Aloha! There’s a huge sale on airfare to Hawaii going on right now and from all over the country. Of course, from the west coast, it’s about half the price but get a load of these fares …

Would you believe you can fly from San Francisco to Maui in January through March for $153 ROUNDTRIP? Insane, right?

It’s $10 more from San Diego and a total of $187 roundtrip from LAX.

Don’t worry, I didn’t forget about my East Coast peeps. I don’t ever recall Hawaii fares from New York City being $402 round-trip. Now is the time to buy.

And if you need a hotel, then check out my new wholesale hotel partner with rates up to 60% off retail. The kicker is you can’t cancel and probably won’t earn points but you’ll score a great deal.


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