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Are you going to San-Fran-Ciscooooo? Or perhaps London? Even if you hadn’t thought about it, why not? For less than 260 pounds or 315 bucks you can hop aboard a brand new state of the art plane with lighting designed to help you sleep (or at least be amused with the colors) and head somewhere exciting in the New Year. This is an amazing deal, it won’t last, and if you could use a little West Coast love or some European culture, jump on it!

The Amazing Transatlantic Deal…

Norwegian Airlines continues to offer exciting fares, charging about half (or less) of what everyone else is offering for these routes. You can fly non stop direct between Stockholm, London and Oakland or vice versa aboard a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, one of the newest and coolest planes in the sky. For the same price or less, you can also connect on to or from Berlin, Helsinki or Copenhagen to check out some winter markets.

The Dates You Can Book (And Fast)…

This fare is available in January or February (and perhaps into March) for 2017 by entering your starting city such as (LON) and destination, which is (OAK). If you have anyone you’ve taken off your holiday shopping list, you can take that money and plan a spontaneous trip. It also works if you will be receiving a nice holiday bonus. However you plan to finance your Love Actually esque last minute holiday trip, you should get your dates squared away quickly. These fare usually disappear within 48 hours. Before you go, be sure to catch a great trick below…

How To Book And Save A Few Extra Bucks With An Easy Trick…

If you book on the US or UK version of the Norwegian Airlines site, you’ll be able to read just fine and book for $£252 or $318 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 the top right of the page as your location. You’ll pay in NOK and to make sure you’re getting the right deal, before you book, after selecting the cheapest options you can find, google NOK to USD or GBP, you’ll see the savings and the price you’re paying.

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