JetBlue and Gadling are giving away two All You Can Jet passes

** This contest is now closed **

So you missed the JetBlue “All You Can Jet” unlimited flight pass promotion and now you’re crying in your pancakes because you won’t have a month worth of flights. This is what happens when you stay out too late and don’t pay attention. There’s good news, travelers: Gadling has your back.

The JetBlue “All You Can Jet” unlimited flight pass has come and gone. But we teamed up with JetBlue to send two lucky winners on one month of unlimited flights anywhere JetBlue flies. That’s right – you can win your very own AYCJ pass.

But wait – there’s more! The winners will also receive a $250 gift card from SCOTTEVEST, a 4GB wireless Eye-Fi memory card, a three month subscription to Boingo Wireless and a free book and CD or Movie from

Entering the contest is simple – all you have to do is tell us what would you do/where would you go on your 30 days of unlimited flying? You can tell us in a 20 word itinerary, or a 1000 word trip essay.

  • To enter, simply leave a comment answering the question: How would you spend your 30 days of unlimited flying?
  • The comment must be left before Wednesday September 1 2010 at 5:00 PM Eastern Time.
  • You may enter only once.
  • Two Prize Winners will be randomly selected to receive one JetBlue All You Can Jet pass valid for travel seven days a week for 30 days, one Scottevest $250 giftcard, one 4GB EyeFi Pro wireless memory card, one travel book and CD or movie to keep you company from, and one Boingo global WiFi pass valid for three months.
  • The pass entitles the holder to unlimited travel on the JetBlue route network between September 7 2010 and October 8 2010. Taxes and fees on domestic travel are included, but you are responsible for all taxes and fees on international flight segments. JetBlue restrictions apply and can be found here.
  • You are responsible for booking your flights through JetBlue.
  • Winners must be JetBlue TrueBlue frequent flier program members. Membership in this program is free.
  • Open to legal residents of the 50 United States, and the District of Columbia who are 18 and older.
  • The total value of each prize is approximately $1100 — $699 (JetBlue All You Can Jet pass), $250 (Scottevest gift card) $69.99 (EyeFi memory card) $50 worth of travel books and movies from and $180 (Boingo three month global pass).
  • Click here for the complete official rules of this giveaway.

OK travelers — get commenting! These passes are hot and since you already missed it the first time, you don’t want to get left out in the cold this time around.

Happy travels and good luck!
The Gadling Team

10 products for your JetBlue “All You Can Jet” high-tech survival kit

So, you just booked yourself a JetBlue All You Can Jet ticket? 30 days of non stop jetting around the country (and beyond).

You are either extremely smart, or up for a month of hell in the skies. Either way, on your trip, you are bound to run into all kinds of challenges. Getting a good seat is going to be the least of your worries. For the next 30 days you’ll need to worry about packing light, keeping gadgets charged, and what to do if you find yourself stuck at the airport overnight without a hotel reservation.

Worry not – we’ve collected ten brilliant products designed to make your life easier during your 30 days of All You Can Jet.

[Photo credit: AP Photo/Seth Wenig]

Suite Arrival deliveries

The idea behind Suite Arrivals is brilliant – pre-order toiletries, snacks and other items, and have them delivered to your hotel or other address. Now, before you leave on your All You Can Jet adventure, order up whatever you think you’ll need, and it’ll be ready waiting for you when you arrive. Prices start as low as a dollar, up to around $20 for a well stocked snack and toiletries set. Keeping toiletries out of your bags means less time messing around at the security checkpoint.

Price: $1 & up
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Boingo Subscription

When you travel, The Internet can quickly become your best distraction from the otherwise boring hotel or airport. Instead of paying $10 for each online session, sign up for a monthly pass to Boingo, and use a single monthly fee to get online as often as you want. With thousands of locations, you’ll quickly find that Boingo is almost everywhere you are.

Price: $9.95/month for unlimited domestic usage
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Eye-Fi card

During your All You Can Jet adventure, you’ll (hopefully) be making as many photos as you can – which means your memory card will be filling up at an insane rate. For active photographers, not much beats the convenience of the Eye-Fi memory cards. These 4GB and 8GB memory cards can upload your photos any time your camera is in range of a Wi-Fi hotspot.

Best of all, when you combine your Eye-Fi card with Devicescape and a Boingo subscription, you can turn your camera on as soon as you land at a Boingo airport, and instantly upload your photos. All without having to press a single button. Photos that have been successfully uploaded can be wiped from your card, means you’ll almost never run out of storage space.

Price: from $49.99
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ZAGGsparq 2.0

During your 30 days of flying, you’ll probably only have a couple of days of access to a power outlet. For the days your phone is away from AC, the ZAGGsparq 2.0 can be your new best friend. Inside this compact USB charger is a massive 6000mAh battery pack, with enough juice to keep your iPhone or other phone going for almost a full week.

Its own AC charger is built in, so as soon as your are near an outlet, plug it in, and get it back to 100% in a few hours. With its two USB ports, you can charge two devices at the same, as long as your remember to bring the right USB device cables!

Price: $99.99
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HotelPal, FlightTrack Pro, TripIt

This trio of smartphone software provides the ultimate in travel support. With TripIt, you can gather all your flight plans, FlightTrack Pro keeps track of your flight status, and HotelPal lets you search and book local hotels. Seriously, load these three on your phone, and you’ll have everything you need to prevent, avert and resolve flight delays and cancellations.

To use the apps, simply forward all your confirmation emails to TripIt. TripIt will then translate all the information in the emails, and load your itineraries into its system. FlightTrack Pro then syncs with TripIt and constantly monitors for delays, cancellations, gate changes and more. FlightTrack Pro and HotelPal are available for the iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Pro-users can even setup shared TripIt calendars, so friends and family always have easy access to their itineraries.

Price: TripIt (Free), FlightTrack Pro ($9.99) and HotelPal (Free)
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Briggs & Riley BRX luggage – 22″ Upright

If you are a smart planner, you’ll try to minimize your time in hotels, along with the weight of your luggage. The new Briggs & Riley BRX line of luggage takes the luxury side of Briggs & Riley, and turns it into a super-lightweight adventure style line of bags. The 22″ BRW Upright weighs just 7.5lbs, features wide all-terrain wheels, a sturdy handle and four compression straps. Its front zippered compartment holds a 16″ laptop, and thanks to its outer handle assembly, the inside is nice and flat, perfect for keeping shirts wrinkle free.

Price: $290
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Griffin Travel Stand for iPhone and iPod

Sure, JetBlue may offer live TV and radio, but at the end of the day, there is only so much you want to watch on TV. If you’d rather sit back and enjoy your own programming, consider the compact Griffin Travel Stand for iPhone and iPod. Don’t let the name fool you, this smart gadget works with almost any smartphone, and combines a device stand with a neat headphone case.

Price: $14.99
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Monster Beats Tour High Definition headphones

I don’t care how much of an aviation buff you are – after a couple of days, the jet noise will get to anyone. Even pilots wear good headphones, but your lightweight packing procedure won’t have enough space for a pair of bulky headphones. So, unless you want to leave your clean underwear at home, consider a pair of good quality headphones.

The Monster Beats Tour headphones block out a good amount of outside noise, while providing fantastic audio and bass. Best of all, their connector is ultra low-profile, which means it won’t stab you in the side when plugged into the seat audio jack.

Price: $179.95
Product page: Monster Beats Tour

Smartphone, iPad, netbook or laptop

Picking the best device for your trip is a tough one – everyone has different needs, and not everyone will want to be connected all the time. If you just want an affordable media player, you could consider the affordable Archos 5 series or 7 series Android tablets. For a lightweight laptop without compromises, check out the Toshiba T135. For a lightweight media tablet with fantastic app support, you’ll obviously get a lot of love out of an iPad.

Price: from $199

Monsoon Multimedia Vulkano placeshifter/streamer

This is the only product in the list that doesn’t actually travel with you. The Monsoon Multimedia Vulkano stays home, connected to your TV and cable box. With it, you can remotely watch and record anything you receive at home.

Want to watch the latest episode of your favorite show when you wait at the airport? Watch it live over the Internet, or download it to watch on your device during your flight. Want to watch live TV in your hotel room? Connect your laptop to the hotel TV and forget the lousy channels the hotel provides. Landed at your destination, and want to setup a recording? Browse the electronic program guide, and tell the Vulkano to record what you want, when you want. On-the-road entertainment doesn’t get much better than this.

With the Vulkano, you’ll be able to stop spending money on movie rentals or streaming video purchases, and get to enjoy the content you want.

Price: From $259
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[Wi-Fi sign photo from Flickr/Futureshape]

JetBlue All You Can Jet pass returns with new pricing – same popularity

It is back! For those of you in desperate need of a way to fill a month with non stop flying, JetBlue has brought back their popular “All You Can Jet” pass. Last year, the pass was offered for $599, but the airline changed its pricing method this year, offering a $499 version for five days of travel (excludes Friday and Sunday), and a $699 pass for seven days a week.

The fine print is simple – you need to be a TrueBlue member, inventory of the passes is limited and taxes on international and Puerto Rico flights are not included. You also need to book flights three days in advance. Other than that, you can fly all you want, wherever you want and whenever you want, between Tuesday September 7 and Wednesday October 6. There are also restrictions on how often you can pass through the same airport on a single day.

And no – you will not earn points for each flight, but the airline doesn’t leave its TrueBlue members with empty hands – the 7 day pass yields 4200 TrueBlue points, and the five day pass gets you 3000 points.

To learn more about this fantastic deal, or to order your pass, head on over to the JetBlue All You Can Jet information site.