Wait a second: London and Iceland for under $350 round trip?
By now you’re skeptical, looking for the great big catch, and other than the fact that you’d need to pay for a checked bag – there isn’t one. That’s right – you can now jet off to the land of Royal Weddings, endless tea, quaint villages and pints galore, with a free stopover in Iceland (if you like) for just $350 round trip and up. London’s calling – will you pick up?
The Flight Deal
Icelandair is out with fantastic offers to London from cities all over the USA. Despite the price, these offers bring a lot of bang for your buck, with free seating assignment, meals, drinks and a stopover up to three days long in Iceland, if you’d like. This is an incredible way to pack a big carry on, grab a backpack and fly to Reykjavik to check out the glaciers and natural beauty, before jetting off to the exciting bustle of London. Of course if you’d prefer to jus fly on, you’ll be in London in a matter of hours. You can stopover in Iceland on the way there, the way back or both for no additional airfare. Trust us when we say, Iceland is worth a stop.
The Deal Dates
These deals are available in September, October, November and December of 2018, putting you in Iceland in perfect time for a Northern Lights display, and in London for quintessential fall weather, and some Premier League action for any sports fans. These deals are available for departures on Mondays or Tuesdays, though some dates may be offered on Sunday or Wednesday as well.
How To Book
Think about the feeling of a cool pint in a beautiful London pub. Doest that make you think of booking a flight deal? We’ve made super easy to use Google Flights links, which take you directly to the best flight deals from each city, like: $337 from New York, $372 from Seattle, $406 from Boston, $425 from Washington DC, $443 from Chicago and $464 from San Francisco. If you’d like to book a multi city trip, with the Iceland stop, find out more here. Here’s a multi city example, just as inspiration. Oh and while we’re at it, here are the best afternoon teas in London.
Gotta love that lagoon
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