I tweeted this deal first from @MileValueAlerts. Follow @MileValueAlerts on Twitter and follow these directions to get a text message every time I tweet from that account. I tweet from @MileValueAlerts only a few times a month because it is designed to be used only for the best and most limited-time deals–like mistake fares–so that you aren’t bombarded by text messages.

Los Angeles nonstop to Stockholm one way is on sale for $48. It was $97 yesterday, and somehow the prie went down! Book now on Expedia, and you have 24 hours to cancel for free. Plan later.


  1. Cheap Fares
  2. Best Way to Buy the Ticket

$48 One Way from Los Angeles to Stockholm

The deal is available six days in March.

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I brought the same price up on Expedia.
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Roundtrips are around $600 on Expedia, so you may want to book a one way award home with United or American Airlines miles.

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Best Way to Buy the Ticket

Buy with the Citi Prestige® Card, since it has no foreign transaction fees. The first $250 in flights per calendar year are refunded to you as a statement credit. This includes fees like the checked bag fee, seat reservation, or meals that you purchase at the time of ticketing or later. After the statement credit, your one way ticket from Los Angeles to Stockholm will be free.

If you’ve already maxed out the statement credit, you will still earn 3x ThankYou Points on the award taxes. The Citi Prestige® Card also comes with a 40,000 ThankYou Point sign up bonus.

Hat Tip The Flight Deal

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