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$260 Roundtrip to Israel (TLV) from select US cities (EWR/PIT/ORD/BWI/BOS); +$100 for SFO

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WOW Air has fares to Tel-Aviv, Israel (TLV) on sale from $259 USD from Boston (BOS), New York (EWR), Baltimore (BWI), Pittsburgh (PIT) and Chicago (ORD) as well as from Toronto (YYZ) and Montreal (YUL).

Select dates September 2017 through March 2018 - see the source/credit below for specific dates.

This is a low cost carrier and baggage fees will apply.

Must book as separate one-ways to get this pricing. So, use the Google Flight search to find the dates that work and then book the outbound first (for example: EWR-TLV) and then the return second (for example: TLV-EWR).

Also, there's a trick to book these in the source/credit below if you need to depart from Toronto or Montreal.​

Depart from:
Boston (BOS), New York (EWR), Baltimore (BWI), Pittsburgh (PIT) and Chicago (ORD).

San Francisco (SFO) available for $100 more

Travel to:
Tel Aviv, Israel (TLV)

Use Google Flights to search or the source/credit below for specific availability:

Boston [google.com]
New York (Newark) [google.com]
Baltimore [google.com]
Pittsburgh [google.com]
Chicago [google.com]
Toronto [google.com]
Montreal [google.com]
San Francisco (+$100) [google.com]


Sidenote:
Yes it's a controversial destination but for the sake of those that want to go, let's leave the politics out of this one. Also, yes it's safe.
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Last Edited by serra September 14, 2017 at 07:30 PM
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Use dates and book it on Expedia [expedia.com]. Bundling hotel with your airfare will save money!!

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Very safe and Tel Aviv is a beautiful city with amazing women, great beer and night life, Mediterranean cuisine.... I want to go back
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Have been to Israel at least 30 times. You meet the whole world in Jerusalem. Go. You'l have a wonderful and inspiring experience.
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I want to go for Tel Aviv Pride parade.
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PSA: if you're a large or tall person, there is a chance WOW Air will make you pay for an additional seat when you check in. I was forced t pay several hundred dollars at check-in. I'm 6'4 and 207 pounds. They said I was too BIG. I asked them why they didn't charge me when I flew to Europe. They said the check-in agent didn't follow their rule. Since I had to get home to the US, I had no choice but to submit to their extortion.

Ok.. 6'4" and 207 pounds. I'm overweight, but I certain don't intrude into the seat of the person sitting to me.(even on a tight United Airlines 777 with 10-abreast seating)

Anyway, when I got home, I disputed the charge with AmEx and the airline eventually backed down after several months. (sending the story to my local NBC affiliate station also helped, after they call the airline to ask for comment)
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Can I book WOW seats with Chase UR?
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This is an amazing deal, prices usually are like $800 and up even with a stopover in places like Ukraine or Russia. How good is this airline?
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Can I book WOW seats with Chase UR?
If you can't see it through the UR portal, you would need to call chase and they should be able to do it for you. Great idea though!
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Great Price!!

Never heard of WOW airlines and doesn't look like they are at any airports within driving distance for me.

Nothing more controversial about Israel than most other countries.
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***this is a separate ticket purchase***

WOW Air has round trip airfares travelling from Boston (BOS) or Washington DC / Balitmore (BWI) for a total of $256 if you purchase two separate one-way tickets. The fare from BOS or BWI to TLV is $139 and the return fare (separately) is $119. If purchase together, it would be $530. This makes 1 stop in Iceland and possibly up to 11 hours (two trips in one!). Don't forget, WOW Air prices doesn't include a seat assignment or carry on bags. Those are extra so review their optional fees before booking.

Travel Availability:

Departs BOS: Oct 24, 26; Nov 3, 7, 12, 14, 28; Dec 3, 5, 8, 10
Departs TLV: Oct 28, 31; Nov 2, 9, 21, 28, 30; Dec 3, 5, 7, 10

Departs BWI: Novr 7, 12, 14, 28; Dec 8, 10
Departs TLV: Nov 16, 21, 23, December 5, 7, 10, 14

You may use the dates and book it on Expedia [expedia.com] or WOW Air [wowair.us] directly. But be sure to open two windows and select one-ways for two separate purchases.

link to recent travel deals

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