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Spring, Summer and Fall Hawaii Deals From $189

We’ve scoured the web today for the best Hawaii deals from in demand west coast cities. Excellent prices that we’ve found let you lock in your Hawaii vacation sooner than would normally be possible.

Today’s fares below begin at just $189 each way including all taxes and fees. Dates vary by route and include spring (now through mid-June), summer (starting mid-August) and fall (through mid-December). We all know that waiting and watching for the best Hawaii deals is exhausting. With these airfares, you can save time while saving money. We think that’s a great way to reduce stress about your Hawaii vacation.

Read: United Miscalculates Fuel Needed for Failed Hawaii Flight.

If you don’t see your city pairs listed, stay tuned. In particular, new Los Angeles flights from Virgin America in May and June will have an impact on those routes.

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28 thoughts on “Spring, Summer and Fall Hawaii Deals From $189”

  1. Looking to fly to Maui (OGG) from Oakland in October 2016. Do you think I should buy these tickets today for $388 roundtrip or is there a chance it might be cheaper at a later date? Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!


    1. Hi Rich,

      Yes they could get a little cheaper (up to $50 less), but it is likely not worth waiting around for. That’s a great price.


  2. Hi looking to take 12 family members to Maui from LAX in June dates a flexible, however prices still seem to be fluctuating. Do we bite the bullet and buy now for $600 or wait? Also is it worth it to contact the airlines for book ticket prices thanks?

    1. Hi Q.

      Might improve. Suggest calling group sales desk at all applicable airlines since 10 or more traveling together qualify for group fare.


  3. Do you think flight prices will go down from $400 for OGG to LAX for the week of July 4th?

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