Some deals just make your jaw drop don’t they?! Flying from Europe to San Francisco or Los Angeles, arguably two of the best cities in American is just bonkers. It’s crazy, it’s amazing, and it can truly be yours. Grab your passport, (maybe forget the laptop ; ) and grab your suitcase, California is calling, for less than a boring trip somewhere else for far more!

The Ridiculous Economy Deals…

Norwegian Airlines, which we recently tested out and found to be fantastic value, is offering almost comically low fares from Stockholm to Los Angeles or San Francisco (Oakland Airport). For a deal this good, it’s totally worth using airline miles or a cheap ticket to make your way to Stockholm to grab the deal. If you book on the Norwegian version-of the Norwegian Airlines website, you can even grab this deal for less, locking in a checked bag for the same price. Nice, right?! Let’s continue…

The Dates You Can Jet Off On The Cheap…

This deal is widely available from September through to February. To get this price with ease, you’ll do best to find a Monday or Friday departure. That’s when most of the £228 ($295) fares can be found. Here’s an example from Google Flights, but don’t forget to scroll down for a tip to save a little extra $$$$ on your ticket.

How To Find And Book These Deals While They Last…

These deals are available directly with Norwegian Airlines, on their website. Simply head over there, enter OAK for Oakland (San Francisco), which is just a 20 minute drive to downtown San Francisco, or LAX for Los Angeles, and ARN, Stockholm for your departure. 

How To Save An Extra Few Bucks…

If you price these up on the US or UK version of the Norwegian Airlines site, you’ll be able to read just fine and book for £228 or $295 round trip, but that’ll mean you’re overpaying. If you have a credit card that doesn’t charge foreign transaction fees, the best way to book these flights is to use the Norwegian version of the Norwegian Airlines site. It’s easy, just select Norway on their page as your location. You’ll pay in NOK and to make sure you’re getting the right price, google NOK to USD or GBP, you’ll see the savings and the price you’re paying…