Deal alert: Round-trip flights to the Hawaiian Islands for less than $200 

Nov 27, 2021

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A getaway to Hawaii sounds like the perfect way to leave the cold weather behind this winter. With this deal from American AirlinesDeltaUnited, Alaska Airlines, WestJet and Hawaiian Airlines, you can enjoy the sunshine of Hawaii for less than $200 round-trip. The offers include a wide range of departure cities, as well as four different Hawaiian islands.

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The deal was originally sent out by Thrifty Traveler to its Premium members, who are notified about cheap flights, award flight sales and business-class deals by email for $7.99 monthly or $49.99 annually.

The offer applies to travel from January 2022 through March 2022.

Nonstop round-trip flights to Honolulu (HNL) and Kauai (LIH) from San Francisco (SFO) are available for $198;  from Denver (DEN) for $276 and from Portland (PDX) for $278 for basic economy seats.

Related: The best ways to get to Hawaii using points and miles

Deal basics

Airline: American, Delta, United, Delta, Hawaiian Airlines, WestJet, Alaska Airlines
Routes: San Fransisco (SFO), Chicago (ORD), Denver (DEN), Houston (IAH) and many more cities in the U.S. and Canada to Oahu (HNL), Kauai (LIH), the Big Island (KOA) and Maui (OGG).
How to book: Directly through airline sites or Google flights
Travel Dates: January 2022-March 2022

Sample flights

The deal includes basic economy round-trip flights from cities across North America, including:

  • Albuquerque (ABQ)
  • Anchorage (ANC)
  • Boise (BOI)
  • Bozeman (BZN)
  • Burbank (BUR)
  • Calgary (YYC)
  • Chicago (MDW)
  • Chicago (ORD)
  • Colorado Springs (COS)
  • Denver (DEN)
  • Des Moines (DSM)
  • Edmonton (YEG)
  • El Paso (ELP)
  • Eugene (EUG)
  • Fresno (FAT)
  • Houston (HOU)
  • Houston (IAH)
  • Idaho Falls (IDA)
  • Indianapolis (IND)
  • Kansas City (MCI)
  • Long Beach (LGB)
  • Madison (MSN)
  • Medford (MFR)
  • Milwaukee (MKE)
  • Monterey (MRY)
  • Omaha (OMA)
  • Ontario (ONT)
  • Palm Springs (PSP)
  • Portland (PDX)
  • Regina (YQR)
  • Reno (RNO)
  • San Antonio (SAT)
  • San Diego (SAN)
  • San Francisco (SFO)
  • San Jose (SJC)
  • Santa Ana (SNA)
  • Santa Barbara (SBA)
  • Saskatoon (YXE)
  • Seattle (SEA)
  • Spokane (GEG)
  • St. Louis (STL)
  • Tucson (TUS)
  • Vancouver (YVR)
  • Wichita (ICT)

TPG found a steal from SFO-LIH starting at $198 round-trip for basic economy nonstop flights on United in February.

(Screenshot Courtesy of United)

Throughout January and February, there are a handful of dates per month from PDX-HNL starting at $278 round-trip for nonstop flights on Hawaiian Airlines.

(Screenshot courtesy of Hawaiian Airlines)

American, Delta and United airlines are offering round-trip flights from DEN-HNL at the end of January for $276.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

 

Maximize your purchase

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Bottom line

Depending on which island you want to go to, this deal provides a range of affordable options for a winter escape to Hawaii.

Featured image by Timur Alexandrov/EyeEm/Getty Images.

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