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Via Secret Flying Norwegian is offering roundtrips between New York JFK and Stockholm from $276 in January and February.
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Granted this is off-season, but the fares are amazing and you can fly elsewhere beyond Stockholm once you’ve positioned yourself.
Here’s a search that will pull up fares on Norwegian’s website between these cities (in Norwegian). If you want to see a fare calendar click “Lavpriskalenderen” (!).
So how much is 2308 NOK? It’s US$276.
Since this is being charged in a foreign currency, be sure to use a credit card that doesn’t add foreign transaction fees. I find that MasterCard currency conversions are the most reliably favorable. So my card of choice is Citi Prestige because:
- No foreign transaction fees
- MasterCard currency conversion
- Triple points on airfare
Norwegian Air Shuttle operates the route with a Boeing 787. Here’s a good video summary of the experience: