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San Francisco to Oslo $310 RT Airfare with Iceland Stopover on Icelandair (Limited Dates Oct-Dec)

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Icelandair, a low-cost Icelandic air carrier have round trip airfares travelling from San Francisco (SFO) to Oslo Norway (OSL) for $310, making 1 stop in Iceland. A longer stayover in Iceland is an option at no additional charge. Your airfare includes a carry-on bag.

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Departs SFO: Oct 10, 17, 31; Nov 28; Dec 5
Returns: Oct 17, 24; Nov 7; Dec 5, 12

Use dates and book it on Expedia [expedia.com]. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money. Or check Hotwire's Hot Rates [hotwire.com] hotels.

Icelandair's baggage information [icelandair.com]. Learn more about the Icelandair Stopover program [icelandair.com]

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Better place?
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Two of the only locations where the cheapest drinks and food will be on the plane.
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Two of the only locations where the cheapest drinks and food will be on the plane.
Isn't that true! I just got back from Iceland and the cheapest beers are no less than $10 and at a nice brewery they were $16.
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I don't see an online mechanism for extending the layover in Iceland. Can you explain how to do that?
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Iceland only has low cost carriers like Icelandiar and Wow air?
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I don't see an online mechanism for extending the layover in Iceland. Can you explain how to do that?
Multi city trip
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No, that doesn't do it on Expedia, at the prices stated by the OP. I have found that using the free layover option on the icelandic site works, however.
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Two sandwiches in Iceland for $50 lol. Was most expensive trip I've ever taken...
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How do you change the layover stop dates in Iceland on Expedia?
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Two sandwiches in Iceland for $50 lol. Was most expensive trip I've ever taken...
Is it mostly food that's expensive? Or are hotels just as bad? Also, what season seems to be the best to visit?
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Is it mostly food that's expensive? Or are hotels just as bad? Also, what season seems to be the best to visit?
Our hotel and flight was under $1000 total for two people. Wasn't the best hotel in the world but it was ok. We stayed at Hotel Island. All of the attractions, gas and food while we were there were expensive. We went in March
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Two sandwiches in Iceland for $50 lol. Was most expensive trip I've ever taken...
True.. mine was a stopover from Ireland and a small burrito and coke is like $19usd.. crazy prize
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