WOW Air selling flights to Europe for $99 for Black Friday


WOW Air could fly you to Europe for as low as $99.

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If Black Friday sales on electronics don’t excite you, maybe a cheap flight abroad will. 

Wow Air is offering discounted one-way flights from airports in Boston, Chicago and Pittsburgh to destinations like Amsterdam, London, Dublin and Reykjavik, Iceland.

The catch? The select discounted flights are for dates between December and May, so you’ll have to act fast.

WOW Air, founded in 2011, is an Iceland-based company that connects Iceland to North America, Europe and Asia. The airline aims to provide “the cheapest flights to and from Iceland and across the Atlantic while providing a memorable service all the way,” according to their website.

“WOW air is happy to provide some early holiday cheer to travelers in many of our U.S. destinations,” WOW Air founder and CEO Skúli Mogensen said in a statement. “We hope to make international travel more accessible for travel enthusiasts during the holiday season and beyond.”

But before you get too excited, don’t expect to make it all the way to Europe and back for $99. You’ll still have to book a flight back to one of the U.S. airports and account for fees for checked luggage and carry-ons.

Plus, there were only about 1,200 tickets when the deal began, so act fast to score this amazing deal and get your European adventure started.

Brianna Chambers contributed to this report.


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