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Here’s a deal from New York/Newark to Kona (Big Island of Hawaii). Airfare as low as $325 roundtrip

What’s the deal

  • From New York/Newark, NJ (EWR) to Kona (KOA)
  • Travel dates between September and early December 2018
  • Search availability by going to Google Flights


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Image courtesy of United Airlines

Use as low as 21,000 Chase Ultimate Rewards

If you have the Chase Sapphire Reserve, and have Ultimate Reward Points, you can book this roundtrip ticket for as low as 21,000 Chase URs.

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Image courtesy of Chase

These types of deals do go by quickly. If you have been thinking of going to Hawaii and fly there for less, here’s a good opportunity to pay less using cash, or using less points using your Chase Ultimate Rewards.

Will you be taking advantage of this deal? Good luck.


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