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Christmas giveaway

It’s the season of giving, so we’re celebrating the holidays with a giveaway! Every Sunday for the next 4 weeks, newsletter subscribers can win one of our great prizes. Sign up to receive our newsletter now – but don’t worry if you’re already a subscriber, you are automatically in the running.

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Win great prizes!

Week 1: Win a giftcard from 66° North with a value of 50,000 ISK. Keep yourself warm in products from one of Iceland's finest companies, keeping Icelanders warm since 1926.

Week 2: Win 1 of 5 packages of Icelandic books and candy, for peak Icelandic Christmas hygge.

Week 3: Win 1 of 3 Icelandic sweaters in Icelandair brand colors. The winners will get to choose the size of the sweaters, which are designed and hand-knitted in Iceland.

Week 4: Win round-trip flights to Iceland for 2 people from any Icelandair destination, together with 2 Blue Lagoon Comfort passes.

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Iceland's Christmas traditions

Christmas in Iceland – The Yule Lads: If your mother was a fearsome ogress, your father a lazy ogre, and you lived in a cold and grimy cave up in the mountains, do you think you’d be very nice? Well, the Icelandic Yule Lads aren’t particularly. There are 13 of these troublesome brothers, each one arriving in one of the 13 nights before Christmas to wreak havoc in Icelandic homes.

Jólabókaflóð: the Christmas flood of books: A country of bookworms, Iceland prints more books per capita than any other country in the world, with over 50% of Icelanders reading more than eight books per year. It’s no surprise, then, that one of Iceland’s best-loved Christmas traditions revolves around reading.

Christmas at 66 Degrees North: How do you celebrate Christmas on the edge of the Arctic region, in a season when the sun provides less than 5 hours of daylight?