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Aloha, flight deals…

The next time you go to search flights to Hawaii for that dream trip and find prices in the $500’s and up, remember this article. Hawaii is everything you could hope it would be, with deep blue seas, green palm trees and the exotic feel that makes any trip feel totally “worth it”. If you want to explore the idyllic islands for yourself, these $285 round trip flights are about as good as you’ll ever do, so get in while they’re hot….

Andaz Maui, a Hyatt hotel.

The Flight Deals

Maui or Honolulu? That’s the only big call you’ll need to make. All the “big” U.S. airlines like Delta, American, United, Hawaiian and Alaska are out with matching flash sales to Hawaii, with prices starting at a mere $285 round trip. That’s a good deal for anywhere, let alone the majesty of Hawaii. The lowest deals are available from the West Coast, from cities like: Los Angeles, Seattle, San Jose, San Diego and Las Vegas.

The Dates

Winter is coming, and with that comes rain, clouds and cold. In Hawaii however, the weather in October, November and December is a lovely 75-90°, perfect for a day in the sun. These deals are available for travel in October, November and December, and some even linger into January and February of 2019.

How To Book Hawaii

If you have points, it can even make sense to use points to fly to one of these deal cities for free, because these flight deals are tough to beat. Simply follow these easy to use Google Flights links below, which will take you directly to the best Hawaii deals from each city. Like: $284 Seattle to Kauai, Maui or Honolulu$285 Los Angeles to Honolulu or Maui, $285 Portland to Honolulu$302 San Diego to Honolulu or Maui, $302 San Francisco to Honolulu or Kona, $350 Las Vegas to Honolulu or Maui and $498 New York to Honolulu. Oh, and don’t forget to check out options to use points for hotels. An almost free trip is tough to beat…

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