Jet Blue Charges for Pillows: BYOP?

Jet Blue Charges for Pillows: BYOP?

Gregory Han
Aug 5, 2008

Bring out those extra pillows from the closet if you're planning to travel Jet Blue for flights longer than two hours. The airline carrier is now going to charge you $7 for a pillow and blanket on longer flights (they throw in a $5 coupon to home furnishings retailer Bed Bath & Beyond to soften the blow, but we get those regularly via junk mail). Here are some travel pillow options to take on your next vacation escape to circumvent the additional cost...

EzySleep Travel Pillow: Considering we have a big ole noggin', we like the 360 degrees of support of this inflatable pillow. Sure, you'll look like you're wearing a large, puffy baby bib, but at least you won't be whiplashing willy-nilly onto your neighbor's shoulder.

The Dream Travel Pillow: looking to slumber onboard with an organic option? There's this granulated organic latex fill pillow with 100% cotton twill cover.

Samsonite Double Comfort Travel Pillow with Pouch: a no nonsense and affordable travel pillow from the travel and luggage experts, Samsonite.

The HeadBed Travel Pillow covered in soft fleece, the HeadBed supposedly inflates in just one breath.

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