Wanna Get Away? JetBlue Has Your Ticket

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    Got some time off? JetBlue has something for you.

    The budget airline -- that actually does have good service despite some of its crews quirky antics -- is once again offering an unlimited ticket to travel the country.

    The "All You Can Jet" pass is back once again. Starting Sept. 7, for $699, you can travel all you want, as much as you want, wherever JetBlue travels for 30 days. If $699 is too steep for you, you can buy the cheaper ticket at $499 and agree not to travel on Friday and Sunday for the month.  

    Like any deal seemingly too good to be true, there are restrictions. The offer is good only while supplies last and if last year's response is any indication, tickets will sell out fast.

    To possibly slow down the rush -- and better line its pockets -- JetBlue is raising the price $100. And you must book your passport online.

    JetBlue flies out of San Jose, Oakland and San Francisco in the Bay Area.