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WOW Air Fare Sale! Fly to Europe for $90 One-Way
WOW Air, the Icelandic budget airline, is offering flights to Europe from a few US Cities for just $69.99. For that price you can travel to Iceland from several US cities but for $20 more you can also visit other European countries.
Fly to Reykjavik from San Francisco, Boston, Pittsburgh, Chicago and Washington DC for just $69.99 one way.
For $89.99 one way, you can also fly to these destinations:
Please note! Return fares will range from $189-249 depending on flight/date/time. You can book directly on the WOW Air website.
- Travel Availability: January – May 2018
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.
These are some great prices, but keep in mind that the return leg will cost you more. So make sure you check prices for inbound flights as well before booking. Booking a round trip is not required though.
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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