New York to Hawaii for $427 Roundtrip in March

HawaiiI just learned about an incredible airfare deal that I couldn’t wait to share because I have no idea how long it will last. For those on the east coast you can travel from New York to Hawaii next month for $427 roundtrip! That fare includes all taxes and fees! See screenshot above.

UA-HawaiiWhat’s nice is that you can even travel nonstop (on United) out of Newark or make a connection through IAD out of LGA. Delta also has some flights for $555.

Note: I checked flights out of Boston and they are currently pricing out at $593.

Flights out of Washington DC are over $700 except for March 4 and 5th where they cost $527.

ChicagoFlights from Chicago are $517 if you can leave on March 5, 6, 7, 12 or 13th and go for seven nights.

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2 Comments on "New York to Hawaii for $427 Roundtrip in March"

  1. Wow! That is insanely cheap. When I was trying to go to Hawaii last summer, the airfare (rountrip) was almost double that.

  2. it typically is ALWAYS double that.

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