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Norwegian: One-Way Flights from select major US Cities to Europe EXPIRED

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Norwegian is having a New Years Sale and offers One-Way Flights from select major US Cities to select European Cities from $59. Thanks alex1154

Note: Sale valid until January 4, 2018. Travel period varies by route. Offers reflect lowest available prices and are subject to availability.

Departure cities (most options):
  • New York (JFK)
  • Boston (BOS)
  • Providence/Boston (PVD)
  • Fort Lauderdale/Miami (FLL)
  • Orlando (MCO)
  • Los Angeles (LAX)
  • Oakland / San Francisco (OAK)
  • Las Vegas (LAS)
Example Destinations:
  • Copenhagen, Denmark
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Oslo, Norway
  • Paris, France
  • Stockholm, Sweden
Example deals (subject to change):
  • Depart 1/23/18 from New York (JFK) to Martinique (FDF) $59.30
    • Return 1/28/18 $119
  • Depart 1/23/18 Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Guadeloupe (PTP) $59
    • Return 1/30/18 $119.20
  • Depart 1/20/18 Providence/Boston (PVD) to Cork, Ireland (ORK) $99
    • Return 1/28/18 $130.60
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Norwegian [norwegian.com] is having a New Year Sale with One-Way Flights from select US Cities to Europe from $59

*Offers reflect lowest available prices and are subject to availability. Additional charges and baggage fees may apply. Program begins 00:01 December 26, 2017 and expires 23:59 January 4, 2018. Travel period varies by route. All rights reserved; offer can be modified or expired at any time without notice.

https://www.norwegian.com/us/new-year-sales
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The cheap one way to Europe is great for positioning for the Fall repositioning cruises from Europe to the US. The cruises are typically very cheap but it used to be expensive to get over there to cruise back.
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Good departure flight prices. Terrible return prices.
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Nothing for DC/MD/VA.
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Nice deals!
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Good departure flight prices. Terrible return prices.
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Decent prices both way from Chicago to London. Is Norwegian one of these cheesy, everything is extra airlines?
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Can I book via Chase Rewards website for the same price?
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Decent prices both way from Chicago to London. Is Norwegian one of these cheesy, everything is extra airlines?
Yes but their planes are new. I flew to Nice and besides the extra fees, I was very pleased with the airline.
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The only airports seem to be in NY. You might want to add that to the title. We're in California, so this is all but useless to us and most other states, unless you take a flight to NY first.

Oops, there are sales out of LAX, but at a much higher price. I can't imagine why anyone would want a one-way ticket.

The cheap one way to Europe is great for positioning for the Fall repositioning cruises from Europe to the US. The cruises are typically very cheap but it used to be expensive to get over there to cruise back.
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I have been trying to book LAX-ARN for a friend and for me ARN-LAX in early June since I used United miles to get there. I didn't notice any changes in price. It seems that these sales prices for specific dates so it would be a good deal if you can be flexible. One tip, if you can book Norwegian airline using their Norwegian site (https://www.norwegian.no/) you'll save a lot more paying in NOK using no foreign transaction fee credit card.
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Can I book via Chase Rewards website for the same price?
Unfortunately not, I was hoping to do the same but Chase Rewards doesn't have Norwegian as an available airline.

EDIT: apparently you can book using UR points by calling Chase
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I have been trying to book LAX-ARN for a friend and for me ARN-LAX in early June since I used United miles to get there. I didn't notice any changes in price. It seems that these sales prices for specific dates so it would be a good deal if you can be flexible. One tip, if you can book Norwegian airline using their Norwegian site (https://www.norwegian.no/) you'll save a lot more paying in NOK using no foreign transaction fee credit card.
Good tip. On my recent flight, I was wondering why OAK-OSL booking was redirected to their .com site, while the return flight got redirected to their .no site. Deal on the separate flights were found and booked via Google Flights.
FYI Norwegian flights are always 30+ minutes late, even within Europe lol
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Unfortunately not, I was hoping to do the same but Chase Rewards doesn't have Norwegian as an available airline.
Thanks Alex.
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