May202018

Icelandair $263 SFO to London round trip Oct-Dec

Icelandair has unprecedented low fares for San Francisco to London LHR starting at $263 round trip. These ticket prices are available through Priceline. The same itinerary on Orbitz prices as $343 and I was unable to pull up $263 Momondo ticket prices. The catch is this an economy light low fare with carry-on only free bag allowance. Also, the lowest fares force an overnight in Iceland on the return flights. Add $100 to the round trip ticket price if you need a checked bag.

Icelandair website has $335 round trip tickets without an overnight layover in Iceland.

This sale made me a buyer today since I can get a round trip ticket from London to Sibiu, Romania for $120. I missed out on the spring trip to Romania I had planned, so this is my next opportunity for Romania.

Update 5-20 9:40am Pacific: Priceline sent my Icelandair record locator number. I logged into Icelandair and selected seat assignments for all four flights free of charge and entered my frequent flyer number and passport information. All good to go for a $270 round trip to London and Iceland in the fall.

Icelandair San Francisco SFO – Keflavik KEF – London Gatwick LHR – KEF (25 hr. overnight layover) – SFO

Priceline ticket $262.51 round trip Mon Nov 19 – Thu Nov 29

Icelandair San Francisco SFO – Keflavik KEF – London Gatwick LHR – KEF (no overnight layover) – SFO

Icelandair website ticket $335.37 round trip Mon Nov 19 – Wed Nov 28

$435.37 for Economy Standard with one checked bag included.

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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  1. To which FFP are you crediting? I booked early December with a 2-night stop in KEF on the return. The simple roundtrip fares I looked at on ITA says these are P fare class, which earn nothing at JetBlue, and aren’t on Alaska’s partner chart.

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