Fare Deal: US To Scandanavia & Finland From $349 RT On SAS

by Chris Dong

While airlines often have publicized fare “sales,” the deals that go unpublicized are the ones that usually attract the most attention. However, SAS’s marketed sale from the US to Scandinavia is legitimately great, and makes traveling to Europe oh-so-affordable.

Save some cash flying to Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen, or Helsinki — and use that money towards making memorable experiences in these amazing (but a bit pricey) capital cities.

SAS New Livery

SAS New Livery

The Deal 

  • Where: All SAS gateway cities in the US to their Scandinavian hubs
    New York/Chicago/Los Angeles/Washington/Miami/Boston to Oslo/Stockholm/Helsinki/Copenhagen
  • When: January 2020 through May 2020 (sporadic dates)
  • How Much: From $349 round-trip
  • Why: Fantastic fares from the US to Scandinavia, perfect for ski season
  • How To Book: Search on Google Flights and book directly at SAS, or use on OTA like CheapOAir

These fares are for SAS Go Light, a fare type that resembles basic economy and does not include checked baggage. You’ll have to shell out a few more bucks if you want to fly with some heftier baggage. Still, these deals are solid and worth a look if you’re planning a trip to Scandinavia in 2020.

Related: Copenhagen to Oslo Ferry — Everything You Need To Know

Best Ways to Maximize Your Purchase

Besides the miles you would earn with the airline for actually flying, you can also earn points for spending on credit cards. These are some of the cards that offer bonuses for purchasing airfare.

The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card – 2x Ultimate Rewards points on travel (directly with airline or OTA)
The Platinum Card® from American Express – 5x Membership Rewards points on flights booked directly with the airline
The Chase Sapphire Reserve – 3x Ultimate Rewards points on travel (directly with airline or OTA)

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