Why not try your luck again for an after quarantine trip. Enter these Hawaii sweepstakes now and perhaps you’ll be one of the ten lucky people vacationing in the islands on a future free Hawaii vacation.
Beat of Hawaii has no affiliation with any of these sweepstakes including who wins. Have fun and let us know if you’re entering, and especially if you are the next lucky winner! It’s happened before where one of our Beat of Hawaii readers had the winning entry.
As a reminder, read all the rules, since each contest is quite different. While some of these include other prizes, we have only listed the free Hawaii vacations.
How to enter. Click on the title of each sweepstakes/contest below to visit contest sites and complete entry forms. No purchase needed. Also, be sure to uncheck any applicable boxes if you don’t want to receive other emails from contest sponsors.
Tip. Some readers have said they use a separate email address for entering to win a free trip to Hawaii. That way they can avoid potential spam in their regular mailbox.
Win A Free Trip to Hawaii Sweepstakes as of January 10, 2020
Grand prize: 160,000 HawaiianMiles from Hawaiian Airlines, which can be redeemed for up to four round trip tickets between the mainland and any Hawaiian island.
Enter by: January 24, 2021.
Open to: Legal residents of the US age 18 and over.
Tip: If you get frustrated trying to play the online game, save yourself some time and do this: email firstname.lastname@example.org with your first name, last name, phone number, and date of birth. Try the game first, however, and let us know how it goes for you. You have to find 5 locations and we could only find 3.
Grand prize: A 7-night trip for four to your choice of Big Island, Kauai, Maui or Oahu. Includes airfare, accommodations, plus $2,000 cash.
Enter by: January 14, 2021.
Open to: Residents of most countries (see rules) age 18 and over.
Grand prize: A 4-night trip for two to Oahu. Includes airfare and accommodations.
Enter by: January 15, 2021.
Open to: Legal residents of the US (except Rhode Island) age 18 and over.
Updated January 10, 2021.
© Photo by Beat of Hawaii at Hamoa Beach on Maui. One of Ernest Hemingway’s favorites.