The fare war to Hawaii continues. Fares start at $333 round-trip and are available for travel this spring, late summer, fall, and next winter. Airlines that offer the lowest fares will vary by route. Most availability is on American today, but we're also seeing low fares on Delta and United depending on the route.

For most routes, travel is valid on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, in April/May, and again from mid-August through January 2019. Travel to Hawaii appears to be blacked out between December 7, 2018 - January 6, 2019. Not all routes will be available for the entire travel period and some rotues may have more days/week available.

See what's available to Honolulu, Maui, Kona (Big Island), and Kauai.

This sale is unadvertised so book quickly if you see something you like. Most third party booking sites will have a 24-hour free cancellation policy so you can think about it for a day.

Fares include:

Denver to Honolulu $333 round-trip

Orange County to Honolulu $335 round-trip

Albuquerque to Honolulu $349 round-trip

Los Angeles to Kauai $367 round-trip

Portland to Honolulu $373 round-trip

Seattle to Maui $373 round-trip

San Diego to Kona $373 round-trip

Boston to Maui $374 round-trip

Orlando to Honolulu $374 round-trip

El Paso to Maui $391 round-trip

Oklahoma City to Honolulu $394 round-trip

Austin to Maui $395 round-trip

Raleigh to Honolulu $425 round-trip

Fort Lauderdale to Maui $434 round-trip

St. Louis to Honolulu $459 round-trip

Nashville to Maui $475 round-trip

San Antonio to Kauai $490 round-trip

Detroit to Honolulu $510 round-trip

Indianapolis to Kona $542 round-trip

Milwaukee to Honolulu $535 round-trip

Pittsburgh to Honolulu $563 round-trip

These prices are what you'll find on the major booking engines. Some third party sites may have slightly lower fares. This is not a complete list. Check flights from your city to see if fares have dropped to Hawaii.

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