I stumbled upon this little Westjet Promotion. They will give one person in your travel party upgraded status for a year. So, if you’re going to book a holiday anyways, register for this promotion and enjoy a year of perks.
Or at least the price war on flights to Iceland is heating up.
With Air Canada now offering flights from Toronto & Montreal, to Reykjavik and competing with Iceland Air on these routes, prices are dropping.
The same can be said for competition on the America east coast routes where Delta/Air France and KLM have dropped their prices to meet or beat those of WOW Air and Iceland Air.
Today, Delta/Air France/KLM are offering round trip, tax included flights from JFK Airport in New York, as well as Boston Logan Airport for as low as $316.(Or $421 Canadian funds if purchased through Expedia.ca) These bargain prices can be found on certain dates, from the end of August through to October 2017
Even though Westjet does not have flights to Iceland, you can nab a bargain and still fly part of the way with them. Use the website for Iceland Air and leave from Winnipeg, and you will see your connecting flight Winnipeg to Toronto with Westjet. Prices as low as $636 from Winnipeg.
To start your planning and learn more about Reykjavik start with their official tourism website.
Canada is celebrating its 150th this year! What a brilliant time to see our own country. I plan to take the kids and head to the maritimes, but I am equally tempted by bargain flights to Quebec.
Both Montreal and Quebec City are swoon worthy. I fall in love with their flavours, culture and architecture every single time I set foot in those great Canadian cities.
Montreal has an underground city system of tunnels to explore, a hockey passion like no other and oh, such style. Stay in the heart of the city here and feel vibrant and energetic. It’s a high energy scene.
Quebec City, on the other hand, has a more laid back, european romance to it. I’m awestruck by the architecture, and enveloped by the culture. Their food scene (bistros and outdoor patios alone rue St. Jean) make you want to linger over another glass of wine. The iconic Chateau Frontenac, that anchors the boardwalk and river skyline is the most photographed hotel in the world. You’ll see why.
Don’t let Canada’s second language intimidate you, most everyone speaks english and is willing to let you try if you choose French. Stumbling along in French was definitely not a barrier to the visit. A smile, is a universal welcome.
Right now, and until June 14th, save 15% off your flight with either of Canada’s major airlines.
If you choose to fly into Montreal, you can also easily take the VIA Rail train for a short ride to Quebec City.
Westjet: Use coupon code 6TFT3QX & Promo code WNQ14
If just reading “Copenhagen” and “Dreamliner” isn’t enough to make your eyes bubble with joy and anticipation, maybe you don’t deserve this bargain! Just kidding. Read on.
I can’t explain it, other than to say, these prices have been hanging around a couple weeks already. There’s so much turbulence in the US market right now that it’s left some routes open for fierce competition, in my opinion. And now that there are low-cost carriers (like WOW and Norwegian) flying in/out of some select US coastal cities (Seattle, Los Angeles, Miami, Boston, New York) there are price wars.
But the prices are crazy. Cray-cray. $316 Canadian dollars to fly tax in, and return (in economy class) on a Dreamliner. I repeat…. 787 Dreamliner.
Sure, this particular bargain is out of Boston, Mass but surely you can get there. Enjoy a few days on the harbor eating lobster rolls and watching the Bruins or Red Sox. Surely, you can see how to make this a winning combination.
Skyscanner.ca is the quickest way to track down these bargains and see what’s out there. And right now, there are so many it’s a little overwhelming for this rabid traveller. I want to see Europe. This is THE year. But where to start?
I’m not even sure why this bargain is on my radar, other than I need something to look forward to and this outrageous bargain fits my Kraft Dinner budget right now.
The hot prices on this route are for October and November 2017. Travel on Tuesdays for the best price.
Boston is high on my list of cities I’d like to visit. I’d love to see it in the fall when the leaves are turning colours. I’d love to sit on a dock and eat a lobster roll and visit some of the diners featured on Diner’s Drive Ins and Dives.
You could also catch a game in Boston. Epic sports franchises in this city.
Typical price for this route is around $300. You can even fly from Winnipeg, quite often, at that $320 price point. But my thought is that you could build an epic fall trip around it. Whether you take the train and see Canada’s east coast, or just cash in some Air Miles for a weekend in Montreal before heading to Boston, you could definitely incorporate the bargain into something bigger.
To start your planning and see why Boston should be on your list too…click over to www.masstourism.com