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Over the past couple of days, there have been reports of some pretty amazing fares from Los Angeles to Stockholm Sweden on Star Alliance carrier SAS.

This is an 11 hour flight, and that makes a pretty good deal.  While originally I was thinking this was a mistake fare, I’ve seen some reports that this is actually an intentionally published fare to promote their new service between Los Angeles and Stockholm.

While the $48 deals are apparently gone, there are still dates available for $88 between Los Angeles and Sweden in March and April


If you want a roundtrip, I saw it as low as $400.  Or you could use miles to come back – as long as you book before March 22nd, it’s still off-peak season to Europe, so it would only require 20,000 American miles.

If $88 is still too much for you to pay to go to Sweden, you can get 2 roundtrip tickets for free (if you buy a Volvo) – SEE: How to get a free trip to Sweden 

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