[FARE GONE] American – Lower Prices on AA.COM NOW! (e.g., Newark – Honolulu for $516. NYC – LAX for $260)

AA domestic fares are priced lower than normal at the moment. We have seen our normal routes (NYC – California in the $260s, normally, they are closer to $300). So you might want to check your city pair.

Update 11/3/2014 @ 4:47PM Eastern – these are gone!

Hanauma Bay, Oahu, Hawaii - Photo: Floyd Manzano via Flickr, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Hanauma Bay, Oahu, Hawaii – Photo: Floyd Manzano via Flickr, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

The best place to find these fares is on Google Flights. It is not on ITA. Booking directly on AA.COM will error out whereas links from Google Flights seem to work (we booked a bunch of NYC – California fares just now)


Here’s Newark – Honolulu for $516

Tips for taking advantage of fast moving deals:

  • Use Chrome. Firefox will crash when you least want it to.
  • AA.COM let you hold tickets for 24 hours. But multiple itineraries cannot be on the same dates

Go to Google Flights to find availability. Hit the Bar Graph icon for 30 day view of fare. Literally, all domestic city pairs are lower than normal. So just plug in where you need to go and see!


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2 Responses to "[FARE GONE] American – Lower Prices on AA.COM NOW! (e.g., Newark – Honolulu for $516. NYC – LAX for $260)"

  1. Megan McCune says:

    Finding a similar deal ($580ish RT) on American via Google Flights for departures from DCA (connecting thru DFW). Availability Nov 17 through early Feb!

  2. matt says:

    found some great fares for IAH-LAX, and then noticed United had one a couple bucks cheaper. Under 200 is a great price for that route on Fri-Sun dates, thanks for the tip!


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