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5 Airlines Drop Fares | Cheap Flights to Hawaii $358+RT

Prices dropped up to $90 just since yesterday with many more cheap flights to Hawaii added for Summer and Fall. Fares released this afternoon now include the following airlines: Hawaiian Airlines, Virgin America, Alaska AirlinesAmerican Airlines and United Airlines.

Maui and Honolulu are the featured destinations which have great prices from San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, Phoenix and more. Los Angeles is also included. Act now and lock in your travel plans.

Choose your favorite airline (depending on route) and come on down for a great value Hawaii vacation.

New: We also indicate our 11 “best deal picks” from among the routes on sale.


  • Oakland, San Francisco or San Jose $358 (Best deal pick)
  • Seattle $428 (Best deal pick)
  • Los Angeles $481 (was $498 yesterday)


  • Oakland, San Diego, San Jose or Seattle $398 (Best deal pick – was $428 yesterday)
  • Phoenix $458 (Best deal pick)
  • Portland $428 (Best deal pick – was $466 yesterday)
  • San Francisco $398 (Best deal pick – was $488 yesterday)
  • Los Angeles or Sacramento $498
  • Las Vegas $638
  • New York $601 (Best deal pick – was $698 yesterday)

Travel and purchase dates: Purchase immediately as this could end at any time. Travel mid August through September (varies by route and airline). Travel starting either on the mainland or in Hawaii.

Fares and Availability: These are the lowest fares round trip in these market and are not available all dates/flights. Use Hawaiian Airlines, Virgin America and other airlines’ monthly fare calendars to view prices and availability by month.

Notes: First, if you don’t find dates don’t work for you, don’t despair. We expect to see many more Hawaii airfare sales for late summer and fall travel. Also check Alaska Airlines. And subscribe to our free email updates for the latest Hawaii travel deals.

37 thoughts on “5 Airlines Drop Fares | Cheap Flights to Hawaii $358+RT”

  1. Hello,

    We are looking for flights from Phoenix to Kona round trip from 8/7 to 8/13. Is it best to fly directly to Kona, or fly to Honolulu instead, and then to Kona… for cost purposes. Any suggestions on finding the best deals? We need flights for 7 of us.


    1. Hi Erica,

      Not worth the hassle or expense of separate tickets. About $750 right now on American or if you can fly 8/8-8/14 then about $100 less still same carrier. Not expecting any improvement.


  2. Hi! I haven’t taken a vacation in years and finally decided to take my daughter to Hawaii.
    We’ll fly from SLC to Maui in the fall. The best price I’ve seen is $574 round trip per person flying in to Kahului (through Delta). Is this a decent price or should I wait it out? I don’t know what I’m doing 🙁

    Thank you!

    1. Hi Jessica,

      Yes high $500’s is what we’re seeing right now. We suspect that it might get better – say by $50 or so if you wait. And there’s no harm in waiting since availability will not be a concern. Be patient (the airlines are counting on our having no patience.


      1. I will have patience and watch the prices like a hawk. Thank you for your timely response. I appreciate it!

  3. Hello,

    I am searching for deals from Houston to Honolulu in September. Do you suggest I wait for better deals? Thanks!!

    1. Hi Binal,

      $900 right now either nonstop or with a good connection. Gut call is to wait with a target price of $800 or less. No harm in waiting for low season.


  4. Hello! We are looking for airfare for 2 adults and 3 children. We are flying to Honolulu the week of June 27th and staying until July 13th or so? Which airline do you suggest? Which airport would better San Diego, Orange County or LAX? Which day should we fly and can we avoid super long layovers and still save money? Thank you in advance for your help! I’m planning on booking this week!

  5. I think you are doing a great job. Will surely consult you on my next planned visit to Hawaii.

  6. Hello,

    My family and I are planning a trip to Hawaii Dec. 17 through the 21st. We will be traveling from Dallas and need to go to Honolulu. Virgin, which is our preferred airline, doesn’t list any fares for this route beyond 12/14. Do you think we should just wait and watch for them to post their fares or go ahead and book with another airline? Or maybe we are just looking way too soon? I would be so grateful for any advice you could offer.

    Thank you,


    1. Hi Kelly.

      Yes suggest waiting on Virgin America. That route is fairly competitive and you should be fine. We did see the same issue and you might want to call to ask when that can be booked online as it is rather unusual, with most airlines booking 330 days in advance.


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