Autumn Flight Sale to the USA from £222 return: Boston, NYC, Vegas, California & more @ Norwegian Air / Holiday Pirates
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Autumn Flight Sale to the USA from £222 return: Boston, NYC, Vegas, California & more @ Norwegian Air / Holiday Pirates

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Found 29th Aug 2017
This morning, Norwegian slashed the price of autumn flights to the USA, with return flights to New York, Boston, Florida, California, Vegas and more, now on sale. Prices start from just £222 return for direct flights from London in October, November and December -- a time of year when other airlines are charging up to £400 on similar routes.

Why not pop across the pond for a spot of Christmas shopping, or to check out the Thanksgiving sales? There are even some routes on sale for October half term!

Other destinations on sale include (prices are return):

New York ... £237
San Francisco (Oakland) ... £252
Los Angeles ... £275
Florida (Fort Lauderdale) ... £277
Seattle ... £279
Florida (Orlando) ... £282
Denver ... £294
Las Vegas ... £312

Flight Details

  • Direct flights with Norwegian
  • Destinations include: Boston, Denver, Florida, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, San Francisco, Seattle
  • Departures from London (Gatwick)
  • Dates between October and December, 2017
  • Hand luggage - Included
  • Meals, seat selection and checked bags can be added for a fee
  • Book by 18 September, 2017

Holiday Pirates link HERE
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Costs for add ons-
Meal £25 each way
Reserved seat £25 each way
20kg luggage £25 each way
11 Comments
Costs for add ons-
Meal £25 each way
Reserved seat £25 each way
20kg luggage £25 each way
Hot, they are excellent prices even with the cost of baggage. I'd definitely take my own food though - their meals are vile and worth nowhere near £25 per person per sector. £20 of Pret goodies is a much better and healthier option
Shame there is nothing decent from Newcastle
They are all a couple year old at worst Dream liner 787s so nice journeys. It's a good deal if you make the odd flight to the USA
Flew with them to Boston. Cracking airline
Very, very, VERY tempting...this'll be our first time to America if I go with this deal but which doy'all prefer? NY, LA, Florida or Las Vegas? Kinda want to go to them all but don't have the time to do them all in one go, at least not enjoyably.
EdWasHere1 m ago

Very, very, VERY tempting...this'll be our first time to America if I go …Very, very, VERY tempting...this'll be our first time to America if I go with this deal but which doy'all prefer? NY, LA, Florida or Las Vegas? Kinda want to go to them all but don't have the time to do them all in one go, at least not enjoyably.


NY or LA, but probably NY.
EdWasHere1 h, 33 m ago

Very, very, VERY tempting...this'll be our first time to America if I go …Very, very, VERY tempting...this'll be our first time to America if I go with this deal but which doy'all prefer? NY, LA, Florida or Las Vegas? Kinda want to go to them all but don't have the time to do them all in one go, at least not enjoyably.

LA Venice and Santa Monica
LA is ok but once you've been to Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Venice beach that's it. Downtown is very bland, and Santa Monica is a complete waste of time. Vegas is absolutely amazing with so much more to do than gamble. A city unlike ANYWHERE else in the world. Not been to ny or Florida yet.
As someone who's been to all of those destinations listed with flights, the first thing I'd say is to consider the weather. If it was in the middle of summer I'd say San Fran or New York. But for the flight dates, I'd probably say LA and hire a car. A couple of days in the city itself, then down to San D, out to Vegas, up to San Fran and finish with a drive down through Big Sur.
For a first visit in winter I'd fly into LA do Hollywood and maybe Disneyland then drive onto Vegas for a few days.
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