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WOW Air Sale: $69 Flights to Iceland and $99 to Mainland Europe!

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WOW Air Sale:  $69 Flights to Iceland and $99 to Mainland Europe!

Meghan HunterWOW Air Sale:  $69 Flights to Iceland and $99 to Mainland Europe!Million Mile Secrets Team

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With WOW Air’s latest sale, you can get discounted flights to Reykjavik, London, Brussels, and Frankfurt from 6 US Cities.

I found a round-trip ticket between Pittsburgh and Reykjavik, Iceland, for under $170!  And there are flights to other destinations in Europe for under $300!

In Iceland, the Best Time of Year to See the Northern Lights Is September Through April

WOW Air Sale

Travel dates:  September through October or December 2018 (depending on the departure city)

Restrictions:   Offer applies to the first 2,400 seats sold

Routes include:

  • One-way flights from Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, St. Louis, and Detroit for $99 to:
    • Frankfurt
    • Brussels
    • London
  • And you can book one-way flights from the same US cities to Reykjavik for $69 one-way

The return flights on these routes will be more expensive.  The cheapest return flights I saw were $99 from Reykjavik and $199 if you’re returning from the other European cities on the list.

But still, a round-trip ticket to Iceland for under $170 or mainland Europe for under $300 is a good deal.  The best prices are only available on limited dates, so hopefully, you can find something that fits your travel schedule.

Just, Remember, Watch Out for Fees!

This is a great sale.  But don’t forget that WOW Air charges fees for just about everything, including checked bags, seat selection, and even carry-on bags that go in the overhead bin.

So as always, be sure the total price is worth it.

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San Francisco to Milan or Reykjavik $129! Select your US departure city here: https://wowair.us/flights/best-fares/

Flights discounted are through October.

When reading many reviews about this airline it appears all is great if there are no problems. If there are any problems, let the buyer beware. Poor communications. No customer service. If your plane breaks down in Iceland you could be there for many days. Check out the 7000+ reviews on Trip Advisor so you know what you are getting! Not worth the risk for me:)

That’s good to know, customer service is a big part of the experience