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Hawaii Travel Deals, Tips and News | Summer/Fall Sales!

An excellent year of Hawaii travel deals continues with summer and fall sales in process and many more ahead. Sale prices on flights to Hawaii remain at historically low inflation adjusted costs. Posts over the past few days feature late summer and fall sales. Act today and make your Hawaii vacation dreams a reality.

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Summer and Fall Hawaii Vacation Deals Now Through NovemberTravel from now until November.

Kauai and Kona Too! Summer Hawaii Travel Deals $186+Sale prices to Honolulu, Maui, Kauai and Kona.

What Are You Willing to Do for Cheap Flights to HawaiiWe all prefer nonstops but you can often save a lot but stopping en route.

What’s New at Iconic Hawaii Airports. Recent changes at Honolulu, Maui and Kona airports.

Ten Ways to Score a Discount Hawaii Car Rental | 2016/2017Many ways to save money on the 3rd largest Hawaii vacation cost.

Honolulu Farmers Market at Kapiolani College. We recently returned to one of our favorite Hawaii farmers markets.

Pick Lanai Ferry – Molokai Ferry from MauiA great, easy and inexpensive ride for a day trip or longer.

66 thoughts on “Hawaii Travel Deals, Tips and News | Summer/Fall Sales!”

  1. I’m like a lot of folks here, I live in mid-America and getting to the coast to get a cheap ticket costs a lot anymore, but when “aloha calls” I’ll go. I know you folks are not travel agents, but do you ever get info on first class deals? Our 40th is coming up and I would like to do it up right. Also do you have info on which airlines treat you better on the flights from the mainland to the islands? The last couple of flights were on Delta and they felt like cattle cars. very tight, narrow seats and NO legroom, older plans too. Their mainland planes were so much better, except for legroom. It was like going back 20 years.
    Mahalo!

    1. Hi Lee,

      First class airfare deals are ever so rare as to be virtually non existent. Having said that, please provide your dates and airport pairs and we’ll be glad to have a look and see what we might suggest.

      Aloha.

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