If snagging a gig like a beer-drinking travel internship and logging it on Instagram sounds like a dream job, or if being paid $70,000 as the official tweeter for the Royals gets you giddy, then we have another can’t-miss social media-lovin’ career opp for you. Yep, there is no shortage of envy-inducing work, and if you like Snapchat and travel, read on for all the deets. There’s an airline that wants to let you travel for free in exchange for your Snapchat stories.


WOW air, a budget airline based out of Iceland, explains on their Snaptraveler page that they “are looking for four creative, fun and interesting people to travel across the world for free and share their journey with our friends on Snapchat this summer.” Does this sound appealing? (Yes, the answer is yes.) If you’re chosen, you’ll be heading out “on four trips, lasting three to eight days each. Flights, hotels, activities and a travel allowance all paid for by WOW air, so you travel for free. Also, you will gain massive social media exposure and some priceless memories.”


The airline might be based in Iceland, but no worries international buddies, because even if you’re not in their locale, they’ve got you covered. The lucky chosen group of “four SnapTravelers will be flown to Iceland to meet the WOW marketing team and go over every detail of the program. From then on the mission will be to travel between any of WOW air’s 28 destinations.” So who exactly are they looking for? You need creative chops, ambition, a passion for travel and “WOW factor.” You got this in the bag ;)

If this sounds like the snappy opportunity you’ve been dreaming of, all you need to do is create a Snapchat story (in English and under two minutes) in order to show off your social media skills. When you have what you think is a winning entry, save it to your phone and upload through the application page. Check out the full promo video below.

Now go get that passport stamped!

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(h/t Thrillist, Photos via Getty and WOWAir)