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You Can Now Book Breeze Airways Flights on Priceline

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Some pretty big news from Breeze Airways this morning: the low-cost carrier has added Priceline as its first online travel agency (OTA).

There’s a lot to cover, so let’s dive right in!

First OTA Partner for Breeze

Breeze Airways has added Priceline as its first OTA, which means you can book flights with the airline through that platform.

Previously, you could only book Breeze flights on the airline’s website, flybreeze.com. Now, you can also book all of Breeze’s routes on Priceline.

As of now, Breeze flights cannot be booked through Chase’s travel portal or AmexTravel.com. However, partnering with an OTA could suggest that travelers might be able to purchase Breeze flights on other OTAs in the future.

In addition to tickets, you can add ancillary purchases like seat selection and baggage (Breeze doesn’t offer these services for free) directly through Priceline. You can also choose your preferred cabin on Priceline’s site.

Priceline Breeze
Image Credit: Priceline.com

“Priceline is proud to be the first OTA to introduce these routes with Breeze,” said Brigit Zimmerman, Priceline’s Chief Commercial Officer. “The collaboration with Breeze Airways marks an exciting expansion of our offerings, reinforcing our commitment to offering unparalleled travel opportunities and best-in-class deals for our customers.”

Breeze — like many airlines — has a loyalty program, BreezePoints. You’ll earn BreezePoints when flying on the airline. When you cancel a flight on the airline, you’ll also receive a credit in the form of BreezePoints.

However, booking tickets through an OTA often does not earn any airline points or miles, therefore, you will likely not get BreezePoints when booking with Priceline.

Bottom Line:

OTA purchases typically count as travel, so you’ll want to book your Breeze flights with a card that rewards you for travel purchases.

About Breeze Airways

JetBlue founder David Neeleman launched Breeze and began operations in the spring of 2021. The airline primarily focuses on point-to-point routes not covered by the major airlines and operates a fleet of Embraer 190, 195, and Airbus A220-300 aircraft.

Breeze Airways Landing
Breeze Airways Airbus A220-300 at Phoenix International Airport (PHX). Image Credit: robin via Adobe Stock

Today, Breeze offers more than 150 year-round and seasonal nonstop routes between 51 cities in 27 states.

As I mentioned above, Breeze keeps costs low by offering few amenities. That means you won’t receive complimentary beverage service or meals when flying on the airline, though you can purchase these services. One notable exception is when flying the airline’s business class, Breeze Ascent, which provides passengers with complimentary snacks and drinks.

Like major carriers, the airline offers 3 cabins: Nice, Nicer, and Nicest. The cheapest “Nice” fares will get you little more than a personal item, but you can add on other services for an extra fee.

Final Thoughts

Booking Breeze flights is easier now, as the airline now partners with Priceline, allowing you to book flights on the OTA. Unfortunately, you likely won’t earn BreezePoints this way, so make sure you’re alright giving up those points before you book through Priceline!

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Victoria holds a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the Howard University School of Communications and is an award-winning journalist, travel reporter, and the founder of the “Carrying On with Victoria M. Walker” newsletter.

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