$99 Fares to Iceland!

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The Iceland based airline WOW Air just announced $99 one-fares from the US to Reykjavik, Iceland! These fares are available for flights October 5 through December 14, 2015 and January 11, through March 14, 2016. These incredibly low fares most likely won’t last so if Iceland has been on your radar I highly suggest looking into it. The US hubs include Boston and Baltimore and unfortunately you aren’t able to get connecting flights to other US cities. But if you can drive or find a cheap flight to one of these two airports, then it could definitely be worth it!

Screen Shot 2015-09-16 at 2.20.04 PMWhile it looks like almost every Monday has the $99 fares from Boston to Iceland, the return trip doesn’t have as inexpensive fares available. The cheapest I am finding is $164 for the return flight, which is still good, but not as low as what is being advertised. From Baltimore it looks like the $99 fares are available Monday and Friday (although many other days of the week are only $26 more!). For the return to Baltimore the cheapest fare I am seeing is $134. While Baltimore flights look slightly more expensive, the cheap fares to/from Baltimore seem to be available in 2015 and not as much in 2016.

I personally flew WOW Air to Iceland just a few weeks ago and wrote about my experience here. I highly recommend a visit to Iceland and my experience on WOW Air was perfect. It is a simple 5 hour flight and got me where I needed to go. While baggage is extra, if you can pack light you won’t be paying any additional cost. Overall, a great experience and I highly recommend checking out this fare sale.

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