WOW Air Sale, $69 to Iceland and $99 to Other European Cities
WOW Air has another sale with some good prices for travel to Iceland and other European counties from several US airports. Let’s check the details of the offer.
WOW Air is offering prices as low as $69.99 for flights to Iceland from Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, St. Louis or Pittsburgh. Flights to other European destinations start at $99. There’s availability from November 2018 until April 2019.
- Reykjavik from $69
- Amsterdam from $99
- Brussels from $99
- Dublin from $99
- Frankfurt from $99
- London from $99
You can book directly on their website.
WOW’s base fares are usually unbelievable but prepare yourself to pay for any extras and don’t assume anything will be free. WOW Air charges for almost everything, so make sure you go over their list of fees before booking. You’re only allowed a free carry-on item (17x13x10 in./22 lbs), which is very very small. You’ll have to pay for a carry-on bag and checked luggage.
Seat assignment will also cost you, $9.99-$10.99. Check out the full list of fees and charges here.
WOW is a budget airline so this sale is not for everyone. All flights have a stop in Iceland. Flying to Iceland for $69 and to other European cities for $99 is a very good deal if you can travel light. Return fares vary for each city, but you should be able to find some good prices. Some of the cities included in this sale won’t have WOW Air service for long, so this might be your last chance for cheap travel to Europe.
Don’t forget to maximize your credit card rewards. Use Amex Platinum that offers 5x MR on airfare, Chase Sapphire Reserve for 3x UR on travel, or Citi Prestige for 3x TYP on airfare. You can also use travel credit from your Citi Prestige or the Chase Sapphire Reserve.
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