WOW: $99 1-Way from Washington, DC, to Iceland!

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WOW Air is at it again!  One-way flights from Washington, DC (Baltimore), to Reykjavik, Iceland, are $99 for travel through March 2016!

Update:  WOW Air has added $99 1-way fares from Boston to Iceland!  And flights from $149 1-way to Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Dublin, London, and Paris!

This fare is a great deal if you do NOT check a bag.  Because their baggage fees can add up fast!

WOW 99 1 Way From Washington DC To Iceland

Fly to Reykjavik, Iceland, from Washington, DC (Baltimore) for Only $99

These fares are a great deal TO Europe.  But expect to spend ~$135 and up to fly back, which is still a fantastic price!

What’s the Deal?

Link:   WOW Air

I’ve written before about great deals to Europe on WOW Air.  And I flew WOW Air to Iceland and had a very good experience.

Now, there’s another great sale!  For $99, you can fly 1-way from Washington, DC (Baltimore) to Reykjavik, Iceland.

WOW 99 1 Way From Washington DC To Iceland

Visit Iceland This Fall or Winter With This Sale

The fare is valid until March 2016!

How to Find the Fares

The $99 fares are limited and only available certain days of the week.

To begin, select Washington, DC and Reykjavik as your departure and arrival cities, and click “One Way” AND “Flexible Dates.”

Click through the fare calendar to find the lowest fares.

WOW 99 1 Way From Washington DC To Iceland

I Found 1-Way Flights From for $99 in October!

Click the day you want to depart.  The price will display as $99.

WOW 99 1 Way From Washington DC To Iceland

$99 Is a Fantastic Deal!

If you rent a car, be sure to check out my tips on how to find the best price!  And be sure to take a card with chip-and-PIN capability to get gas!

WOW 99 1 Way From Washington DC To Iceland

Iceland Is a Beautiful Country in Every Season!

Use the Right Credit Card!

Link:   Chase Sapphire Preferred

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Pay with a card that earns bonus points for travel or airfare purchased directly from airlines:

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Link:   Hot Deals – Hotel Credit Cards

If you book a WOW Air flight, remember there are lots of ways to get cheap or free hotel rooms with points from credit card bonuses and spending!

To find hotels you can book with points, I like using Hotel Hustle (which even shows you if rooms are actually available!) or AwardMapper.

Remember, you can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards or American Express Membership Rewards to lots of hotel programs.

WOW 99 1 Way From Washington DC To Iceland

You Can Transfer Points From Bank and Airline Programs to Hotels Like Hilton

Check out my posts on all the ways to earn Hilton points!

Note:  Folks who want to book paid stays could check out discount sites like Orbitz, Expedia, or TravelPony for deals.  But you won’t get stay credits or points (and might not have your elite status recognized).

If you’re feeling adventurous or want to stay in a more residential area, Airbnb is a great way to save money, especially for longer stays.

Bottom Line

WOW Air has 1-way flights from Washington, DC (Baltimore), to Reykjavik, Iceland, for $99.  This is a great deal if you can pack light!  I’ve flown WOW Air and had a good experience.

Update:   WOW Air has added $99 1-way fares from Boston to Iceland!  And flights from $149 1-way to Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Dublin, London, and Paris.

And fares back start at ~$135, which is still very cheap!

Will you plan to visit to Iceland with these fares?

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