check flights to california cities, and book separate from there to Hawaii on Hawaiian airlines, Aloha or what ever Hawaiian airline is still in business.......this maybe cheaper than booking a complete round trip.
I just scored a great deal on tickets from Des Moines to Honolulu just a couple of weeks ago. We're also flying there in December 2010. I looked at all kinds of different travel sites and tried to put together different segments like Allegiant to Los Angeles then Hawaiian Air the rest of the way.
Just when I was about to give up and book some $600 tickets through Travelocity that had a horrible schedule and looong flights, I decided to try Priceline.com. I was very nervous about this because it was my first time using this site and you don't get to see the flights before purchasing.
I set up the dates on Priceline and bid purposely low -- $400. PriceLine came back and rejected that offer but said someone would take $480. I jumped all over that deal and the tickets ended up being on United with one stop through Denver with great flight times. The Travelocity price for these tickets was over $800.
I am a big non-stop person, go Chicago all the way there if you can, or wherever non-stop. We got delayed and missed an entire day in Maui on our honeymoon! Damn 2 sided tape on the landing gear.... 4 years later and still very ****** about the hole deal. We had to stay overnight in LA, LAX is the worst Airport ever, just saying.
No more Rhyming, I mean it.... Anybody want a Peanut?
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