JetBlue Offering Refunds For Federal Taxes – Will Others Follow?

By Jennifer Strathman
JetBlue is stepping up and offering customers a refund for the extra taxes they paid for their airline ticket. Will others follow?

On July 22nd, the Federal Excise Tax expired. If you bought your ticket before July 22nd for travel after July 22, you may be entitled to a refund.

JetBlue detailed the refund process on its blog, BlueTales, and there’s a “Travel Alert” on the company’s main website. Both posts explain how to get a refund for the expired federal excise tax if you have a trip planned in the next seven days. The refund will be for the Federal Excise Tax and other federal taxes travellers paid when they bought their tickets.

Continue reading how to get a tax refund at


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