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Icelandair offers Roundtrip Flights from Seattle (SEA) to London (LGW) for select dates starting from $312 for travel from November to December, 2018. Book trip on Priceline. Thanks serra

Note, there is one stop for this flight in Reykjavik, Iceland (KEF). For hotels, check Hotwire's Hot Rates.

Travel availability (subject to change)
  • Departs SEA: Nov 12, 23, 25; Dec 2, 7, 9
  • Returns: Nov 19, 22, 28, 30; Dec 2, 3, 9, 10, 14, 16
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For more info on baggage fees, check Icelandair. -qwikwit

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Icelandair has round trip airfares travelling from Seattle (SEA) to London (LGW) for $312 including taxes and fees. This makes a stop in Reykjavik Iceland (KEF). Icelandair allows a stopover in Iceland for up to 7 days so this makes two-trips-one deal and pretty fantastic too.

**note: although Iceandair is a low-cost carrier, this airline will allow free seating assignment and one checked bag. See site for information on size and weight.

Departs SEA: Nov 12, 23, 25; Dec 2, 7, 9
Returns: Nov 19, 22, 28, 30; Dec 2, 3, 9, 10, 14, 16

Use above dates and book it on Priceline [priceline.com]. For hotels, check Hotwire's Hot Rates [hotwire.com]. If you are choosing to stay in Iceland longer than the regular stopover, use the multi-destination search function and search for each leg. Play around with dates that are within the time frame I posted above.

Icelandair's Website [icelandair.us]

http://www.priceline.com/
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If you get an offer to "ClassUp" your trip, go for it.

They send an email out to some closer to the flight departure with an opportunity to bid on an upgrade to first class. You only pay if the but is accepted. The rate is variable depending on your airport, but from EWR to KEF (and also the route home), it was a minimum $225 per passenger.

I put in the minimum bid just for the route home ( slept the whole way there), and we got accepted. Absolutely worth it. The Saga Longe is pretty nice, mostly standard offerings. The cost of the food, snacks, and alcohol before we got on the plane with the food and alcohol we had on the plane (compared to what we would've had to pay for food anyway) definitely made it a good deal.

And at over 6' tall, the legroom was a huge plus.
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Nov 12 - 22 showing 489 for me.
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Great post. I found 350 round trip for my dates. Still smoking deal
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Should be nice and sunny then!
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If you get an offer to "ClassUp" your trip, go for it.

They send an email out to some closer to the flight departure with an opportunity to bid on an upgrade to first class. You only pay if the but is accepted. The rate is variable depending on your airport, but from EWR to KEF (and also the route home), it was a minimum $225 per passenger.

I put in the minimum bid just for the route home ( slept the whole way there), and we got accepted. Absolutely worth it. The Saga Longe is pretty nice, mostly standard offerings. The cost of the food, snacks, and alcohol before we got on the plane with the food and alcohol we had on the plane (compared to what we would've had to pay for food anyway) definitely made it a good deal.

And at over 6' tall, the legroom was a huge plus.
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Thanks for the post. That's an awesome deal. How do you set up the 7 day layover in Iceland? It seems to only give me the option for a 1hr layover in Reykjavik.
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Should be nice and sunny then!
Yes...in the high 20's hehe
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Too bad no October dates I'd love to get cheap flights to the Hawks game.
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Yes...in the high 20's hehe
C or F Smilie

I guess either is pretty bad (depending on whether or not you like cold or hot)
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C or F Smilie

I guess either is pretty bad (depending on whether or not you like cold or hot)
Its fricking freezing there from Nov to like almost may....i guess thats why its cheap
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Thanks for the post. That's an awesome deal. How do you set up the 7 day layover in Iceland? It seems to only give me the option for a 1hr layover in Reykjavik.
You probably have to book directly with IcelandAir (which may not have this price). The priceline tickets may not provide that option. Only 3 day stopover if you go with the cheapest tickets.

It's a good price, but there are horror stories out there about getting stuck in the Rejkjavik airport, where amenities are lacking. Be prepared for an adventure & to be flexible.
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Thanks for the post. That's an awesome deal. How do you set up the 7 day layover in Iceland? It seems to only give me the option for a 1hr layover in Reykjavik.
Unsure on how the 3rd party travel agents do it, but when you book directly with them, you book it as two separate one way tickets. If that is the case with sites like priceline also, then this deal probably won't work, but I haven't tried yet.
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Best I can find is $389 for different combinations of dates before taxes. Still a pretty good deal, gonna have to do some research before pulling the trigger. . .
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That's their regular Europe winter sale price from US, why it's on FP?
Icelandair is one of the worst airlines for travel, it's basically a low-cost carrier.They will charge you for everything extra, old planes filled with passengers like sardine cans, horrible customer service...
At least read the small print of their sales before you commit - you will end up with much higher ticket price.
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