More than 20 airlines on Monday announced new discounts for travelers using Amazon’s online platform, including air travel.
Airline customers on a few new programs, including the American Eagle and JetBlue, will be eligible for Amazon Prime Air.
Those eligible include those who are paying for their flights on Amazon, Amazon Prime members and those who use an Amazon Flex Card.
Amazon’s new program offers discounts on up to six flights for $35 per person, plus a free hotel room, with the option to pay with cash, credit cards or debit cards.
Airfare will cost $99 per person or $119 per person and include the standard, extra-light, economy and economy class seats.
It also includes two meals a day for those on a budget.
Amazon Prime will also help those who have a minimum of $1,500 to spend.
Amazon AirPass is also now available for travelers in the U.S. and Canada who use a Flex Card or a Chase Freedom Card, and those eligible for the Prime Card.
It will cost a maximum of $200 for an individual and $300 for a family.