Flights to Europe from $90 one-way

WOW Airlines is out with a great sale on flights from various cities in the US to Europe with prices from $89.99 one-way from many cities for summer travel in July/August. Return flights  are always more expensive, but you could pair these with an award ticket home or a cheap flight on another carrier. These prices are also available into the fall.

Remember that WOW will charge you extra for everything from seat selection to bags. You’re allowed one personal item for free, but then it’ll cost you to check bags.

Still, if you can travel light, these are some great prices to get to Europe for summer travel (July and August dates).More city pairs are available – click here to look at all deals through this sale. The WOW Air website lets you look at prices a week at a time. You can also easily go forward or backward a week to see other dates. Below are some example links to searches. Availability is subject to change, so you may need to move forward or backward a week weeks to find dates with low pricing.

Chicago

Chicago to Brussels for $89.99 one-way in August
Chicago to Lyon for $89.99 one-way in August
Chicago to Cork for $89.99 one-way in August
Chicago to Frankfurt for $89.99 one-way in August
Chicago to Edinburgh for $89.99 one-way in August
Chicago to Bristol for $89.99 one-way

Miami

Miami to Brussels for $99.99 one-way
Miami to Edinburgh for $99.99 one-way
Miami to Dublin for $99.99 one-way
Miami to Cork for $99.99 one-way
Miami to Lyon for $99.99 one-way

San Francisco

San Francisco to London for $99.99 (TONS of dates in July and some in August)
San Francisco to Berlin for $99.99 (July/August)
San Francisco to Copenhagen for $99.99 one-way (July/August)

Los Angeles

Los Angeles to Berlin for $99.99 one-way (July/August)
Los Angeles to London for $99.99 one-way (July/August)
Los Angeles to Dublin for $99.99 one-way (July/August)

Bottom Line

These are great prices for summer travel. If you can find award availability or a sale coming back from Europe, it’s hard to go wrong. I’ve flown WOW and found the experience to exceed that of the other budget carriers I’ve flown. I would definitely fly them again — certainly at these prices.

About Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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  1. “I’ve flown WOW and found the experience to exceed that of the other budget carriers I’ve flown.”

    My ranking is Norwegian, Level, and WOW a definite 3rd place. No in flight entertainment system on WOW is drag.

    • Good point on the lack of in-flight entertainment. I didn’t even think of that because I always download my own stuff pre-flight to watch on my devices if I’m looking for in-flight entertainment. The ability to download from Netflix has been a game-changer. But if prices were equal, I’d obviously want in-flight entertainment. I didn’t realize that Norwegian and Level had it. Thanks for bringing it up — I’ll mention that in future posts.

  2. Also some great rates to be had on their “Biz” which is more like prem. economy but includes seat assignment, preboard, carry-on and checked bag.

  3. Any idea how long this sale will last?

    By the way, for people that actually want Iceland to be their destination, this provides an excellent Hidden City opportunity.

  4. That is amazing! I use Travelpointology Plans from Travelpointology.com to travel for free but this is a great offer that I would take advantage of even if its not the most comfortable.

  5. The “TO” Europe price of $89 is fantastic, but the return fares are not the same screaming bargain. The best I could find from London back to LA is $249.

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