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You Can Now Fly From Edmonton To Kelowna, BC For Only $98

Weekend getaway for super cheap!

The beautiful city of Kelowna--home to wineries, orchards, a gorgeous hilly landscape and amazing weather (by Canadian standards), is a wonderful place to visit. And the cards seem to be in your favour YEG, because even though the article title may seem too good to be true, Chris Myden of YEGdeals  has proved otherwise.

READ ALSO: 6 Christmas Events and Markets To Hit Up In Edmonton This Holiday Season

NewLeaf Travel has dropped down their prices of this route for the rest of November till early December. You can fly round-trip from Edmonton to Kelowna (on the select days that NewLeaf operates) for just $98. So maybe take a break from your online shoppi--I mean...productive work day, and plan an affordable little getaway!

Keep in mind that you do need to pay for luggage on these flights, including a carry-on (unless you’re a packing genius and can fit all your weekend necessities in a free personal-sized bag i.e. a large purse/small backpack).

So, start packing for a quick and cheap weekend escape with your friends! Go explore another city, enjoy some winter-time wine tasting (just make sure to check which ones are open year-round).

For more detailed instructions, visit NewLeaf or YEGdeals.

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