Norwegian Air New Year Sale; Fly From NYC/Boston to Guadalupe & Martinique For $59 OW

Norwegian Air has a New Year sale with incredibly low prices on one-way fares to Caribbean. Fares to Europe start at just $59 one-way and a round-trip flight will cost you $178. You need to book by January 4, 2018.

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Norwegian fare sale

The sale prices are only for outbound one-way fares, so you need to check returning flights to see if you can find good deals. There’s plenty availability from January till March 2018 and plenty of deals.

Here’s the lowest prices that I saw:

  • Fly to Guadeloupe – Pointe-à-Pitre from New York-John F Kennedy for $59 ($178 RT)
  • Fly to Martinique – Fort-de-France from New York-John F Kennedy for $59 ($178 RT)
  • Fly to Martinique – Fort-de-France from Providence/Boston-TF Green for $59 ($178 RT)
  • Fly to Guadeloupe – Pointe-à-Pitre from Providence/Boston-TF Green for $59 ($178 RT)
  • Fly to Martinique – Fort-de-France from Florida-Fort Lauderdale/Miami for $59 ($178 RT)
  • Fly to Guadeloupe – Pointe-à-Pitre from Florida-Fort Lauderdale/Miami for $59 ($178 RT)

Fees

While Norwegian offers great prices, there’s tons of fees to watch out for, unless you’re traveling only with a small carry-on. You’ll be charged for advance seat assignment or meal service for the roughly six-hour flight. A checked bag will cost you $45 one way. Check out their optional service charges here to make sure this is a good deal for you

Guru’s Wrap-Up

These are great prices, but just keep in mind that Norwegian Air is a low-cost carrier and you’ll be charged for baggage and lots of other stuff, so familiarize yourself with their fees. These deals work best for quick getaways where you won’t need to check in in any luggage. Could be a good deal for a quick getaway to escape the cold.

Don’t forget to use a card that gives you the best rewards on airfare such as Amex Platinum (5x on airfare), Chase Sapphire Reserve (3x on travel) or Citi Prestige (3x on airfare).

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