Just use the following current travel deals and coupon codes - they're updated regularly and can be used whether you're a Scandinavia traveler or not. Don't forget to maximize your savings with the popular 10 best budget travel tips for Scandinavia.
Hotels.com is giving travelers cash back: $20 with a 3-Night Booking, $30 with a 5-Night Booking, $50 with a 8-Night Booking, $75 with an 10-Night Booking, and $100 with a 12-Night Booking. The coupon is valid for quite a while but (Hotels.com keep extending it on their site, so make sure you use the direct link above.)
Under their website's "Deals" section, Rail Europe currently offers a free shipping deal on train tickets, and "bill me later" payment options. Now when you book a Eurostar Standard Premier ticket, you not only get spacious first class accommodations, but 20% off and a $20 Amazon.com Gift Card as a special bonus. You’ll also get 2-for-1 entry into some of Europe’s finest museums and galleries. Short time bonus: Book a 6, 8, or 10 day Eurail Select Pass and enjoy 1 additional travel day for free. Offer is available for 1st class in Adult, Child and Saver, and 2nd class for Youth.
Cruise Direct's European Cruises have been reduced to just $199 and up. Cruises come in all kinds of different lengths and prices, along with a neat 2013 best-price guarantee and free 2-night hotel coupons.
If you find a lower online rate than your ChoiceHotels.com booking, they will match the lowest rate plus give you a FREE night. If you book in advance you also receive a 20% rebate on the hotel booked through Choice Hotels.
Hotel website Otel.com has good prices - not just on hotels in Scandinavia - and if you visit their Facebook page, you can get a coupon for 10% off. There's also a 5% cash back program and a low price guarantee. A very nice deal, I think.
Isango currently lets you use coupon code "CJHLNAK" and get a 7% discount on all non-discounted tours and activities worldwide. Enter the code during checkout on Isango