Black Friday: $99 one-way flights to Europe

Posted: 21 November 2017 2:56 pm

$99 flights to Europe take off for Black Friday

Cheap travel deals are ready for takeoff! WOW air will take you from the United States, via Iceland, to Europe.

WOW air’s Black Friday deal, dubbed its Purple Friday Sale as a tribute to the airline’s flagship color, is booking $99 one-way flights from several US cities to destinations across Europe, all with a stop in Reykjavik.

If you take this deal, you’ll be able to board your flight in Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Pittsburgh or Washington DC and end up in Reykjavik, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris, Dublin, Frankfurt, London, Copenhagen or Brussels.

The Icelandic low-cost carrier’s Purple Friday Sale also has $130 one-way fares departing Miami, Los Angeles and San Francisco to the ideally located European cities of London, Amsterdam, Dublin and Brussels.

The Black Friday-focused deal began Monday and is valid for deals this week or for trips as late as next fall.

European budget airline Ryanair is having a week-long Black Friday Sale, providing US visitors ongoing travel options once they’ve arrived in Europe. You can transfer at either London Stansted or London Gatwick and fly to Spain, Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Austria, Luxembourg, Bulgaria, Latvia, Romania, Montenegro, and many other destinations from just $6.50 one-way.

Ryanair is promoting new deals every day for travel itineraries between December 2017 and June 2018.

In its 2017 Holiday Outlook, PricewaterhouseCoopers estimates that the average holiday shopper will spend $336 on travel expenses. But who would have thought that could get you to Europe to visit family or enjoy a vacation?

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