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Boston USA direct return flight - norwegian air £275.00

£275.00 @ Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA
12 nights london to boston return flight. sept 11 - sept 23 norwegian air. perfect for a road trip with mates. bargain!!!! Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
12 nights london to boston return flight.

sept 11 - sept 23

norwegian air. perfect for a road trip with mates.

bargain!!!!
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
only cheap if you're not taking luggage though ?
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whizzkid1
only cheap if you're not taking luggage though ?


It's only expensive if you do ;)

Fantastic price
2 Likes #3
Great price, but check the accommodation prices first- they were outrageously high when we looked in May for the Thomas cook deal
#4
flying into Boston, America - on September 11th???
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superjack
Great price, but check the accommodation prices first- they were outrageously high when we looked in May for the Thomas cook deal
I bought the £200 thomas cook flights in May, amazing deal that included luggage, then checked hotel prices... the HI Boston hostel was pretty good though.
#6
gidsterc
flying into Boston, America - on September 11th???


oOmaybe that explains the price
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SaltyCDogg
superjack
Great price, but check the accommodation prices first- they were outrageously high when we looked in May for the Thomas cook deal
I bought the £200 thomas cook flights in May, amazing deal that included luggage, then checked hotel prices... the HI Boston hostel was pretty good though.


You are better staying in one of the towns around Boston and getting the train into the city. We stayed in a lovely hotel in Concord on our last trip. The hotel was a fraction of the price of the city centre ones. From memory I think the train ride was around 30 mins into Boston City Centre.
#8
Wonder if Cheers is still open
#9
Disco Dave
Wonder if Cheers is still open
Ayuh.
https://cheersboston.com/locations
#10
gidsterc
flying into Boston, America - on September 11th???


i never even thought about that. lol. now i'm thinking what have i done???
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Not that great. This is actually pricey considering it's Boston. Especially when you take no baggage into consideration, works out more expensive than standard pricing on another airline.
#12
Boston > NYC
#13
blowbrown
SaltyCDogg
superjack
Great price, but check the accommodation prices first- they were outrageously high when we looked in May for the Thomas cook deal
I bought the £200 thomas cook flights in May, amazing deal that included luggage, then checked hotel prices... the HI Boston hostel was pretty good though.
You are better staying in one of the towns around Boston and getting the train into the city. We stayed in a lovely hotel in Concord on our last trip. The hotel was a fraction of the price of the city centre ones. From memory I think the train ride was around 30 mins into Boston City Centre.

Would you mind sharing the name of the hotel please?
#14
KrispiiDuck
blowbrown
SaltyCDogg
superjack
Great price, but check the accommodation prices first- they were outrageously high when we looked in May for the Thomas cook deal
I bought the £200 thomas cook flights in May, amazing deal that included luggage, then checked hotel prices... the HI Boston hostel was pretty good though.
You are better staying in one of the towns around Boston and getting the train into the city. We stayed in a lovely hotel in Concord on our last trip. The hotel was a fraction of the price of the city centre ones. From memory I think the train ride was around 30 mins into Boston City Centre.
Would you mind sharing the name of the hotel please?
We stayed in the Best Western in Concord. We got two rooms for the price of one similar quality room in Boston. The BW had a lovely pool and a great breakfast buffet in with the price. This was a couple of years back so I'm guessing the prices will have hiked a bit with the poor £ to $ exchange rate at present.
#15
blowbrown
KrispiiDuck
blowbrown
SaltyCDogg
superjack
Great price, but check the accommodation prices first- they were outrageously high when we looked in May for the Thomas cook deal
I bought the £200 thomas cook flights in May, amazing deal that included luggage, then checked hotel prices... the HI Boston hostel was pretty good though.
You are better staying in one of the towns around Boston and getting the train into the city. We stayed in a lovely hotel in Concord on our last trip. The hotel was a fraction of the price of the city centre ones. From memory I think the train ride was around 30 mins into Boston City Centre.
Would you mind sharing the name of the hotel please?
We stayed in the Best Western in Concord. We got two rooms for the price of one similar quality room in Boston. The BW had a lovely pool and a great breakfast buffet in with the price. This was a couple of years back so I'm guessing the prices will have hiked a bit with the poor £ to $ exchange rate at present.

Appreciated - thanks !

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