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For a limited time American Airlines is offering some discounted award trips to Hawaii! Right now you can book award tickets to Hawaii for just 15k miles each way. If you have a co-branded American Airlines credit card that offers 10% of your redeemed miles back, that brings your real mileage price to 27,000 miles round trip. That is pretty great for a round trip ticket to Hawaii! Even without the 10% discount, 30,000 miles round trip is very, very good. Usually their off-peak saver award tickets are 35,000 miles round trip (from January 12 – March 13; August 22 – Dec. 15) and their regular saver tickets are 45,000 miles round trip.
Availability can be sparse from some cities, but it does exist.
People normally think of 25,000 miles as the magic number required to fly round trip around the contiguous states, but for just a couple thousand miles more you can go all the way to Hawaii and back thanks to this special. Pretty awesome for a fall getaway if you ask me!
Here are the official details:
Beat the crowds and experience the best Hawaii has to offer without spending a fortune on your vacation. And for a limited time, you save 5,000 miles on your round-trip flights. Book a reduced MileSAAver Economy Class award* for only 15,000 miles each way when flying between the contiguous U.S. or Canada and Hawaii on American Airlines.
Reduced Mileage Offer
August 28 – September 13, 2013
September 11 – December 17, 2013
This award special is valid for travel on flights marketed and operated by American Airlines between Hawaii and the U.S. or Canada, excluding Alaska and the U.S. Virgin Islands, for MileSAAver Off-peak Economy Class award. Award inventory is subject to seat availability and capacity controls, and seats for award travel may not be available on all flights. Standard AAdvantage award travel terms and conditions apply. AAdvantage flight awards are subject to, and the passenger is responsible for, the September 11th Security Fee, applicable departure taxes, federal inspection fees, passenger facility charges and any other taxes and fees imposed by a government entity (U.S. or foreign), as well as any carrier imposed fees or surcharges. View complete details on award reservations. View complete details about the AAdvantage program.
Thanks to the commenter “Grover’s Bathtub” for sharing this deal with me!