WOW air Flights to Iceland from $99 one way

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Get to Iceland for cheap with this WOW air promotion of flights from $99 one way. Usually, these promotional fares are pretty limited, but this time around WOW air is including more US departure cities in the promotion.

Visit WOW air’s website to view the available options for flight deals to Iceland. This promotion applies to flights from selected departure cities seen in the table below to Reykjavik, Iceland within specified travel dates.  Best prices available with this promotion are from October through March and vary by city.

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Promotion availability for WOW air flights from $99.

 

Keep in mind that most of the fares on sale are the WOW air basic fare, which does not include a carry-on or advance seat assignment. WOW air basic fare only includes your flight ticket and a personal item. Seat assignment and bags can be purchased at an additional cost. There is no published date on which this promotion will end, so book now on WOW air’s website.

 

Example Departure and Destination Cities:

Flights to Iceland are available through this promotion from: Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, New York, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Detroit, Dallas, Los Angeles, and Orlando. Date availability will vary by city. Search for the cheapest flight dates for departure and return on WOW air’s website.

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Estimated WOW air flight price averages over the next year from Boston.

 

Bottom Line 

If you’re looking for a cheap way to get to Iceland or Europe on a budget, WOW air is a decent option. It’s definitely a budget airline, but if you’re packing light and care about a low price tag rather than flight comfort, book one of these cheap fares and get yourself to Iceland. At as low as $199 roundtrip, this price is hard to beat.

 

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