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I’m not sure there’s been a time in history when you could say your lunch may end up costing more than your plane ticket to Europe. We’ve seen tons of low fares recently, but $69 one way to Europe? Come on! It can’t be real, but somehow it is and if you’ve been eyeing a Euro trip, this one is hard to pass up…

The Ridiculous Economy Deal…

Catch the Northern Lights? A Premier League game? Just some fun? WOW Air are offering perhaps their most ridiculous deal yet, and that’s really saying something. If you can travel with just a personal item you can jet off to Europe on the SUPER cheap, just $69 one way. Even if you need all the bells and whistles, like checked bag, carry on and a seat assignment, you can make the Euro dream happen for just $186. In the sale you can depart from Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco, Miami or New York to destinations like London, Berlin, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Frankfurt or Edinburgh.

The Dates You Can Jet Off To EUROPE On The Cheap…

WOW Air makes this part so easy. In general these prices are available from now until the end of May, though you may find dates in other months. The WOW Air site shows you entire calendar months of prices, so you’ll be able to find what you need easily.

How To Book These Deals… And Which DEAL To Book…

Booking is incredibly easy. Go to the WOW Air site, click the deal that appeals to you (they show them all on the front page) and then they’ll help you find dates. That just leaves the hard part: which deal to book. For $69 you’re getting truly bare bones and really won’t be able to bring anything meaningful. For $186 you’d be getting a fully traditional airline experience with carry on, checked bag, seat, all that stuff. You can grab the $69 fare and then just pay $40 for a carry on if you want something in between. Here’s a great write up of the experience

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