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Seattle to Reykjavik Iceland RT non stop tickets in Iceland Air for $522

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Iceland Air offers Economy fares on RT non stop flights from Seattle (SEA) to Reykjavik (KEF) , Iceland for limited travel in August and October month - 2019

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Depart SEA Aug 3, 7, 14, 17, 19, 21, 24 - Depart KEF 9, 13, 20, 23, 25, 27, 30

Depart SEA Oct 5, 9, 12, 14, 16 - Depart KEF Oct 11, 15, 18, 20, 22

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Iceland is expensive, be prepared to pay a lot for everything. It's a beautiful place to visit, rugged. I recommend it, but don't think cheap airfare means a cheap trip.
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Everything within Iceland is super expensive. At least WOW air used to take the burden off the air tickets by offering $99 each way tickets. But now that that's gone too, Iceland may only be a destination for the elites LMAO
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There's some discussion about Iceland in the trave deals forum if anyone wants to see
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Just got back from a short stay for Memorial Day weekend. It may just be the fact that I got really lucky in terms of the weather, but I thought it was an incredible destination. Even as someone who normally doesn't pay much attention to natural beauty, I was captivated by the alien landscapes of the country, which change dramatically as you tour around. There are verdant fields, black sand beaches, sheer cliffs, snow capped mountains, and plenty of waterfalls. I strongly recommend dedicating a day or two to renting a car and driving around the Snaefellsnes Penninsula. Just drive cautiously. And, as others have already said, everything is super expensive. Be prepared to shell out $7 for a (very fine) cup of coffee or $75 for a tank of gas.
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Dang after paying $280 RT for flights from LAX this is insane to me.

$350 is probably a good price point but 500+ No way.
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Dang after paying $280 RT for flights from LAX this is insane to me.

$350 is probably a good price point but 500+ No way.
I think I've seen RT tickets on Iceland Air to Europe with a Reykjavik stopover around that price when shopping before.
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I went last fall and fuel was about $8/gal OMG

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Everything within Iceland is super expensive. At least WOW air used to take the burden off the air tickets by offering $99 each way tickets. But now that that's gone too, Iceland may only be a destination for the elites LMAO
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I think I've seen RT tickets on Iceland Air to Europe with a Reykjavik stopover around that price when shopping before.
Probably when WOW was in business and there was competition.
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A sandwich at a grocery store can cost more than $10, while a single teabag (with "free" hot water) can run you $4. A meal for two at a casual restaurant regularly costs $80 to $100 while a beer at a pub downtown goes for about $12 during regular hours. Since Iceland nearly tickles the Arctic Circle, its climate is not conducive to farming. There are few native crops and the growing season is short. The rest of that food was imported. The cost of importing those products—usually from the UK, Germany, the U.S., and Norway—gets passed on to the consumer.The same goes for most other goods. Hence consumer prices in Iceland are on average 66 percent higher than in Europe. During WOW air operational period, tourist traffic increased 61% and so the tourism revenue for hotels where as after the collapse of WOW air, tourist traffic visiting Iceland fell down by 25% . But still Iceland is worth visiting for the money especially for the geography and nature.
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