2015/2016 Update | The Cheapest Time to Fly to Hawaii

2015/2016 Update | The Cheapest Time to Fly to Hawaii

Our four-step 2015 guide to Hawaii travel deals features the best time to fly to Hawaii throughout 2015 and how much you can expect to pay. We’ve included the most likely dates to find Hawaii deals that not only help you save on Hawaii airfare, but on accommodations and activities as well.

Step 1: What to Pay for Hawaii Deals.

Great news for the rest of 2015! We expect to see more competition and discounting than normal on Hawaii routes. This is based largely on extremely low fuel prices which permit the airlines to still make money even on reduced airfares.

West Coast Departures: Starting from $300′s round-trip including all taxes and fees for spring and fall 2015.

Midwest and East Coast Departures: Expect to pay $250 to $300 more although some sales will result in even lower prices.

Tip: Overall, low season airfares should be down moderately when compared with 2013-2014.

Step 2: When to Travel for Hawaii Deals

  • Through June 4, 2015.
  • August 17 through November 19 and December 1-10, 2015.
  • If you are traveling at the Christmas/New Year holidays, the lowest priced dates will be December 24, 25, 31 and January 1.
  • Avoid January and February 2016, which are traditionally high season dates. We’ll update the possibility of deals at that time when more information is available.
  • Also avoid Spring Break, which in 2016 will be cover most of March.

Tip: A spring or fall Hawaii vacation gets our unequivocal thumbs up. First, the very best in Hawaii weather is found during spring and fall. You can also luxuriate in the feeling of having the islands all to yourself, something that’s only possible during low season.

Step 3: When to Buy Hawaii Deals.

This largely depends on your flexibility and how determined you are to take a Hawaii vacation. Sometimes the deal that is available now is the best option even if it isn’t the rock bottom price, rather than one that may or may not materialize later. Monitoring for the very best fare can also be quite time consuming.

  • Spring 2015 travel – Hawaii deals may continue to appear. Check our latest Hawaii airfare sales.
  • Late Summer and Fall 2015 travel – look for Hawaii deals to start appearing by early Summer 2015 and continue thereafter.
  • Christmas in Hawaii travel – most advantageous to book as early as possible, or at the very last minute if there is any remaining availability.
  • Winter 2016 travel – update to follow.

Tip: At Beat of Hawaii we have our fishing net out to catch Hawaii travel deals for you. We’ll reel them in and be first to let you know when they appear. Please subscribe to our free mail and Facebook updates then stay tuned.

Step 4: Best Gateway Cities for Flights to Hawaii – AKA Where the Deals are.

Some cities continue to have increased competition. Travelers using these airports can expect to benefit most in terms of best pricing and greater availability. Those cities are:

  • Bellingham
  • Oakland
  • Portland
  • San Diego
  • San Jose
  • Seattle

Airlines that Fly to Hawaii.

The two primary choices from the west coast are Hawaiian Airlines and Alaska Airlines. Both are great carriers that have a wide range of offerings. Their prices on competitive services are usually but not always similar. There are other choices as well.

  • Hawaiian Airlines flies to Honolulu, Hawaii (Big Island), Kauai, and Maui from Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, Oakland, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose and Seattle. They also offer inter-island service between all islands.
  • Alaska Airlines flies to Honolulu, Hawaii (Big Island), Kauai, and Maui from Anchorage, Bellingham, Oakland, Portland, Sacramento, San Diego, San Jose, and Seattle.
  • Allegiant Air flies to Honolulu from Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Their base pricing can often be the lowest. However, they feature a la carte pricing that includes fees for carry-on luggage and even water on board. Their seats do not recline.
  • Legacy carriers, including American, Delta and United all have a range of flights to and from Hawaii from most areas of the U.S. While there can be (and recently has been) discounting on these companies as well, it is not nearly as frequent as on the airlines above which specialize in Hawaii.

Lastly, we look forward to your comments and questions. While we are not able to respond to all of these individually, we hope that we have answered many of your most asked questions here or in previous comments. If you would like to respond to others’ comments and questions, we encourage that.

Watch for updates.

We continue to update this information as changes occur. Also subscribe to our free deal alert emails.

E komo mai – Welcome to Hawaii. Mahalo and A Hui Hou!




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992 Comments

  1. Ruth (2 weeks ago)

    Hi! Thank you so much for providing great information. I have a couple of questions. What does “early summer” mean? Would that be now or should I wait until July? Also I am traveling from RDU to HNL 8/21-8/27 on Delta. I tried to book a couple of weeks back when the prices were $719 but they’ve been holding steady at $996. Do you think there will be a price decrease or should I go ahead and buy?

    • Beat of Hawaii (2 weeks ago)

      Hi Ruth,

      For your dates prices “should” drop as it is low season. The price we’re seeing for your dates is $856 on USAirways. We don’t know when or if that will happen, and early summer means by the end of June generally.

      Aloha.

  2. Justin (2 weeks ago)

    Hi There – Fiance and I are going to Maui for our honeymoon. Leaving Sunday March 13th 2016 from Las Vegas. We are flying home the next Sunday 20th but flying into LAX. I keep checking and pricing is all over the place, today most of the flights have now greatly increased. Any tips on when we should book and what we should expect to see?

    • Beat of Hawaii (2 weeks ago)

      Hi Justin,

      You’re looking at $650 right now. It may well not get better, inasmuch as that is during spring break.

      Aloha.

  3. Mariana A Furtado (2 weeks ago)

    Hi, Amazing site!! Found a deal today for 300 r/t Maui – Lax July 24th (I already have my ticket to go) Do you think I should get it now or should I wait till end of May?
    Thanks a lot,
    Mari

    • Beat of Hawaii (2 weeks ago)

      Hi Mariana,

      Sounds like a deal too good to pass up.

      Aloha.

  4. Michelle (2 weeks ago)

    We are planning to travel to Maui from San Jose Nov 19, returning Nov 26.
    Do you consider those dates part of your ‘fall season wait until early summer 2015 to book for best deals’, or does proximity to Thanksgiving make a difference?
    I see $595 nonstop but have paid as little as $360 several years back for similar dates.
    We have heard that the saturday after thanksgiving is a very expensive day to travel so we are flexible about thursday to thursday or saturday to saturday, depending mostly on airfares, as there are 4 of us traveling.
    Thanks so much for your help – happy to wait until early summer if best deals for our dates available them, but if Thanksgiving travel means this is a good deal now, don’t want to wait and then potentially have to pay more as fewer seats available?

    • Beat of Hawaii (2 weeks ago)

      Hi Michelle,

      Yes that’s Thanksgiving and it makes a huge difference, especially not with a much stronger travel economy. $600 is reasonable. Could drop but not likely.

      Aloha.

  5. Robert (2 weeks ago)

    My wife and I are traveling to Hawaii in October 17-25, 2015 with 2 friends. We are not sure where to find the best flight from Kentucky and where to visit while we are visiting and pricing we should consider to be good and a safe place.

    • Beat of Hawaii (2 weeks ago)

      Hi Robert,

      SDF-HNL is running about 1,000 for weekends and low 800′s for mid-week. Might get better by $100 or more. Knoxville is about the same – a little higher on mid-week.

      Hawaii is generally extremely safe, period. As for where to visit, we suggest you check out the Hawaii Revealed series of guidebooks, either available for purchase online, at bookstores, or at libraries.

      Aloha.

  6. Val (2 weeks ago)

    We’re flying to Maui end of October. Right now flights are about $450-$520 R/T per person. You expect flights will go down in the summer?

    Thanks

    • Beat of Hawaii (2 weeks ago)

      Hi Val,

      We have no further information other than what you see. There is no rush on buying for October as it is and will be wide open and low season.

      Aloha.

  7. Thi (2 weeks ago)

    Hi,

    What a wonderful site! my family and I are planning on going to Oahu from LAX in early October, Monday October 5th to Monday October 12th. I see on Hawaiian Airlines that RT flights are currently $449, should we book now or wait until early summer?

  8. REBECCA (2 weeks ago)

    HI!
    Is $728 RT a good price for LAX-LIH 6/18-6/26 of this year? Wondering if the price will drop this late in the game.
    thanks!!

    • Beat of Hawaii (2 weeks ago)

      Hi Rebecca,

      That’s a fair price for your dates. Doubtful that it will get better unless it is at the very last minute – like a few days ahead.

      Aloha.

  9. Jessica (2 weeks ago)

    Hello!

    We are looking to go to Honolulu in October of this year. I looked online today at Expedia and flights were about $850 (starting from Tennessee). Is this a good deal? Should we wait until later to book or jump on it now?

    Thank you!

    • Beat of Hawaii (2 weeks ago)

      Hi Jessica,

      That price is about average in the current environment. Our best suggestion per the post is to wait.

      Aloha.

  10. Emily (3 weeks ago)

    Hi!

    Sorry to ask yet another question. We are going to Kauai from LAX in mid-August and have already booked our outgoing flight with miles. One ways returning LIH-LAX are around $400 (for one way) right now. Is this likely to drop in the coming months?

    Thanks!

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Emily,

      Don’t think that cost will come down. If you want to try something adventuresome however, you might look for LIH-SAN that has a stop in LAX. If you only have carry-on, you can just get off at LAX and not reboard the SAN flight. That can sometimes save hundreds on a one-way ticket.

      Aloha.

  11. Leslie G (3 weeks ago)

    Hi,

    While we already have our flights booked to Mau in June, we would like to book a one day trip to Oahu. Since Island Air is discontinuing its service, do you think prices for inter island flights will come down in price or up in price due to no competition.

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Leslie,

      Probably no change on Hawaiian. But it is definitely best to buy immediately as availability is a concern.

      Aloha.

  12. Cherie (3 weeks ago)

    HI,

    My husband and I are going to Maui 9/12-9/19 flying out of LAX. Been looking at fares for a couple months now and they just keep going up.. Right now they are about 685 roundtrip each. Do you suggest waiting closer to date to book to see if they drop or book now? The flight I checked was non stop and it was the only one all other times weren’t non stop. any advice?

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Cherie,

      Our suggestions are as listed in the post. Wait.

      Aloha.

  13. Jim (3 weeks ago)

    Looking for flights from Bay Area SFO/OAK to Hawaii from June 5 to June 12; currently priced around $600 RT; will it get cheaper? Dates are somewhat flexible.

    Thanks!

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Jim,

      It doesn’t look like it will go down. Very slim chance as Bay area supply and demand seem in good check right now.

      Aloha.

  14. Sarah (3 weeks ago)

    Aloha!

    I am traveling to Maui from South Florida in October/Nov this year and found a deal for $736 today. Should I snag this? I’ve never seen a lower rate.

    Many mahalos,

    Sarah

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Sarah,

      Yes $736 would be a great deal!

      Aloha.

  15. Amy (3 weeks ago)

    My husband and I want to celebrate our 25th in Hawaii this summer/early fall. We just don’t know where/what island to stay on for the most romantic. Any input would be awesome!

    • Amy (3 weeks ago)

      Forgot to say we’re out of the Black Hills of South Dakota

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Amy,

      You can’t go wrong! If you’re a forum research type of person, there are many Hawaii forums to check. If you’re more a book person, try the Hawaii Revealed series of guidebooks, which most libraries will have.

      Aloha.

  16. Sandy (3 weeks ago)

    What to expect to pay and when to buy flights from denver to kona in September?
    Sandy

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Sandy,

      When to buy is already outlined. Current price is high $500′s. There have been a lot of Denver sales at about $100-$150 less, which is the “potential” savings.

      Aloha.

  17. Lydia (3 weeks ago)

    Hi, I love your website. My family would like to travel to Los Angeles and stay 2 or 3 days and travel from there to Hawaii for 4 days. Is it possible to do a layover in Los Angeles and then catch a flight to Hawaii or do we have to buy one way tickets to Los Angeles and a round trip ticket from Texas to Hawaii. We live in Texas or would that be to expensive?

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Lydia,

      Price largely depends on when you travel, as you’ve already seen. You can try pricing it either as two tickets or as one with a stopover. They price out quite similarly at about $800. The reason a ticket with a stopover may work better is regarding the return. With separate tickets you might need to recheck bags in Los Angeles, go through security, pay a second bag fee, plus have a connecting flight instead of a non-stop to Texas.

      Aloha.

  18. Daniel Huang (3 weeks ago)

    I am looking for flights from Los Angeles to Maui for the end of August. I read the article on your awesome website about looking for tickets in the beginning of summer. Currently, the best price I could find was on Delta for $690. How much lower should I expect the price to drop? Thanks!

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Daniel,

      The potential savings by waiting could be in the $100-$200 range, depending on a lot of to be determined variables.

      Aloha.

  19. Travis (4 weeks ago)

    I am heading to HNL for the dates of 8/12-8/19 for an event. I’m traveling from Dallas-Fort Worth, right now it looks like Alaska Air is the cheapest at $757. Is there any chance the price will go down? I am just curious if I need to wait until May or June to book?

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Travis,

      Shoulder dates between high and low summer season. Price could drop if you wait – might be worth trying. The AA nonstop looks a lot more comfortable and will save you some hours.

      Aloha.

  20. kelly (4 weeks ago)

    traveling to maul oct 11- oct 18 from SJC , right now i just find 498 roundtrip ( 5 travelers) . do you think fares will go down?

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Kelly,

      Probably will go down somewhat if you wait per details in post.

      Aloha.

  21. Wendy (4 weeks ago)

    This is my first time going to Maui. We want to go December 11th through the 16th from Portland, Oregon to Maui. The cheapest straight flight is through Alaska for $643 rt and $443 indirect through United. What do you think of these prices? Should I wait? I have a family of five going.

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Wendy,

      We’d call those shoulder dates – between low and high seasons. Are you willing to spend two hours more and have an extra flight to save the $200? If so United is certainly the better deal. Prices could come down during the summer, but that is definitely not guaranteed or even likely.

      Aloha.

  22. Trevor (4 weeks ago)

    Hi!,
    Looking to fly into Kaui or Maui in the first week of September for my honeymoon. Will be flying out of Milwaukee or Chicago. Any advice on when/best time to book. Thanks

    Trevor

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Trevor,

      There’s nothing more than we’ve already said.

      Aloha.

  23. Tonya (4 weeks ago)

    Hello Brat of Hawaii,
    We are going to Hawaii December 19-January 2, 2016 to spend a week on the big island and a week on Kauaui from MSP. Is it generally better to book flights from Midwest separately from flights heading to Hawaii from some of the west coast hubs? Or will we get a better price booking from MSP to Hawaii with potential layovers along west coast?
    Thanks in advance for any help! We know Christmas rates will be higher generally, just looking for best possible fares.
    Tonya

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Tonya,

      It is generally better to book straight through unless you are really planning a stopover. Otherwise you will have to recheck and pay again for bags and go through security a second time. Plus there’s always the possibility of a missed connection that even travel insurance does not cover.

      The price is about $1400 and it will probably not get better. It looks like those peak holiday dates are nearly sold out based on the prices we are seeing, even from the west coast. Best to buy sooner than later.

      Aloha.

  24. Kim (4 weeks ago)

    Hello,

    My husband and I are planning our first big family vacation. We have a large family (2 adults and 5 children) and were wondering if you had any suggestions of where to stay and what would be the cheapest airline to fly? We’re flying out of Seattle and are very flexible on dates and would like to stay for 10 days.

    Thank you in advance!!

    Kim

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Kim,

      Your choices are Hawaiian, Alaska and Delta. Check them all. Seattle is seeing quite a bit of competition so that’s good news.

      We like the Hawaii Revealed series of guidebooks for trip planning if you aren’t familiar with Hawaii. Online forums are good too if you prefer that type of research. We’ve already listed the cheapest dates to fly.

      Aloha.

  25. Sherry Rodgers (4 weeks ago)

    Love your site! When would be the best time to purchase airfare from Washington DC area to Maui for late January 2016 to mid February 2016? Any clue what we can expect to pay? Thanks for any assistance.

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Sherry,

      Mid-$800′s is the price right now, and that may or may not improve. Best hope might be in the $700′s as deals from DC to Hawaii don’t happen much if at all.

      Aloha.

  26. Kathy (4 weeks ago)

    My boyfriend and I will be going to Maui Nov. 18-25th 2015, when would you suggest I start looking to purchase our tickets??

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Kathy,

      Our best thoughts on this are already contained in the post. It is too soon – await fall deals.

      Aloha.

  27. Jana (4 weeks ago)

    We are traveling from Chicago to Kauai July 30 – Aug 5th. I’m seeing lowest RT airfare of $1020 right now. Would you consider this a good price or should I expect that prices will go down if I wait until June? I am seeing much cheaper airfares for same RT flights at different times of the year – I july/aug typically more expensive or am I looking too far in advance? We are buying tickets for 5 or 6 people so the difference between $1100/ticket and $750/ticket will be significant.

    Thanks!

    • Beat of Hawaii (3 weeks ago)

      Hi Jana,

      That’s high season, as stated. It might or might not drop if you wait – airlines will decide that later. That is a fair price for your dates.

      Aloha.

  28. Robin (4 weeks ago)

    Hi…we are flying from Pennsylvania to Honolulu 8/12-8/26. Prices are a little lower than we paid last summer. Is it smart to go ahead and book the flights now in fear that they will fill up or should I wait a bit longer to see if fares will drop?

    • Beat of Hawaii (4 weeks ago)

      Hi Robin.

      Just over $850 RT, which isn’t too bad. It isn’t likely to sell out for those dates, and the prices may or may not decline from there. If you buy now, just don’t look back.

      Aloha.

  29. Debra (4 weeks ago)

    My husband and I are looking to visit Kauai the end of September 2015. We live in Florida so not sure the best rates for leaving out of Tampa and the best time to buy?

    Thanks
    Debra

    • Beat of Hawaii (4 weeks ago)

      Hi Debra,

      $866 on Delta with reasonable connections. When to buy is already in the post. Might or might not get better. There is no competitive market for travel from Florida to Hawaii.

      Aloha.

  30. Ryan (1 month ago)

    Hello again. I’m following up from a previous post about traveling from Boston to Honolulu and then Maui to Boston 11-1 through 11-12. We have established that it will be best to wait until early summer for deals this time of year, but could you give me an idea of about what price point I should be looking for, for the round trip flight? Thanks again for your help. This site is great!

    • Beat of Hawaii (4 weeks ago)

      Hi Ryan,

      There won’t be deals from Boston as there is virtually no Hawaii market from there. But as for best pricing, you might expect the $600′s. In fact there is such a price now on Delta. $689. Definitely not bad and it may not get any better. Other airlines are starting at about $100 more. Hope that helps.

      Aloha.

  31. Peta (1 month ago)

    Thank you! Sorry I didn’t give very many details. We’re travelling from Vancouver, BC via Portland Oregon on Alaska Airlines….we’re also using a companion fare. So the fully paid fare came to about $600.

  32. Tina (1 month ago)

    Just found your site. Wondering if we can expect to see any good deals for PDX to Honolulu in late November 2015? Right now I’m finding round trip with Alaska Air for $450 each. I did see that you suggested in the above article to check for deals starting in early summer…which means when, May? June? Thanks!

    • Beat of Hawaii (1 month ago)

      Hi Tina,

      That is a good deal. A very good one. End of November isn’t a cheap time so it would be best to buy now.

      Aloha.

  33. Peta (1 month ago)

    Hi There

    We’re travelling to Kona between Nov 6-Nov 14. I have a found a good deal for approximately $850 return for 2 of us…do think it’s going to get any better or should I snag this now?

    • Beat of Hawaii (1 month ago)

      Hi Peta,

      While you didn’t say where you are traveling from, anytime you can fly for around $400 or so that is a great deal. And better to snag one now than to have to keep watching and waiting in many cases.

      Aloha.

  34. Tammy (1 month ago)

    Hello again. I just want to thank you for answering my previous question about a May 29 – June 5 flight out of San Diego to Kauai. As it turns out waiting until the last minute has indeed paid off today as there was a price drop of over $100 I snagged 2 tickets under $500 round trip . WooHoo! Not sure I could stomach waiting until the last weeks again. It’s kind of like playing the stock market. I sure hope there are many happy travelers out of San Diego today. Thanks again for answering all of our nervous questions. Much aloha and mahalo.

    • Beat of Hawaii (1 month ago)

      Hi Tammy,

      So glad that worked out for you!

      Aloha.

  35. Marilyn (1 month ago)

    Enjoy your site. Planning trip to Kauai 9-17 to 9-24-15 out of LAX or SAN or BUR and remember a low fare for that time of year but do not remember when it was advertised. Any chance of that happening in May?

    • Beat of Hawaii (1 month ago)

      Hi Marilyn.

      Sure that’s possible. But as it says, more likely in June or after.

      Aloha.

  36. Thanh (1 month ago)

    Hi, Very helpful site! My family of four will be traveling August 11-17 and staying in Oahu. We plan on waiting until mid May/June to buy tickets out of Southern California planning LAX (but can do BUR or SAN if the savings are significant) to Honolulu. It seems by that time, the best priced tickets would be around $500 each, should I buy when they hit that price or do you think they’ll drop further? Should I wait until later in June or July to purchase?

    Thank you!

    • Beat of Hawaii (1 month ago)

      Hi Thanh,

      That’s running $700 or so on all airlines other than Allegiant (which is $200 less in theory).

      For your dates the prices could drop, but if so and by how much, isn’t clear yet. Yes it might be better to wait until we see late summer/fall airfare sales. That might be within the next 60 days.

      Aloha.

  37. Tara (1 month ago)

    Hello,

    I am looking for tickets for a trip from September 1st through the 8th. What do you think will be the best price i can get. I saw on kayak a round trip for 405 from san diego to maui. Is that good or do you think they will get lower than that around the beginning of summer still?

    Thank you for your time!

    • Beat of Hawaii (1 month ago)

      Hi Tara,

      It could get a little better, but not by very much. May $50.

      Aloha.

  38. Frank Gonzalez (1 month ago)

    Family of four traveling July 8-15 three seats one lap infant. I’ve been watching fares since last October currently around 700/rt. Is there any chance fares will drop last minute like they do for winter and spring for this time period. Flying from Southern California to Honolulu. What is the best advice?

    • Beat of Hawaii (1 month ago)

      Hi Frank.

      In a word, no. That is high season travel during to an in-demand location in a very strong travel year.

      Aloha.

    • Frank (4 weeks ago)

      Found a deal today for 603 r/t lax -hnl July 8-16 is that good everything else has been 714. Wait till end of May or purchase now?

    • Beat of Hawaii (4 weeks ago)

      Hi Frank.

      Sounds like quite a good price really. While it could get a little better, that isn’t at all likely.

      Aloha.

  39. Anthony (1 month ago)

    HI, My family (2 x adults & 2 x kids 9, 6) have booked flights from Brisbane Australia to Honolulu on 27th November returning 10th December. I am wanting to visit the big island and Maui also and was wondering when to book and what price to expect for inter island flights at this time. Kind regards Anthony

    • Beat of Hawaii (1 month ago)

      Hi Anthony,

      There can be inter-island airfare sales. But, they aren’t always in that availability of sale prices isn’t for the most desirable times. Therefore, as a rule of thumb, we’d suggest booking inter-island as far out as possible. For Big Island your only choice will be Hawaiian Airlines, so you’ll need to pay the going rates, that are largely time of day dependent.

      Aloha.

  40. Casey (1 month ago)

    High, great site! I’m wondering about the best time (or price range to look for) for travelling to Kona/Hilo from Minneapolis in late January 2016. All the prices I’m seeing now are in the $800+ range except for a few Alaska Air flights.

    • Beat of Hawaii (1 month ago)

      Thanks Casey.

      January is high season in Hawaii so deals aren’t expected. It’s even worse from MSP since there are rarely deals to Hawaii. That doesn’t mean a fare war couldn’t happen, it just is not at all likely. Sorry to not have better news.

      Aloha.

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