It's back again! For those interested in taking a family trip to Europe in the near future, SAS is currently offering (almost) free flights for kids with its latest "Travelers Start Young" promotion. As you might expect, this deal comes with a few caveats.

While the base fare may be free, you'll still be responsible for paying the taxes, which—for a sample roundtrip fare (seen below) in February between Newark and Oslo —tallied up to about $61. That's certainly a smidge above free, but much less than you'd usually pay, especially with SAS.

Eligibility

To be eligible, children must be 11 years old or under. Children must be traveling with a parent or guardian, which excludes unaccompanied minors. No promo codes needed, just purchase a qualifying fare on a SAS operated flight on the carrier's website and add up to 8 children (if you're brave enough) alongside a qualifying adult fare. Not valid on codeshares.

Travel Availability

November 1 through December 1, 2019, and January 8 through March 25, 2020. Travel must start and end within the listed travel period.

Sale Period

Tickets must be purchased by Friday, September 27, 2019. Valid on SAS Go Light (carry-on only), SAS Go, and SAS Plus fares.

Departure Airports

Depart from Boston (BOS), Newark (EWR), Miami (MIA), Washington D.C (IAD), Chicago (ORD), San Francisco (SFO), and Los Angeles (LAX) to destinations in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland.

Example Bookings:

SAS Go Light ticket departing Newark EWR on February 12 and returning from Oslo OSL on February 17, 2020, with one child: $572 roundtrip

SAS Go Light ticket departing Newark EWR on February 12 and returning from Oslo OSL on February 17, 2020, with two children: $633 roundtrip

SAS Go Light ticket departing Newark EWR on February 12 and returning from Oslo OSL on February 17, 2020, with no children: $511 roundtrip

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