Flights to Europe have been shockingly expensive this summer—but there’s some good news if you still have your heart set on a trip abroad.
In honor of Independence Day, low-cost Icelandic airline PLAY is offering 35 percent off of select round-trip flights between the United States and Europe.
Fares are valid from four airports in the US:
- Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
- Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)
- New York Stewart International Airport (SWF)
- Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)
What Destinations Are Included in the Sale?
The sale includes flights to Iceland, Copenhagen, London, Dublin, Amsterdam, Glasgow, Düsseldorf, and Hamburg.
How to Book
The sale is valid on flights booked July 3 through July 7 at midnight Eastern Time for travel between September 1 to December 15 (for flights to Iceland, Copenhagen, London, Dublin, and Amsterdam) and September 1 to October 31 (for flights booked to Glasgow, Düsseldorf, and Hamburg.)
To get the discounted fares, book on Play’s website and use promo code: PLAY4JULY.
Note that for Play’s cheapest fare category, only a small personal item that fits under a seat is included in the ticket price. Select a Play Value or Play Flex to bring a carry-on bag with you.
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