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WOW Air Is Having A Huge Sale: 40% Off On Select Flights

Who's ready for a getaway?!

If you’ve always wanted to take an international trip, it just might be the time! From now through Aug. 27, you can save 40 percent off select flights when you book with Wow Air and use the code WOWSALE. While the fares are valid for travel from Aug. 27 through Dec. 15, you must book your tickets by Aug. 27.

Roundtrip airfare starts at just $153 and you can find departing flights all over the U.S., including Dallas-Forth Worth; San Fransisco; Chicago; Detroit; St. Louis; Pittsburgh; Washington, D.C; Newark and New York City.

It is important to note, however, that WOW Air charges extra for carry-on bags, checked bags, meals, and seat assignments when you book the lowest class. But you’ll still be getting your flight for a pretty good deal!

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So, where can your travels take you with your 40 percent off tickets? WOW Air is based in Iceland, but serves 37 destinations across Europe, North America and Asia. This particular deal is primarily headed to European locations. From Reykjavik, Iceland to Paris, Amsterdam and Dublin, there are plenty of places you can go!

AirfareWatchDog.org took a look at some of the best deals. Check them out and start planning your trip:

  • Boston, Detroit, Newark, Pittsburg, Baltimore, Cleveland, Chicago, San Francisco, St. Louis, Los Angeles and Dallas to Reykjavik, Iceland — $153 to $195
  • Boston, New York or Baltimore to Dublin, Ireland — $228 to $286
  • Boston, Detroit or Los Angeles to Amsterdam — $233 to $281
  • Baltimore or New York to Paris — $243 to $272
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Will you be booking a flight through WOW Air and traveling somewhere you’ve always wanted to go?

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