It’s back! Delta: Newark to Honolulu/Maui (Now Kauai too). $592 – $611 ($650 for Kauai). Roundtrip. All in

The team here really enjoys it when airlines have their hub wars. On September 2nd, Continental and Delta had a pissing contest. It’s now back! Newark is a Continental hub. This afternoon, Continental priced Salt Lake City to Honolulu for under $400 again. Now, Delta has returned the favor with fares to Honolulu and Maui from Newark for $611. This is also Delta, so this fare will NOT last – the last time it lasted about 10 hours. Hurry.

[Update 1 @ 4:45pm 9/9 – It’s been 18 hours and this deal is still alive! And now they have added Kauai to the list, will not last]

Sample Date:

  • October 5th – October 10th. Available until August 2012 for Monday through Thursday travel. Use and flexible month search to find exact dates.


  • EWR – SLC (Salt Lake City) – HNL – ATL – EWR


  • 10,188 miles or 5.8 cents per mile

Bookable on Delta has a 24 hour risk free cancellation policy.


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