Austin – Hawaii for $394 RT on United + More Cities on Sale

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I’m going to keep this short and sweet and just share that today has been a pretty epic day for airfare wars to Hawaii. I won’t be able to recap every city on sale before darting off to the girls’ gymnastics class, but I have to share that round trips from Austin start at just $394 on United or American!

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You can connect via a variety of cities to fly to Honolulu or Kauai for under $400 per round trip on United and American, which is as good as I ever remember seeing from Austin. For a little over $400 RT you can head to Maui or Kona. I’m seeing the cheapest dates in April and May and then again in late August through October. Use the Google Flights flexible date search to quickly spot the cheapest days to travel. While not an exhaustive list, other cities seeing $300 – $400 RT flights to Hawaii today include Albuquerque, Boston, Nashville, San Diego, San Jose, San Antonio, Tuscon, St. Louis, Oklahoma City, Indianapolis, and many more.

To keep up with the cities and destinations on sale, check out this post by The Points Guy or as always @theflightdeal is on top of these sales. Do not wait on any of these Hawaii fares as they will not last. Book now and take advantage of free 24-hour cancellation rules if it doesn’t work out.

Grand Hyatt Kauai or St. Regis Princeville

Beach at the Grand Hyatt Kauai

Anyone hop on one of the discounts to Hawaii today?

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