Two bucket list trips for less than $400 bucks?
What if we told you that for $350 bucks, you could check out Iceland for a couple days, then head on to Dublin, Ireland for as long as you want – completing the perfect 2 for 1 euro trip? Well, it’s true. Icelandair is out with an incredible flight deal to Dublin, and if you’d like, you can stop in Iceland for up to three nights for the exact same price, either direction, neither direction or both!
Icelandair offers some of the best value for money for flights to Europe these days. For the low price of $350, you still get a free seating assignment, a 22 pound carry on allowance, meal and drinks. You can’t beat that. You don’t get a massive checked bag, but if you follow these packing tips – you’ll find that going carry on only is a breeze. In addition to a pretty traditional on board experience, Icelandair allows free stopovers for up to three days on these tickets. Translation: all Icelandair flights fly to Dublin via Iceland, so if you want, you can stay in Iceland for up to three days, rather than just connecting on. If you don’t want to, it’s just a quick layover and you’re off to Ireland.
These deals are available from September 2018 thru April 2019, giving a great variety of dates. Each city will offer slightly different availability, but we’ve made super easy to use Google Flights links just for you, taking you right to the best deals. You’ll generally do best if you can leave the U.S. between Sunday and Wednesday.
These are really exciting deals. How many people can find the time or resources to see both Iceland and Dublin in one trip, for just $350 in flights? That’s seriously good. Here are the best round trip deals to Dublin, like: $352 from Washington DC, $362 from Boston, $369 from New York, $400 from Seattle and $452 from Chicago. To build in a free stopover in Iceland, simply change to a multi city booking on Google Flights, like this example. You can also check out the Icelandair Stopover website, which can help you book too.
Are you going to Dublin? And maybe Iceland, too?
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