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With Southwest’s entry into the crowded Hawaiian travel market imminent (though no Hawaiian flights are bookable in their current sale), sale prices are again popping up to the islands. This isn’t a full-blown fare war, but several airlines are pricing routes $150 – $250 below average. Options include:

  • Los Angeles to Honolulu from $298 on Alaskan Air; Hilo from $358 Hawaiian Air
  • San Diego to Maui from $308 on Alaskan; Honolulu from $342 on Hawaiian
  • Seattle to Kailua from $335 on United; to Honolulu from $354 on American
  • Baltimore to Kauai from $435 on American; to Maui from $529 on United

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These are basic economy prices for AA, UA, and Alaskan, while Hawaiian fares are main cabin. Holding a UA branded credit card allows you to avoid their baggage restrictions, while all other carriers allow a carry-on. See individual carriers’s websites for how to avoid the basic economy strictures. These fares are good on select dates in March, so they won’t be available for too long.

(SEE ALSO: Hawaiian Airlines Credit Card Limited Time Bonus – Act Quick)

Sample Route

  • Departure: LAX
  • Stops: None
  • Arrival: HNL

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How to Book

  • Follow link for sample dates or search your favorite OTA / Google Flights for departure and destination

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Travel Dates

  • Limited dates in March 2019
  • 7-day stay required

Where to Stay in Hawaii

Things to Do in Hawaii

Good luck and happy flying!

(SEE ALSO: Hawaiian Airlines Credit Card Limited Time Bonus – Act Quick)

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