Hawaii, It’s only one of the best vacation spots on the planet…
This year it all changed. For decades, Hawaii was impossibly expensive to reach by air, forcing people to shell out paychecks (plural) just to live the tropical island dream. And of course, that didn’t even begin to cover hotels! Out of nowhere this year, airlines started slashing prices, with multiple occasions offering flights in the high $300’s, but today, and perhaps today only, you can do so much better, thanks to $247 round trip flights to Hawaii on top airlines like Hawaiian, Delta, American and United. Get your perennially unhip floral shirt ready, you’re just clicks from an amazing trip…
We won’t waste any time selling you on the merits of Hawaii. Beaches – good, blue waters – good, food – good, picturesque backgrounds – really good. Ok, all set. Hawaiian and American Airlines are competing to win your Hawaii travel, with round trip flights from Los Angeles and Seattle under $250, and other great cities like San Diego and Las Vegas on sale for just over $300.
Travel rewards the spontaneous, and as such, these deals are available for travel through the end of September 2018 only. In many cases, you could even jet off tomorrow. What are all those work vacation days piled up for anyway? Oh, and there’s no minimum stay, so even a long weekend is totally doable!
How To Book
We’ve stacked up all the best deals for you to jet off to the good life ASAP. Simply click the following Google Flights links, play with dates and then follow their incredibly simple instructions to book something unforgettable. Oh, and here’s the story on the weather situation there now, which is all good. Here are the best round trip deals to Hawaii like: $247 Los Angeles to Kona or Kauai, $247 Seattle to Kauai or Kona, $299 Los Angeles to Maui or Honolulu, $299 Seattle to Maui Or Honolulu, $336 Las Vegas to Kona, $337 San Diego to Maui, $350 Portland to Kona and $450 from New York, Boston or Chicago to Kona or Kauai.
Are you booking one of these phenomenal deals to Hawaii?
Featured image courtesy of the St. Regis Kauai.
Absolutely! I cancelled our Avios booking and swapped it to a CSR award for about 16k points R/T. Saved 26k points and added an extra night on our Grand Hyatt Kauai booking. Plus will earn some AA miles for the paid flight.
Note: American and Hawaiian are the better carriers here – Delta prices into the crappy no-seat-assignment fare bucket.
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