Make a Speculative Booking! $350+ Fares to Europe

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Update: This is dying if not already dead. Try this link to get past the home page if you’re getting an error message.

The Flight Deal has a great post about flights to Europe starting at $343 roundtrip through March. This is possible because the Norwegian booking site, is not including fuel surcharges.

That also means there’s a good chance this deal will not be honored, which is why you should follow their instructions not to book hotels or anything non-cancellable until you get a ticket number (different than a confirmation number).

If this is the first mistake deal/fare for any of our readers, here’s some additional notes:

  • Book immediately! This has been highly publicized already, so literally at any minute it could get pulled.
  • You should book any trips you might want to take because Wideroe allows penalty free cancellations within 24 hours. So book now for you and your friends and family and cancel once you have a chance to talk to them.
  • You cannot lose your money. If the ticket is cancelled, the website will give you a full refund.

Consider this as a great opportunity to try experiment with an international weekend trip to see how you do! At only $362 to Dublin, I have a trip for just a night to see if I like the city enough to come back. It’s more miles and cheaper than a trip out to the West Coast. 🙂

Or plan it for Martin Luther King (Jan 18-20) or President’s Day (Feb 15-17) weekends to buy yourself a day or too more. At these prices, it will probably be cheaper than a domestic getaway.


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