Hawaii flights from $496 return

Stephanie Yip 22 September 2017 NEWS

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Jetstar, you've done it again.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Searching for an island getaway that's outside of Australia that won't cost the earth? Hawaii has that. Thanks to Jetstar you can now fly there and back for under $500 return.

That's more money for cocktails on the beach, right?

The cheapest flights take off from Melbourne ($496 return) and Sydney ($500 return). For other cities, the prices hike up to $700+ return which is a far cry from the $566+ return price tag they were flying in July 2017. So while it's not ideal for all cities, Melbourne and Sydney sure are singing.

Travel is for specific dates between November 2017 all the way through to August 2018. Here's when the cheapest seats take off:

From
Travel date
Return price
Book
Melbourne1-29 August 2018
$496
Book your Hawaii flight
Melbourne28 January - 7 February 2018
$583
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Sydney7-16 May 2018
$500
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Sydney13-23 November 2018, 20-26 March 2018, 28 April - 15 May 2018
$520
Book your Hawaii flight

We found these fares through I Want That Flight, which you can use to search for different routes and dates and score the cheapest price.

These flights are on-sale until sold out so get in or miss out!


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