Seattle or Portland to Hawaii This Summer $169


Alaska Airlines has great “Hawaii On Sale” pricing to get you from the Pacific Northwest to Hawaii this summer:

Seattle to Honolulu $169

Portland to Maui $169

As I mentioned last month, Alaska is expanding with service from Oakland to Hawaii starting early November.  While the sale has official ended, I still find some seats at the following introductory pricing available:

Oakland to Kona $169

Oakland to Maui $169

  • These fares are one way, plus tax.
  • Rules say you must purchase tickets by June 17

4 thoughts on “Seattle or Portland to Hawaii This Summer $169”

  1. Jeff/Rob,

    Do you guys consider the OAK-OGG fare of $169 to be a great deal? I found dates that work in December, but I get the sense from you guys that fares for the winter will drop later this summer. The sale ends on Wed, would love your thoughts!

    by the way, the $169 is one-way before taxes. the RT works out to be just under $360.


  2. hello– i do not know where to post this but i am here on the big island and have ended up in a horrible predicament and i just wanted to warn fellow travelers of making the same mistake.
    i am in honokaa on the big island – was told it was 15 minutes from the beach and 50 min from kona and that the town was in walking distance ——- WRONG !! beach is at least 45 min , kona is about 2 hours and the town is 30 min downhill and about 1 1/2 hours up a steep hill and it rains all the time and roach infested— BOTTOM LINE — stay in KONA it is the only place with good weather and beaches — it is not worth saving money elsewhere and if you must stay elsewhere i suggest you call a realtor or shop owner in the area who will tell the truth about your location— i have signed a 3 month contract and now have to find a new place –anyway — i hope no one else has to experience this — good luck and be diligent. happy travels

    1. Hi Catherine,

      Sorry about your situation. Doing diligent research in advance of any trip is, as you say a very good idea. I think Honokaa is darling, and you might have too if you’d known what to expect. It isn’t, however, a town where most visitors would want to spend their Big Island vacation.

      Aloha, Rob

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