Flights to Iceland from the U.S. This Summer Are Crazy Cheap

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If you're beginning to suspect you're the only one who hasn't recently taken a trip to Iceland, you're not alone. There are a lot of great reasons to visit the Nordic island, including the hyper-blue lagoons, the stunning waterfalls, and the one-of-a-kind cuisine. But above all: Getting there is super inexpensive right now.

According to Airfare Spot, flights to Reykjavik from Boston and New York are $100-$300 round trip. We're not trying to tell you where to vacation, but with prices like that, you can't afford not to go.

Using WOW Air, you can fly out June 5-20 and come back June 6-9, or 12-16. Of course, flight prices change quickly, so you may have to do some additional browsing to see what's available. (Check out the ticket situation on Priceline.) If you do decide to go, please send us a postcard!

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