Say "Aloha!" to a wonderful deal.
If taking a trip to Hawaii has been lingering on your travel bucket list for far too long, now may finally be the time to check it off. Flights to the Pacific paradise are now on sale for fall and winter travel.
According to Scott’s Cheap Flights, tickets to Hawaii typically range from $750 round-trip from the West Coast and can run upwards of $900 from other cities around the nation. However, right now, airlines including American, Air Canada, Delta, Hawaiian, and United are offering tickets for much, much less.
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For example, we found several tickets available in October on Delta from Los Angeles to Honolulu for just $453 round-trip. Hawaiian is offering tickets for the same travel dates for $457, and American at $505.
For the same travel dates, fliers can book tickets from Denver to Honolulu for $517 on Alaska Airlines, $577 on United, and $566 on Delta.
Additionally, travelers can book seats from New York City to Honolulu on those same dates for $548 on Hawaiian, $623 on Alaska, and $733 on United.
Right now, customers can also find round-trip tickets for fall travel to Kauai from Montreal for $621, Phoenix for $417, San Francisco for $372, and Seattle for $363, according to Scott’s Cheap Flights.
Those looking to travel to Kona can find round-trip tickets from Portland, Oregon for $333, Salt Lake City for $474, and Seattle from $353.
And, to see the lush greenery of Maui, travelers from Phoenix can get there for as low as $355 round-trip from Portland, San Diego or San Francisco for $372, and Seattle for $376, Scott’s Cheap Flights reported. But you better act fast, as these deals are not expected to last long.