*2-in-1* Iceland + US/Canada in £200/£300s return from the UK & Ireland (Icelandair)

Long time JFCers will know 2-in-1 destination deals are among our most favourite things, and these flights to US & Canada with a free stop in Iceland definitely hit the spot today.
Long time JFCers will know 2-in-1 destination deals are among our most favourite things, and these flights to US & Canada with a free stop in Iceland definitely hit the spot today. You can use the stopover to stay anywhere from 24 hours to a few days in Iceland on your way across the pond :-)

Note that Icelandair is similar to Norwegian and other no-frills long-haul airlines, so food & checked bags will be extra. That said, their fleet is generally quite new, comfortable, and the complimentary entertainment is quite decent too.
Returns from London (LGW):

New York (NYC) - £208
Orlando (MCO) - £220
Tampa (TPA) - £258
Toronto (YYZ) - £248
Chicago (ORD) - £210
Minneapolis (MSP) - £275
Denver (DEN) - £244
San Francisco (SFO) - £271
Seattle (SEA) - £288
Vancouver (YVR) - £327

Returns from Manchester(MAN):

New York (NYC) - £263
Toronto (YYZ) - £313
Chicago (ORD) - £279
San Francisco (SFO) - £297
Seattle (SEA) - £297

Returns from Glasgow (GLA):

New York (NYC) - £265
Orlando (MCO) - £271
Toronto (YYZ) - £303
San Francisco (SFO) - £338
Seattle (SEA) - £303
Vancouver (YVR) - £328


Returns from Dublin (DUB):

New York (NYC) - £239
Toronto (YYZ) - £308
San Francisco (SFO) - £332
Seattle (SEA) - £314

Travel Dates: January - June 2019

Airline: Icelandair

Standard Fare:
£600

Bags: Cabin bag included only

Book by:
These fares should last a few more days

Note: Jack's Flight Club does not partner with nor receive referral fees from any of the sites linked below. Our only incentive is to help you snag a great fare.
Here's how to book:

1. As this is a 2-in-1 deal, it does add a little bit of complexity to find these fares. To start, head to Google Flights and use their handy calendar tool to find the best travel dates for a standard return fare to whichever destination you are after. This will allow you to use their handy calendar tool to see the best travel dates.

Then move onto step 2. to make it into a 2-in-1 trip with an extended (longer than 24 hours) stay in Iceland.

2. Once you've found the dates that suit you, if you prefer to stay longer than 1 day in Iceland, simply change your trip to a multi-stop itinerary, like this one below, and move the original departure date back to extend your stay. Book directly with Icelandair.
 
New here? Here is everything you need to know about using Google flights, Momondo/Skyscanner, when/where/how to book and other tips to snagging a flight deal :-)
 

If you end up booking this flight, please do hit reply and tell me!

Cheers,
Jack