Save 20% on Alaska Airlines + $99 Flights to Iceland

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Fly to Iceland from $99, London from $202:

Low-cost carrier WOW Air had some seriously great prices when they started selling tickets for their soon-to-launch service from US destinations Boston and Washington DC (actually BWI) to Reykjavik, Iceland.  If you don’t want to go to Iceland (and what is wrong with you?), they do sell flights that continue on to London so you can explore Europe for a pretty low cost.

They are again selling tickets for $99 (all-in, one-way), but this time the $99 fares aren’t to London, but just to Reykjavik from Boston and BWI.  Flights to London go for starting around $200.

Cheap Wow Flights

Wow is a low-cost carrier, so be ready to pay extra for everything from larger carry-ons, to checked bags, to seat assignments, etc.  However, if you don’t care what your seat is and can pack (very) light for your trip, then you really can get from the US to Iceland for less than $100 USD!

Thanks to The Points Guy for sharing info that these $99 fares had returned.

Save 20% on Alaska Airlines Flights:

If you have plans to fly Alaska Airlines between January 21 – May 13, 2015, you can potentially save 10% – 20% using discount code FUELSAVINGS.  You will save 20% when you travel on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, or 10% for travel Thursdays through Mondays.  There are some restrictions and blackout dates as travel is valid January 21 – February 11, February 23 – March 11, and April 14 – May 13, 2015, and is valid on discounted coach base fare levels booked in L, V, K, G, T, or R class between any Alaska Airlines cities, excluding Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

Alaska Promo CodeHappy flight shopping…or just flight daydreaming!

Comments

  1. Does the Alaska discount work with the companion ticket that comes with their credit card? I’ve got a trip to the big island in the works and 2 ppl for <$500 sure beats any mileage redemption.

  2. I keep tinkering with flights SMF to OGG in late March, and not coming up with this 20% discount. V fares, should be elegible. Weird.

  3. Oh I see. You have to look for the squiggle symbol. It’s not just days with certain fare classes, it’s days when they are discounted. So in March there are only 4 days like that.

  4. WOWair seems to be the real deal. I purchased a Boston – Iceland roundtrip for May, with exit row and airport transfers, for $371.

    Limiting carry-on weight to 5kg will be an interesting challenge, but if necessary you can pay extra to allow more weight or check a bag.

    Everyone says that Iceland is fantastic, and this is the least expensive way to get there that I’ve ever seen.

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