Norwegian Flash Sale: UK-USA From £129.99 One-Way

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Norwegian says that it’s getting in to the spirit of Halloween and launching a flash sale on fares between the UK and US. I’m not entirely sure I see a link between dressing up like a ghoul and cheap airfares but then I’m also not one to complain when fares get slashed.

The carrier is also running a few discounted fares to Europe although those aren’t being as widely publicized (I’ve no idea why not).

The flash sale is only running through to 22:59 on 2 November so you don’t have much time to book but, if you’re looking to book fares between the UK and US, then this could be something to check out.

The promotion page can be found via this link and you’ll need to use code HALLOWEENUK17 to get the discount.

The discounted fares are valid for Norwegian’s flights between London Gatwick and various US cities for travel between 13 November 2017 and 18 March 2018.

Here are the promotional fares and details Norwegian has put out (emphasis is mine):

London Gatwick direct to the USA from £129.99 one-way for a spook-tacular trip

Boston – in the heart of Massachusetts, Boston is the ideally gateway for a haunted holiday. Just 30 minutes away from the mysterious Salem – well known for its witch trials. Fly direct to Boston for just £129.90 one way.
Seattle – Head to Kells Irish Restaurant and Pub to experience the spooky side of Seattle, named the most haunted bar in the world by some. Flights available from £159.90 one way.
Denver – just over an hour outside of Denver, situated in Estes Park is The Stanley Hotel – the inspiration of Stephen King’s The Shining. For a haunted stay fly to Denver direct from London Gatwick from £159.90 one way.
Orlando – While not the obvious choice for a scare, Orlando is home to a number of haunted establishments including Princeton Hospital and the ultra-scary Super 8 International Drive. Flights available from £169.90 one way.

And here are the European fares that are on offer (emphasis is mine):

London Gatwick to Europe from £26.99 for a haunted trip closer to home

Alicante – more than just a winter sun destination, travellers to Alicante can experience a real-life haunted house escape game, Xcapate. Fly direct from £27
Fuerteventura – in 1994 SS America shipwrecked on the beach of Garcey on the west coast of Fuerteventura. Still viable until 2013, now virtually nothing is left standing – providing a rather eerie sight. Flights start from £31 one way.
Salzburg – other than fantastic skiing, Austria is home to one of the most haunted places in Europe. Moosham Caste has become known as the ‘Witches Castle’ over the centuries and is said to be still haunted today. Fares start from £27 one way.


If you’re happy to fly with hand baggage only then some of these fares look pretty good (unlike WOW, Norwegian doesn’t charge for hand baggage).

The Seattle fare is the one that jumps out at me (although be prepared for rain!) and the Denver fare could be very useful for those looking to get some skiing done in Colorado.

I’m not sure the European fares are all that exciting, especially as British Airways is offering some very low fares of its own to various European cities (and you’ll earn Avios and tier points on those flights).

Overall there should be some good value to be had here if you can be flexible with your dates and are happy to hunt around.

Don’t forget to compare fares with those of the full-service carriers and make sure you include all extras (seat selection, food etc..) to ensue you’re comparing like for like.

If you find and book a great deal with Norwegian let me know in the comments – it’s always good to hear how successful (or not) readers are at making the most of promotions like these.