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By Alix Langone
February 12, 2018
Aurora borealis at Mount Kirkjufell Iceland
Aurora borealis at Mount Kirkjufell Iceland
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If you forgot Valentine’s Day is Wednesday, Icelandair has you covered.

The airline is offering $349 roundtrip tickets to Iceland until midnight Wednesday, Feb.14.

The deal only applies to flights out of Boston, New York City and Baltimore, and flights from Chicago cost just $369. The fares are non-refundable, so make sure you and your sweetie are solid before booking.

Specific travel dates apply to each departure city, with Boston flight options beginning in March. Can’t take time off from work so soon? The deal for Baltimore flights doesn’t start until May, giving you plenty of time to request some vacation days.

  • Boston: March 25 – June 20
  • Chicago: April 8 – June 19
  • New York City: April 9 – June 19
  • Baltimore: May 28 – June 19

Despite only being able to book flights from March to June, you can book those flights for any day of the week with no exclusions.

The $349 price includes all taxes and fees, though you must be on an Economy Light flight with a carry-on suitcase only. Additional baggage and optional service fees may still apply otherwise. The standard change fee applies as well — $275 plus any additional fare.

Icelandair doesn’t just offer deals during Hallmark holidays. The airline rolled out a new Stopover option last fall, allowing passengers to quite literally stop over in Iceland during certain transatlantic flights for up to seven days with no additional airfare.

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