Behind the sixth door of the InsideFlyer Advent Calendar is a voucher offering return flights for two people between Iceland and Europe (or vice versa). We are giving this away in cooperation with PLAY .
PLAY uses modern Airbus A321neo aircraft and currently connects Reykjavik with various cities in Europe (including London, Berlin, Amsterdam and Copenhagen).
We fully admit his may not seem like the most obvious prize for Americans, but it could come in handy if you’re planning a multi-stop trip to Europe and want to check out Iceland as part of it. Regardless, we didn’t want our US-based readers to miss out – and rest assured that there are PLENTY more prizes to come…
Together with PLAY, we are giving away return flights between Reykjavik and and a selection of PLAY’s European destinations (or vice versa) for two people in 2022 (no blackout dates!).
The land of fire and ice has a lot to offer its visitors: incomparable landscapes, fascinating wildlife, culinary sensations, and a capital city that is well worth seeing in its own right.
How to enter
Enter Day Two of the InsideFlyer Advent Calendar via the following link:
The InsideFlyer team wishes you a very merry Christmas!
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. MAKING A PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW.
A winner is randomly drawn from all registrations and they will be notified via e-mail within 14 days of the end of the promotion period. In the event that the winner does not respond to this announcement within 7 days, the prize will not be awarded to them and will be assigned to a new winner. You can participate once a day.
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InsideFlyer and our partners will do our utmost to ensure that prizes are received correctly, but cannot assume responsibility for errors by third parties (eg. delivery) and other issues outside of our control (eg. COVID-19 related closures).