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2 Night Weekend Break in Oslo on numerous dates in January/February - £26.98 flights with Wizzair
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2 Night Weekend Break in Oslo on numerous dates in January/February - £26.98 flights with Wizzair

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Posted 15th Jan

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If you fancy a short weekend break away, Wizzair have got some excellent deals on return flights to Oslo from London Luton on many weekends in January and February, flying out on the morning flight on a Saturday and returning on their lunchtime flight on the Monday.

£8.99 Outbound LTN-OSL on 18/1, 25/1, 1/2, 8/2, 22/2, 29/2.

£17.99 Inbound OSL-LTN on 20/1, 27/1, 3/2, 10/2, 25/2, 2/3.

Many of these flights are £26.98 return and if you're a member of their discount club the price goes down to £17.98!
(The discount club is only worth joining if you are a regular traveller with the airline and need to fly 3-4 times a year to recover the cost of joining the scheme and only allows one extra passenger to get the discount when travelling with you.)

Before I hear the moans, yes this is the very basic fare with no reserved seats, priority boarding or large hand baggage/checked in luggage. You can still take a reasonably sized backpack onboard the plane and for two night travel should be no issues getting everything inside.

Wizzair are reasonably new to the London to Oslo market and looking at the reserved seating plan of the aircraft for this weekend, the planes look like they are flying out half empty and even if you don't pay to reserve a seat (£6 each way), you should be able to spread out once on board.

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If you go to hotel booking websites like Ebookers there are many very reasonable priced hotels in the city centre, coming up for around £100-120 for the two nights. Plus currently you get 12% cash back vis Quidco!

Hotels I have found have quite small rooms but fully private bathrooms, but have good reviews of 4/5 and for a two night trip you should be out exploring Oslo, and only using the hotel as a base!

Suggested hotels:
- Comfort Hotel Xpress Central Station
- Smarthotel Oslo
- Comfort Hotel Xpress Youngstorget
- City Box Oslo
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Just to confirm Wizzair do fly to Oslo's main Oslo Gardermoen Airport and not some outpost 150 km from the city, which has direct train and bus links to the city.
That's a good price. Worth remembering that buying food etc. in Oslo is really expensive (think double London prices, and alcohol is even dearer). It's a fun city to visit, though, if you don't mind the weather at this time of year
Basic but excellent deal, I have a wizzair membership and am very happy with the savings travelling a few times a year.
Wizzair. The worst of the worst. I just flew with them to Budapest last weekend. Everything extras. Carry on isn’t the standard size. Seats smaller than any other flight I’ve been on. O... and the staff rude...

I guess you do get what you pay for.


Rant over...
tomwilliams8615/01/2020 09:45

Wizzair. The worst of the worst. I just flew with them to Budapest last …Wizzair. The worst of the worst. I just flew with them to Budapest last weekend. Everything extras. Carry on isn’t the standard size. Seats smaller than any other flight I’ve been on. O... and the staff rude...I guess you do get what you pay for. Rant over...


Looks like you didn't fly with Ryanair yet...
tomwilliams8615/01/2020 09:45

Wizzair. The worst of the worst. I just flew with them to Budapest last …Wizzair. The worst of the worst. I just flew with them to Budapest last weekend. Everything extras. Carry on isn’t the standard size. Seats smaller than any other flight I’ve been on. O... and the staff rude...I guess you do get what you pay for. Rant over...


You've hit the nail on the head there, you get what you pay for . Flight prices over the years have come down so much that its now a norm to fly to america for £100 each way or pretty much anywhere in europe for £10.


Do remember that as prices come down so do the inclusions, and people like wizzair and ryanair really are the worst of the worst, but if you choose to fly with them dont complain, you know what you're going to get!
Edited by: "c58" 15th Jan
tomwilliams8615/01/2020 09:45

Wizzair. The worst of the worst. I just flew with them to Budapest last …Wizzair. The worst of the worst. I just flew with them to Budapest last weekend. Everything extras. Carry on isn’t the standard size. Seats smaller than any other flight I’ve been on. O... and the staff rude...I guess you do get what you pay for. Rant over...


Well yeah... You get what you pay for
tomwilliams8615/01/2020 09:45

Wizzair. The worst of the worst. I just flew with them to Budapest last …Wizzair. The worst of the worst. I just flew with them to Budapest last weekend. Everything extras. Carry on isn’t the standard size. Seats smaller than any other flight I’ve been on. O... and the staff rude...I guess you do get what you pay for. Rant over...


I have 8-10 flights a year with Wizzair and the staff is generally not rude, I feel they are better than Ryanair stuff.

If you buy Priority you can take 2 cabin bags with you as well, that is my default setting to make sure they will not put my backpack to the hold.

Their prices are usually very cheap, I think it is a shame I pay lot more to get to Luton by train than the flight tickets itself.
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c5815/01/2020 12:58

You've hit the nail on the head there, you get what you pay for . Flight …You've hit the nail on the head there, you get what you pay for . Flight prices over the years have come down so much that its now a norm to fly to america for £100 each way or pretty much anywhere in europe for £10.Do remember that as prices come down so do the inclusions, and people like wizzair and ryanair really are the worst of the worst, but if you choose to fly with them dont complain, you know what you're going to get!



It’s never been better for people who can read what they are buying, don’t feel the need to take loads of stuff with them when going abroad and aren’t upset about not having to sit next to their partner/mate/mother for 2-3 hours.
deleted137782315/01/2020 17:06

It’s never been better for people who can read what they are buying, don’t …It’s never been better for people who can read what they are buying, don’t feel the need to take loads of stuff with them when going abroad and aren’t upset about not having to sit next to their partner/mate/mother for 2-3 hours.


I partly agree, I think the issue is a lot of people (myself included) would prefer to pay a bit more and be treated like a human. For international flights this is fine as most people know their airlines of choice and choose them for that very reason over the cheapest possible option but for european the space has become a race to the bottom and unless you pay for club europe with B.A (which sometimes can be very good value but 90% of the time is far more than its worth) you dont have much choice. Speedy boarding with Easyjet for european flights is about as good as it gets which is a bit sad.
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