Kids Fly (Almost) Free to Scandinavia When You Book by December 10th

SAS Kids Fly Free

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Is a family trip to Scandinavia on your bucket list? Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is offering basically free airline tickets for up to eight kids when you buy an adult ticket before Dec. 10, 2018. You must travel between Jan. 8 and April 2nd, 2019. 

Get tickets for any children (under 12 years old), and pay only the taxes and fees for their airfare. Depending on the destination, this can total up to about $60 to $90 round-trip.

 

 

What U.S. Cities Does SAS Fly From? 

SAS has seven U.S. gateways which are listed as follows.

  • New York
  • Boston
  • Washington D.C.
  • Miami
  • Chicago
  • San Francisco
  • Los Angeles.

This promotion will work for any SAS destination in Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden from any of the departure cities listed above. If any of these locations are on your bucket list, now might be the time to pull the trigger as the savings can be massive.

 

How to Book this Promo

Taking advantage of this deal should be incredibly easy. You can book directly through the SAS website. In the example below, I searched from Newark (EWR) to Gothenburg, Sweden (GOT).

As you can see, the two children I added on the itinerary will only cost $85.46. As mentioned above, the taxes and fees will differ based on your destination.

 

 

Bottom Line

The only catch with this promo is you need to book by Monday, Dec. 10, 2019 for travel between Jan. 8 and April 2nd, 2019. If family travel and Scandinavia are on your bucket list, this is a great opportunity to save hundreds of dollars while seeing the world with your kids.

 

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H/T: Smarter Travel
Lead Photo (CC BY 2.0):  Paul Nelhams

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