SAS $125 one way ARN, CPH, OSL to Austin SXSW March 12

Scandinavian Airlines has special flights on March 8 and March 12 to Austin’s SXSW Festival with $125 one way ticket prices from Stockholm nonstop and Oslo via Stockholm still available for March 12, or Copenhagen to Austin via Stockholm is $165 one way on March 12.

A round trip ticket is as low as $494. All the super discount tickets from Austin to Stockholm were already gone when I checked.

This is a ticket I tried to work into my plans since I am specifically looking to book a SAS long-haul ticket primarily for miles earning with Aegean Miles+Bonus program to earn Star Alliance Gold elite. But without the low fare from Austin to Scandinavia, I am better off flying Stockholm to San Francisco round trip on a $400 return ticket with more choice of dates.

SAS Stockholm ARN – Austin AUS nonstop

$125.56 one-way  March 12

ARN-AUS $125ow SK Mar12


Our first flight is already fully booked, but you still have a chance to go directly from Arlanda to Austin –  and to the world leading festival for tech, gaming, music and much more.

On March 12th, our direct flight from Stockholm to Austin takes off, bringing you to the middle of the festival where Interactive will be going through Brand&marketing, Code&programming and Health among others.

Film and Gaming will be going through the trends of tomorrow (with a closer look at e-sports).

And last but not least: The Music festival, which kicks off right when you arrive.

Just as we did during the first leg of the festival, we will still be hosting House of Scandinavia; the SAS and AMEX pop-up lounge with exclusive events every day.

And remember – If our direct flight does not line up with your desired timeframe, we offer lots of flights with suitable connections.

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About Ric Garrido

Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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