Hawaiian AIrlines and Virgin America Hawaii Deals

Hawaiian Airlines and Virgin America Hawaii Deals $148+ Each Way

In case you missed it earlier this week, today’s Hawaii deals feature another fare war coupon code sale bringing back yesteryear prices. These offers must be booked by April 1, 2016 at 6:00am PT or sooner. That means you really only have today to take advantage of them. There are some other caveats to be mindful of, like dates and routes are limited, but even a few weekend dates are included.

Hawaiian Airlines fares have also just dropped in response to this sale.

If you’re ready for a spring vacation on Maui or Oahu, however, look no further and read on for the needed promo code.

Hawaiian Airlines and Virgin America Hawaii Deals $148+ Each Way

Airlines: Hawaiian Airlines and Virgin America.

Virgin America Promo Code: REVEAL. Fares will first be shown as being higher before entering this code. Enter code on pages showing selected flights and pricing. Prices will then change.

Hawaiian Airlines – No Promo Code needed.


  • San Francisco to/from Honolulu
  • San Francisco to/from Maui

Fares and Availability: These are the lowest fares each way in these markets and are not available all or even most dates.

Use Hawaiian Airlines and Virgin America fare calendars to view fares and availability by month.

  • Maui $148-$179 each way including all taxes/fees.
  • Honolulu $156-$189 each way including all taxes/fees.

Travel and purchase dates:

  • Maui on Virgin America: From San Francisco best prices are April 19, 20, 26, 27. From Maui April 20, 26, May 11, 18 . Other sale dates with slightly to somewhat higher prices in both directions through June 9. Remember to purchase by April 1, 2016, 6am PT.
  • Maui on Hawaiian Airlines: From Maui best prices are April 27, 28, May 4, 11, 18, 19. From San Francisco April 24, May 1, 15. Other sale dates with slightly to somewhat higher prices in both directions through June 9. Purchase immediately.
  • Honolulu on Virgin America: From San Francisco April 19, 20, 26, 27. From Honolulu April 27, May 11. Other sale dates with slightly to somewhat higher prices in both directions through June 9. Remember to purchase by April 1, 2016, 6am PT.
  • Honolulu on Hawaiian Airlines: From San Francisco April 24, May 1. From Honolulu April 20, 21, 27, 28, May 4. Other sale dates with slightly to somewhat higher prices in both directions through June 9. Purchase immediately.

If these dates and routes don’t work for you: We expect to see many more Hawaii airfare sales from the San Francisco Bay and Los Angeles airports. Also check Alaska Airlines from Oakland and San Jose.

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62 thoughts on “Hawaiian Airlines and Virgin America Hawaii Deals $148+ Each Way”

  1. I’m sad to say I found this website a little too late and missed the recent sale that expired on Apr 1. Do you know if there will be any other upcoming sales?

    Planning on travelling to Maui from San Francisco towards the end of July/early Aug. RT prices now are around $650-$700. Should I wait or pull the trigger soon?

    Also, what are peoples opinion between Virgin America and Hawaiian Airlines?

    1. Hi MC,

      There are $588 (midweek) to $624 fares in your time frame. Those are great prices for summer where you expect $700+ and it isn’t likely prices will drop further.

      Both airlines are high quality so it largely comes down to personal preference.


  2. Hello!
    Going to the Big Island & Oahu in mid-September. Since I’m coming from the midwest, it looks like the best option is to take Southwest to either PHX, LAS, LAX, SFO, or SJC (all around $300 RT from ICT), stay overnight and then fly with Hawaiian Airlines the next morning. By far, the best Hawaiian Airlines rate is out of SJC for SJC-KOA, KOA-HNL, HNL-SJC for around $586. Phoenix is closer to $800 or more. What are your thoughts on these coming down (especially the SJC and PHX options).
    Thank You!

    1. Hi Greg.

      For your dates (looking mid-week in September) there are fares of just over $400 on Hawaiian SJC-HNL and KOA-SJC. Inter-island is highly dependent on time of day and day of week (and is best booked well in advance). Those mainland airfares might improve a little but not a lot, should you decide to wait.


  3. Hi! I’m looking at flying to HNL from PHX at end of October, how early should I get tickets to get the best price? Mahalo

    1. Hi Drew,

      With Phoenix it isn’t making much difference when you buy. Little competition and stuck prices. About $550 is the lowest we are seeing.


  4. Four adults from North Carolina are making their first trip to the Big Island in September 2016. We would like to fly from GSO to KOA on 9/5/16 and return on 9/17/16. Prices were in the $900 range but are now over $1000. What price range should we be looking for and when do you think we will find the best deals? Any tips you can provide will be most appreciated.

    1. Hi Bill,

      Yes currently $1,074. Price target for off-season is $800 or less. There are occasionally fares in the $600’s but that’s hard to count on. Shop this summer.


  5. Hi! We are planning a trip to Oahu from Phoenix beginning of July for about 10 people. Right now I see fares for $714 on Hawaiian Air. Do you think that will go down any, or should I jump at that rate? Thank you for your advice! I greatly appreciate it!

    1. Hi Rebecca.

      For 10 people, please contact their group sales desk at 1-800-367-8058 to see if they can help. Let us know how that turns out.


      1. Thank you for your advise. I did call the group reservation line & I was quoted $768. So, Would you recommend jumping on the $714 price, or do you anticipate a drop in rates?

        Thanks again for your help! 🙂

        1. Hi Rebecca,

          It doesn’t make sense that the group rate is higher than the single ticket price. Consider asking to speak with a supervisor. Otherwise, there’s no reason to expect the $714 price will come down.


  6. Hi, thanks for all the great info….I have looked and looked on the Virgin site to put in the promo code REVEAL. Any suggestions on where to find it specifically?

    Thank you!

    1. Hi Linda,

      Agree it is kind of confusing. First select your city pairs, then select your dates. It is the cheapest dates pre-code that will yield the cheapest ones post-code, if that makes sense. Then in the upper right corner of the page that shows up next (page with flights and prices) there is a box that says promo code in red. That’s the spot. After that prices will be adjusted.


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