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You can blame the countless Scandinavian TV crime dramas, or the photos you keep seeing of these ridiculously beautiful mountains-but either way, you’re going to Norway. Norway is one of the greatest destination on earth, which so much to offer in food, culture, natural beauty (and Northern Lights) and with these sub $500 deals, you now have no reason not to go!

The Super Economy Deals…

Delta/KLM are offering some of the best deals of the year to Bergen, Norway. It’s the perfect jumping off spot for a Northern Lights trip, or perhaps just some nordic sightseeing. After all, the fjords are completely mesmerizing. In the deal, you can depart a ton of major US gateways, including New York, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami and Chicago for $426 round trip. And remember, these deals include a checked bag, seat assignment and all the good stuff. Even a meal!

The Dates You Can Jet Off…

These deals are widely available from any of the cities mentioned from January-April, though a few scattered dates outside of that range do exist. Searching for these deals is EASY. Just use our Google Flights links for New York, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami to find dates at the prices mentioned.

How To Book This Deal…

This deal is EASY to book. Simply price up an itinerary using the Google Flights links above, and then follow the links from Google Flights to booking. These deals can be booked direct, ensuring the best customer service experience. Enjoy Norway, send pics! Oh, and good luck with the Northern Lights. In case you might find a guide to finding them helpful, you can check one out here

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