the post caption. Be sure that your profile is set to Public as JetBlue will not be able to see entries on private accounts. The airline has also been a good sport by hiding their IG posts as well, with the exception of a few promo pieces for this contest.
Finally and most importantly, your entry must posted before 9:00 AM EST on March 8, 2019, and your profile has to stay blank (with the exception of your single entry post) up to 11:59 PM EST on March 8, 2019.
Here is our photo, even though we won’t be entering.
Please read the rules for more details about qualifying and participation.