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In honor of its brand-new A330 service from South Florida to Scandinavia, SAS is offering phenomenal one-way fares, priced at just $99 from Miami to both Copenhagen and Oslo in late September and early October. While your first assumption may be that this is a mistake fare, SAS offered a similar deal shortly after launching LAX service earlier this year, so it does seem that this is intentional.
Note that $99 fares are not available on the return, but round-trips are available (on very limited dates) from $227. You can also fly nonstop on Norwegian’s Dreamliner from Copenhagen to nearby Fort Lauderdale starting at just $180 each way, or you can opt to redeem miles for economy or business class on the return. There’s even some business-class award availability on the nonstop from Oslo to Miami (outlined below) — and SAS’ A330 product is fantastic.
Airline: Scandinavian Airlines
Route: MIA to CPH and OSL
Cost: $99 one-way in economy
Dates: September – October 2016
Booking Link: Expedia
Pay With: Chase Sapphire Reserve, American Express® Gold Card, Citi Prestige Card or Chase Sapphire Preferred
Here are a few examples of what you can book:
Miami (MIA) to Copenhagen (CPH) for $99 one-way on SAS:
Miami (MIA) to Oslo (OSL) for $99 one-way on SAS:
Miami (MIA) to Oslo (OSL) for $225 round-trip on SAS:
Oslo (OSL) to Miami (MIA) for 70,000 United miles in business class:
Maximize Your Purchase
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