American: Newark/Houston – Honolulu/Maui/Kona/Kauai. Under $525. Roundtrip including all taxes and fees

United/Continental fired the first shoot this morning with $500ish ticket sale to Hawaii from Miami and Dallas. Now that the American team from Dallas has woken up and decided to return the favor. Newark to Hawaii for under $525!

We have never paid more than $550 to go to Hawaii and this is why. These hub war specials happen all the time and you just need to pounce on it when it happens. We have gone to Hawaii from New York for $350 and we are going in January for $425. Since we launched, this has happen twice. Be patient and you will get these deals.

[Update 1 @ 6:00pm – sale gone]

Sample Date:

  • October 27th – November 1st. Valid for travel until March 7th, 2012 with blackout dates in November and December. Use and flexible month search to find exact availability.


  • EWR – ORD (Chicago) – LAX (Los Angeles) – HNL (Honolulu) – DFW (Dallas) – EWR
  • Many routing possibilities.


  • 10,153 miles or 5.0 cents per mile

Bookable on risk free cancellation policy here.


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