SAS AB Aircraft At Oslo Airport
A Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA aircraft is seen behind an ice-covered tree at Oslo airport, in Gardermoen, near Oslo, Norway, on Friday, Jan. 21, 2011. Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, Europe's fourth-largest discount carrier, expects to reach a cooperation agreement on feeder traffic with Finnair Oyj in the first quarter. Photographer: Tomm W. Christiansen/Bloomberg via Getty Images Bloomberg—Bloomberg via Getty Images

Norwegian Airlines Is Giving Away Free Flights to Europe

The holidays came a little bit early for those looking to get away.

Norwegian Airlines is gifting free flights around Europe to a few lucky U.S. citizens with its aptly named “Free Shipping” sale. Themed as an auction of sorts, there are a number of items you can enter to win—Matryoshka dolls from Prague and a pearl bracelet from Majorca, to name a few.

Each item has a price, but if you're the one chosen to win that item, Norwegian will also send you to the destination. So, you're getting a free vacation, along with a souvenir from the airline.

Going with the idea of “free shipping,” Norwegian makes a pretty promise to winners: “No cardboard box for you! You’ll be shipped in comfort on a 787 Dreamliner, built to reduce jet lag with its smart lighting and fresher in-cabin air.” Sounds good.

To enter, head to the Norwegian Free Shipping website and put your name on the Standby List. A new place is put up every few hours, so keep your eyes peeled.

The contest ends December 20, so there are only a few more hours of incredible deals.

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