expired Hawaii Return from Sydney $428, Melbourne $458, Laun $509, Gold Coast $527, Hob $535, Bris $567, Adelaide $630 on Jetstar @ IWTF

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Jetstar is having a sale on flights to Hawaii. Travel in Oct - Dec/18. Flights are direct from Sydney and Melbourne. Jetstar is a budget airline so bags + meals are extra.

Click the links below to see all the flights. We have provided some sample dates but you can choose your own as well. Click them and once the search has completed you can change the dates.

These prices won’t last long – usually a few days but sometimes much shorter. If you click the sample dates and the prices have gone up it unfortunately means the sale has ended.

$428 Return Sydney to Honolulu Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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17/Oct 27/Oct $428 View Flight
19/Oct 29/Oct $428 View Flight
20/Oct 30/Oct $428 View Flight
22/Oct 01/Nov $428 View Flight
24/Oct 03/Nov $428 View Flight
26/Oct 05/Nov $428 View Flight
27/Oct 06/Nov $428 View Flight
29/Oct 08/Nov $428 View Flight
03/Nov 13/Nov $428 View Flight
05/Nov 15/Nov $428 View Flight

$458 Return Melbourne to Honolulu Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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09/Oct 19/Oct $458 View Flight
28/Oct 07/Nov $458 View Flight
04/Nov 14/Nov $458 View Flight
11/Nov 21/Nov $458 View Flight
18/Nov 28/Nov $458 View Flight
02/Dec 12/Dec $458 View Flight
10/Oct 19/Oct $458 View Flight
17/Oct 28/Oct $458 View Flight
19/Oct 28/Oct $458 View Flight
31/Oct 09/Nov $458 View Flight

$509 Return Launceston to Honolulu Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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18/Oct 28/Oct $509 View Flight
24/Oct 02/Nov $509 View Flight
27/Oct 07/Nov $509 View Flight
25/Oct 02/Nov $509 View Flight
26/Oct 07/Nov $509 View Flight
18/Oct 31/Oct $509 View Flight
24/Oct 31/Oct $509 View Flight
25/Oct 07/Nov $509 View Flight
26/Oct 02/Nov $509 View Flight
27/Oct 09/Nov $509 View Flight

$527 Return Gold Coast to Honolulu Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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18/Oct 29/Oct $527 View Flight
25/Oct 05/Nov $527 View Flight
01/Nov 12/Nov $527 View Flight
08/Nov 19/Nov $527 View Flight
15/Nov 26/Nov $527 View Flight
22/Nov 03/Dec $527 View Flight
17/Oct 29/Oct $527 View Flight
18/Oct 30/Oct $527 View Flight
24/Oct 05/Nov $527 View Flight
25/Oct 06/Nov $527 View Flight

$535 Return Hobart to Honolulu Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
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04/Dec 14/Dec $535 View Flight
06/Dec 14/Dec $535 View Flight
01/Dec 14/Dec $535 View Flight
07/Dec 14/Dec $535 View Flight
08/Dec 14/Dec $535 View Flight
29/Nov 14/Dec $535 View Flight
27/Nov 14/Dec $535 View Flight
26/Nov 14/Dec $535 View Flight
24/Nov 14/Dec $535 View Flight
22/Nov 14/Dec $535 View Flight

$567 Return Brisbane to Honolulu Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
Depart Return
27/Nov 07/Dec $567 View Flight
17/Oct 26/Oct $567 View Flight
18/Oct 29/Oct $567 View Flight
25/Oct 05/Nov $567 View Flight
01/Nov 12/Nov $567 View Flight
08/Nov 19/Nov $567 View Flight
15/Nov 26/Nov $567 View Flight
22/Nov 03/Dec $567 View Flight
17/Oct 29/Oct $567 View Flight
18/Oct 26/Oct $567 View Flight

$630 Return Adelaide to Honolulu Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
Depart Return
14/Oct 19/Oct $630 View Flight
18/Oct 28/Oct $631 View Flight
25/Oct 04/Nov $631 View Flight
30/Oct 09/Nov $631 View Flight
06/Nov 16/Nov $631 View Flight
08/Nov 18/Nov $631 View Flight
13/Nov 23/Nov $631 View Flight
20/Nov 30/Nov $631 View Flight
27/Nov 07/Dec $631 View Flight
17/Oct 28/Oct $631 View Flight

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Comments

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    What month would people here recommend as the better one?

  • +1 vote

    if you start adding bags, food, maybe a seat selection these price soon go up by 50%!

    • +4 votes

      Bring food with you and cop the seat you get.

      Pack light on baggage. Carry on is manageable. Maybe just get a single bag for the way home and pack everyone’s shopping into there.

      • +4 votes

        Exactly.
        It’s hawaii. Pack swimmers and a snorkel. Done.

        We travel annually for a month, family of 4, and never take checked luggage or buy food.
        It’s an overnight flight there so don’t need it

        • +1 vote

          You spend a month in Hawaii a year and live off of ~6kg of luggage each? As long as you have a washing machine I suppose it's manageable. I don't think my girlfriend could deal with only 3 outfits for that long though.

          Also trying to sleep on a Jetstar flight is close to impossible.

        • +1 vote

          @SnowDragon:

          I guess it’s surprising what you can fit in a small carry on bag. Thankfully my wife isn’t outfit oriented especially when on Maui, you basically put your swimmers on when you get out of bed.

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        The other option is only one of you pay for luggage and live out of one bag. You will need to book separately. We did this flight with Jet star, wasn’t a huge problem to do without the food but we did pay for seat selection. Sitting next to the toilets is a pain.

        • +2 votes

          You can book luggage for just one person in a booking of two or more - there's an option to 'choose luggage per passenger' rather than 'add for all passengers'.

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          @BL5965: thanks for the info, hadn't seen that one.

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          @try2bhelpful: buy your clothes here, Nordstrom Rack and Macy's are great for cheap designer gear.

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          @Where's_That_Cake: We went to the outlet mall last time in Hawaii. Not bad but the DFOs in Melbourne aren't too far off, once you take into account the exchange rate. We lived in Atlanta for a little while and when the sales were on the prices could be insane, particularly if you clipped out the coupons from the newspapers. The problem was you had no idea what you were paying, by the time they applied the discount, then the coupon then added tax back on it was like a lottery at the checkout.

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          @try2bhelpful: the outlets aren't that great, done bargains to be had but you're better off at the Alo Moana. This is our 5th trip here and my wife is a shopaholic.

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          @Where's_That_Cake: We went to there as well; we had to buy our Kliban cat T shirts from Crazy Shirts - we have a bunch from when we were in San Francisco and they are still going strong years later. These things aren't cheap but they are great quality and the drawings are great.

          https://www.crazyshirts.com/category/themes/kliban+cat+shirt...

          The problem with the big department stores is sorting the good from the dross.

  • +2 votes

    I'm in Waikiki now, I was supposed to be on the way home today. My flight got cancelled yesterday. Second time in 3 months (3 flights) that they've done this to me. I recommend a better carrier tbh, this is the last time I use them. Then again it's a great place to be stranded so I'm not complaining.

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    My advice is to skip seat selection at the time of booking. If you have a strong prefernce for where you sit, keep an eye on the seat allocation in the lead up to the flight - if there's not many seats left then go ahead and pay your for selection, otherwise ask for a specific seat when you check in (the jetstar staff will do this for free!)

    Flying AKL - MEL on Sunday, I managed to get an exit row seat for free!

    • +1 vote

      I know what you are saying, but it depends on how much you value your time. Selecting a standard seat is $5 each at the time of booking the ticket. IMHO for that sort of money it is worth not having to go back repeatedly to check the seat situation and I, certainly, don't want to be seated outside the toilets for 10 hours. However, YMMV.

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        Seats with the sounds and stench of farting passengers is inevitably where JetStar seat you if you don’t cough up beforehand

  • +2 votes

    Can be a good one stop option to NYC.

    Last year we went MEL-HNL, 5 days, HNL-JFK-HNL 10 Days, Hawaii for 2 nights then back. Was about $1100 for the flights for the Jetstar and Hawaiian fare, both got on sale.

    Allot of good options to connect onward from Hawaii.

  •  

    That's pretty cheap. What's the catch?

    •  

      Hawaii is expensive when compared to mainland USA.

      Accomodation can be expensive… some ppl find air bnb a good option.

      It is Sydney prices. (But, a bit cheaper for take away alcohol; than oz).

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      Jetstar!

  •  

    this only works for one person from Adelaide. As soon as I change to 2 Adults and 1 Child, I dont get jetstar option. Qantas is over $1200 per adult.

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    Hate night flights - anyone know if any flights to Hawaii (from any city) depart in the morning?
    Thanks

  •  

    I find Jetstar seating horrendous and barely manageable for 60 minutes. I'm not usually claustrophobic it's just they feel so tight especially if sitting under a bulkhead.

    Anyone know if the seating is better for international?

    • +1 vote

      No it's still awful. We flew with Jetstar but returned with Qantas on an Airbus, the second flight was an hour longer and a lot better. So much more comfortable and spacious.