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Looking for a winter tan?

Forget the Hawaii sales pitch, it’s Hawaii. It’s like asking if you want Madonna, Drake, Bono or Adele to come over and sing to you. You know you want to go to Hawaii, and today, the big ugly things standing in your way known as expensive airline tickets are nowhere to be found. With round trip flights starting at $267, today is the day to lock in your next great adventure. The only question: Kona, Maui, Kauai or Honolulu?

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The Hawaii Flight Deals

Alaska, Sun Country, United, American, Delta and Hawaiian are all bringing the goods. Cyber Monday has brought outstanding flight deals, starting at $267 round trip, with deals from many West Coast cities around the $297 mark. While it’s winter and spring in most of the USA, it’s a balmy and beautiful low 80’s in the gorgeous state of Hawaii.

The Hawaii Travel Dates

The very best deals are around in January and February of 2019, which is handy since they’re usually the most miserable months of the year to be stuck at work without a tan! Get the out of office message ready and get ready to jet off. The lowest deals require a Monday through Thursday departure, but for just a few bucks more you can leave on a Friday.

How To Book Your Flights

These deals are so good, it could be worth a short road trip to one of these cities, if you happen to live nearby. For each deal, booking is easy and can be done using Google Flights by simply changing dates. Google Flights will take you directly to the page where you enter your info and get everything sorted. Here are the best round trip deals, like…

Using Points: Any of these flights can be booked by cashing in credit card points. If you book using the Chase Sapphire Reserve card, you get 1.5 cents of value for every point you use, so 18,000 points would be enough to book a $267 ticket. Simply find the deal you want to book, and then login to Chase, or another credit card program to pay with points…

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