Scandinavia Airlines has found a brilliant way to promote tourism to Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark. It is offering free base air fare to all children between the ages of two and eleven to travel to these destinations. Children under two (newborns to 23 months) already enjoy a 90 percent discount on their ticket if they travel on their parents’ lap. Considering how expensive (and unoriginal) a family vacation is to Disney World, this is an epic opportunity to create some family memories in an unconventional destination.

Of course, there are a couple of conditions to this amazing deal:

  • The flights need to leave from specific US cities (Boston, New York City, Miami, Washington D.C., Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles).
  • Taxes and other fees associated with the flights are not included, but the offer still considerably cuts down your spendings.
  • Kids must be traveling with an accompanying adult, so you’ll have to make it a family trip and not just ship your seven-year-old off to the fjords.

You have until May 13th to take advantage of this deal that covers the travel period between August 2018 and March 2019. Note that the offer does not work for bookings between December 20th, 2018 and January 8th, 2019 — traveling during the holidays is expensive, no matter what.

If you’re traveling on a budget, make sure to check the SAS low price calendar. When you register children during the booking process, the promotion will be calculated automatically.

There’s plenty to do in Scandinavia with the kids, especially in Arctic Europe and even in winter, so jump on that deal and go explore Northern Europe with the whole fam.

H/T: Condé Nast Traveler