Budget airline Norwegian Air is having a 72-hour sale, offering travelers one-way flights from U.S. cities like New York to destinations in Sweden and Norway, starting at $95 one-way.
Return flights from Bergen to New York’s Stewart International Airport also start at $95 one-way, giving travelers the opportunity to visit the UNESCO World Heritage City's ancient architecture and Norway's spectacular fjords for $190 round-trip.
The sale also includes discounted prices from New York City, Los Angeles, and Oakland to Stockholm, Oslo, and Copenhagen.
Flights start at $149 one-way from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport to both Copenhagen and Oslo, and from $155 one-way from JFK to Stockholm.
Return rates start at the same price as outbound flights, giving round-trip totals of $298 for trips to Copenhagen and Oslo, and $310 for trips to Stockholm.
From Los Angeles, travelers can book a flight to Copenhagen starting at $169, and to Oslo for $179, while flights from California's Oakland International Airport start at $159 one-way to Copenhagen and Oslo, and at $169 one-way to Stockholm.
Return flights to Oakland also start at $159 one-way from Copenhagen and Oslo, and at $169 one-way from Stockholm.
Most of the deals are available from March through June, when warmer temperatures bring natural waterfalls and blooming flower fields to Norway, forests dotted with bulbs to Stockholm, and days filled with flea markets and garden picnics to Copenhagen.
The deals are available through March 6, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. (in all local time zones). Travelers will find the code NORDICSPRING automatically applied and shown in the fare breakdown in most cases when proceeding to check out. (If it's not already there, enter the code.)
It's important to note that Norwegian is a budget carrier, and amenities like seat selection and checked baggage can incur additional fees. Checked bag fees for these routes start at $50 for the first checked bag, and $140 for a second bag.