- JetBlue is delivering pizza from New York City to Los Angeles for three days in May.
- There is no delivery fee, and JetBlue promises the pizza will be delivered to customers’ homes hot and ready to eat.
- JetBlue is only delivering 350 pizzas a day.
JetBlue is entering the pizza delivery business – but only for a few days.
From May 9 to May 11, the airplane brand is delivering cheese and pepperoni pizza from New York to Los Angeles. There is no delivery fee – or taxes – so you’ll be able to order pizza from 2,800 miles away for less than $20.
The pizza in question is from Patsy’s Pizzeria of East Harlem. The options are two 16 inch pies – plain cheese for $12 and pepperoni for $15.
"No need to tip the drivers - we'll take care of that as well!" JetBlue says in its FAQ about the promotion.
People in Los Angeles craving a slice of New York pizza can place their order on the website jetblue.pizza, starting at 12 a.m. PDT. Not every zip code in the Los Angeles area is available for delivery, but if your home is, JetBlue will deliver the pizza to your door.
"Yes, the pizza is made fresh every day at Patsy's Pizzeria of East Harlem and baked in their coal-fire oven," JetBlue's website promises. "From there, it will be packed for the flight. Upon arrival at LAX, the pizza will be brought to a kitchen and prepped for final delivery so that it's fresh and delicious upon delivery to your door."
Customers can even track their pizza flying from John F. Kennedy International Airport to Los Angeles International Airport on JetBlue's website. The pizza will be delivered between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. PDT.
The biggest catch is that JetBlue is only delivering 350 pizza a day throughout the three-day promotion. Ordering will close in the early morning hours when the daily supply of 350 available pizzas is sold out.