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One of the best vacations I’ve taken was a trip to Iceland. I flew WOW Air, and since I did my homework and did extensive research, I knew what to expect, and was surprised that I had a great WOW experience. There is currently a WOW Air sale. If visiting Iceland has been on your bucket list, check out the sale and see if it works for you.

(H/T to Milenerd for sharing this deal)

Image courtesy of WOW Air

What’s the deal

  • Valid on select WOW Air flights to Iceland (Reykjavik – use KEF airport)
  • 30% off airfare (not taxes and service fees)
  • Use promo code WOWSALE
  • Book before 23:59 (GMT), April 15th, 2018
  • Travel Dates:
    • April 12th – June 12th, 2018
    • August 20th – October 20th, 2018.
  • Details about the promo, click here

Fare sample from Boston to Reykjavik roundtrip


Fare sample fro LA to Reykjavik roundtrip

My WOW Tips

  • Research, research, research – do your homework – I was extremely prepared and knew what I could bring onboard without getting charged extra
  • Don’t expect a premier airline, manage your expectations
  • Create a MyWOW account for free and you could find lower fares
  • Know that the different price points offer various selections, so choose accordingly

Image courtesy of WOW Air

If your schedule is flexible, you might be able to find a better deal by checking other dates. WOW is known to publish fares in the $99 price range. One thing I told many of my friends, I flew WOW Air from LA to Iceland for $99 one-way. That was an amazing fare that got me to Europe. I knew what to expect and I couldn’t complain. Heck, I was able to get to Europe for $99. My WOW flights were never late, the crew was pleasant and helpful, and the pizza slice I bought onboard wasn’t that expensive (under $10), I could live with that.

Have you flown WOW? What was your experience? I know I’d be willing to fly WOW again, how about you?

Inside WOW Air Basic Economy


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