JetBlue is offering one-way tickets out of Boston for as little as $64 — but you have to act fast

You can escape this spring to places like West Palm Beach and New Orleans.

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–Seth Wenig/AP/File

If you’ve had enough of New England’s finicky “spring” weather and want to escape to another part of the country, you can save money on a JetBlue flight — that is, if you’re ready to book ASAP.

JetBlue launched a two-day sale, called the “Fly As You May” sale, on Tuesday, and it ends at 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday.

The sale includes one-way flights to 18 destinations out of Logan Airport — they’re listed below, along with the cost of a one-way ticket (including government taxes and fees). The flights are for travel between May 8 and June 20, with blackout dates from May 23-28.

  • Philadelphia International Airport in Philadelphia for $64
  • Syracuse Hancock International Airport in Syracuse, N.Y. for $64
  • Logan to LaGuardia Airport in Queens, N.Y.: $69
  • Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J. for $69
  • Greater Rochester International Airport in Rochester, N.Y. for $79
  • Jacksonville International Airport in Jacksonville, Fla. for $84
  • John F. Kennedy International Airport in Queens, N.Y. for $89
  • Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Va. for $89
  • Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta for $94
  • Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in Baltimore, Md. for $99
  • Pittsburgh International Airport in Pittsburgh, Pa. for $99
  • Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach, Fla. for $109
  • Tampa International Airport in Tampa, Fla. for $119
  • Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport in Saint Paul, Minn. for $129
  • Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers, Fla. for $129
  • Mexico City International Airport in Mexico City for $134
  • Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in Fort Worth, Texas for $139
  • Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport in Kenner, La. for $179
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