EDIT: This fare appears to be gone now.
This is an incredibly low fare that I doubt will last very long. I’m seeing $86 one-way fares from Austin to Stockholm and approximately $65 for return flights.
I checked the fare on Momondo and it’s still available.
Then, I decided to do some digging on the SAS website to see if it was bookable there. Sure enough, it was available for a few dollars more.
Should You Book It?
This flight is almost surely a mistake fare. Given the prices of the days on either side of it, I suspect there’s some sort of pricing error at work here. But, I still think it’s a great opportunity to book the fare and see what happens.
It’s a SAS “Go Saver” fare. Looking quickly, I couldn’t find out if a free checked bag comes with this fare. You should get a free carry-on bag. But, the chart I looked at showed “Go Light”, not “Go Saver”. Not 100% sure they’re the same thing.
I haven’t flown coach on SAS but I LOVE their business class product. Love it!
If you do book one of these fares, I would wait a few days before booking non-refundable hotels or excursions to go with it. United Airlines MileagePlus members should also be able to earn redeemable and elite qualifying miles on these fares.
I always stress that you shouldn’t look at any fare sale as “Austin to Stockholm”. Rather, it’s from the US To Europe, and you can use miles or other cheap flights to build a great vacation. It’s pretty easy to find a cheap flight there for positioning on something like this.
Since these flights originate in the US, you’ll have 24 hours after you book to cancel these flights and receive a full refund. That means if you’re on the fence you should probably book something and then cancel within 24 hours if you decide not to take the trip. With prices this low, I don’t expect them to last much longer!
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