Like pizza? How about New York-style pizza? How about famous New York-style pizza made in New York City that day? A cool JetBlue promotion this week will see 350 pizza pies delivered fresh daily from Patsy’s Pizzeria in East Harlem, NYC, to Los Angeles—on JetBlue’s own planes. The airline is flying them from JFK to LAX and will make them available for delivery to L.A. residents from May 9-11 (that’s Wednesday-Friday). The promotion is called “Pie in the Sky” and you can read about it here.
Here’s how it works: Starting at 12am PT on Wednesday, May 9, interested L.A. pizza-lovers can go to jetblue.pizza to see if they’re in the designated delivery area. If they are, they can place an order for a 16″ cheese ($12) or pepperoni ($15) pie for delivery that (or next) evening. Pizzas are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, so make sure to act fast if you want in.
As part of the promotion, JetBlue has partnered with Spike Lee, who describes the dos and don’ts of eating pizza in the video below:
“In New York City, pizza is an institution and culture that has become one of the symbols of the city’s identity,” said Lee. “Pizza is a true taste of home for New Yorkers. That’s why my friends at JetBlue have planned to bring pizzas from Patsy’s Pizzeria of East Harlem to our friends in Los Angeles.”
I’ll be getting one myself. If you get one, let us know what you think in the comments below!
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