Hawaii Return departing Sydney $678, Brisbane $684 on Hawaiian Airlines @ I Want That Flight

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Note: Jetstar sale has finished. Hawaiian Airlines sale is still on.

Jetstar and Hawaiian Airlines are having a sale on flights to Honolulu, Hawaii. Travel in Apr - May/19. Jetstar departs from Sydney and Melbourne, Hawaiian Airlines from Sydney and Brisbane. All flights are direct to Hawaii. Hawaiian Airlines includes baggage and meals, Jetstar does not.

Jetstar Flights

All $360 Deals have Expired
$360 Return Melbourne to Honolulu Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
Depart Return
03/May 10/May $360 View Flight
03/May 12/May $360 View Flight
05/May 19/May $360 View Flight
26/Apr 12/May $360 View Flight
01/May 10/May $360 View Flight
01/May 12/May $360 View Flight
26/Apr 10/May $360 View Flight
24/Apr 10/May $360 View Flight
03/May 19/May $360 View Flight

$360 Return Sydney to Honolulu Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.

All $360 Deals have Expired

Depart Return
06/May 16/May $360 View Flight
03/May 13/May $360 View Flight
07/May 17/May $360 View Flight
04/May 13/May $360 View Flight
06/May 17/May $360 View Flight
07/May 18/May $360 View Flight
09/May 18/May $360 View Flight
29/Apr 11/May $360 View Flight

Hawaiian Airlines Flights

$678 Return Sydney to Honolulu Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
Depart Return
03/May 13/May $678 View Flight
04/May 14/May $678 View Flight
06/May 16/May $678 View Flight
26/Mar 05/Apr $678 View Flight
08/Apr 18/Apr $678 View Flight
16/Feb 26/Feb $678 View Flight
09/Mar 19/Mar $678 View Flight
04/May 13/May $678 View Flight
27/Aug 07/Sep $678 View Flight
02/Apr 11/Apr $678 View Flight

$684 Return Brisbane to Honolulu Flights. Click Here for more travel dates.
Depart Return
18/May 29/May $684 View Flight
01/Apr 12/Apr $684 View Flight
25/May 05/Jun $684 View Flight
01/Jun 12/Jun $684 View Flight
08/Jun 19/Jun $684 View Flight
15/Jun 26/Jun $684 View Flight
20/Jul 31/Jul $684 View Flight
27/Jul 07/Aug $684 View Flight
18/Mar 31/Mar $684 View Flight
21/Mar 03/Apr $684 View Flight

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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.

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Comments

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    Cheap but not avaliable during Easter as expected…. are there any sub-$600 international flights from Melb to anywhere between 19/4 -28/4? Other than Singapore.

    • +14 votes

      are there any sub-$600 international flights from Melb to anywhere between 19/4 -28/4?

      Can you have a look and let me know. Thanks

    • +1 vote

      Managed to snag MEL-TPE 22/04 to 27/04 for 550

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      I'm travelling to Indonesia during that period. I booked a week ago though. Booked with Airasia to Jakarta and back with Jetstar from Bali to Melb. No bags, carry on only. I paid $550 including transaction fees.

  • +5 votes

    Just an FYI guys - check the hotel deal first before you buys flights. hotels are usually very expensive.

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      that sucks .. 360 return seems like a bargain. is hawaii generally pricey otherwise?

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        hotels are always expensive there… $300-400/night is normal in 3/4 star hotels.

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        Just don't stay in Waikiki and you'll generally be fine. I found that food in that area is more expensive than it is here (although if you go, you have to make the trip to the Cheesecake Factory, that place is amazing).

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        Get out of Waikiki and things are affordable. Go to Kaka'ako. Good value, fresh non american style food but still nice cafes etc

    • +5 votes

      Air BNB

      Avoid those resort fees

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      I am feeling this right now :( bought flights in the last Jetstar sale having been to Hawaii before and not paying too much for a hotel , but this time I can’t find something that isn’t an outdated POS for under $3k for 2 weeks, even $5k doesn’t get you something nice!
      if anyone has suggestions for Honolulu in early august I’d be super appreciative… it’s getting to the point where the flights have to be abandoned =(

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        Air BNB

      • +1 vote

        Just had a quick look on Trivago and Wyndham Vacation Resorts Royal Garden has good reviews and sub $250/night.

        Your best bet is Airbnb, had a quick look and early August for 2 weeks has plenty of well placed and appointed apartments for less than $2.5K.

        Edit: I was looking at the Waikiki area because I am not familiar with staying outside of Waikiki or Maui.

        • +1 vote

          Thanks for the suggestions, I will look into those options. I had looked at Airbnb previously but it was still expensive. Maybe I'll adjust my mindset and budget and see what comes up =)

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            @WillisAU: I would focus on location. As long as everything is nice and clean that's all you'll need. In saying that I saw some very nice Airbnb's that should be in budget for you! There are alot of great things to do and see in Hawaii, you definitely don't want to have to cancel! WHo are you travelling with?

  • -1 vote

    Looking for tickets to Hawaai in mid September. When will the specials be on?

  • +2 votes

    Southwest are starting inter island and flights to the mainland in 2 months which will help getting around cheaply.

  • +1 vote

    for those struggling with accomodation - look up Hilton Embassy Suites. Free breakfast, no resort fees and managers reception every evening with open bar..all included.

    Still a rip off! but i would live on Oahu if i could get work there! Paradise!

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    those prices tempt me to visit again……

  • +1 vote

    Currently typing this msg at Beachcomber Waikiki as a result of the last ozbargain Hawaii deal. Paid $1200 for the four of us return :D

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    We are in Australia, We already have the most beautiful sea and beaches, why Hawaii? why spend USD?

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    can anyone share local bargain tips… like waikki trolley, local food vouchers and fort hings to do.
    Edit: are there things to do in hawaii without spending fortune?

    • +1 vote

      Beaches are free.

      Hanauma Bay is like $7 to get in, and get hire snorkels for about $10-$15 if you look online.

      • +1 vote

        Totally second Hanauma Bay! We actually used Ikes Hanauma Bay tour on our last trip and he was great. He doesn't actually give a "tour" but he has a taxi license so he gets you from your hotel, takes you straight into the carpark (the larger tour buses have to stop further down and use smaller shuttles to get you closer) and he provides snorkels, fins and flotation devices if needed. He also was great company on the drive and he recommended the best spot for us on a map of the bay, based on our swimming levels. $25USD/Person + the cost of entry into the bay which is paid directly at the entrance. 10/10 would do again. If you go a recommend booking the earliest slot, the early mornings are so so worth it there, it's much less crowded and being the first ones on that beach is amazing.

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          Thanks guys, keep the tips/ideas coming. Planning to hire a car for few days and go swimming with dolphins in the sea and a day on north shore but that's about it for plans.

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            @andyman1908: I hired a car and used it three time. To get to my apartment from airport. Drove to water world. And drove back to airport.

            Most things you book come with a free pick up and drop off or just Uber it

    • +1 vote

      If your in Waikiki and don’t want to venture to far away and just want a quiet beach for the day compared to the extreme madness that is Waikiki beach.

      Mākālei Beach Park, 3111 Diamond Head Rd, Honolulu, HI 96815, USA

      Hire a bike or walk. I had the whole beach to myself for a few hrs. No mass crowds of Japanese taking photos of everything in existence.

    • +1 vote
      • Diamond Head or Manoa Falls (hiking)
      • Watch Hula dancing at the Royal Hawaiian Centre
      • Shopping at Waikele Outlets (we found that the outlets in Hawaii have much better variety vs mainland US) Reccommend Roberts Hawaii Shuttle, it's $18 roundtrip/person and you get a voucher booklet on the shuttle which was worth it when my husband and I went a couple of years ago. All the vouchers tend to stack, so I also recommend becoming a VIP member of the outlets online and seeing what offers they have aswell. I managed to stack 5 discounts in the Guess store when we went. Also, if you do go to the outlets and you want to save money watch the people checking out at the counter, in the Calvin Klein store we went into there was a voucher printed off with the reciept for $20 off your next purchase and it could be used immediately. We heard them mention it to a person as they were checking out so we bought one item and then proceeded to get back into line and purchase the rest of our items with the reciept discount. The regular bus is also an option for getting to the outlets, it's cheaper but I think maybe more difficult to manage with multiple shopping bags.
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        I am going there this weekend… I saw waikiki trolley pass for $70usd for 7 days. Looks like it is worth it.
        Thinking to get Go Oahu card… not sure if that is worth it.

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          We just used the trolley for the $2/each way Ala Moana, but it was good. I've heard the multiple day passes are good as well.

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      Hire a surfboard and get out there on the Waikiki reefs.

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    Cheap ticket but the accommodation is way 2 expensive, actually everything in Hawaii is 2 expensive.

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    hotel prices have skyrocketed past few years, due to the cheaper airfares. Same hotels that we paid $175 a night are now regularly $350 a night. But it is a great place to visit and unlike the water at Victorian beaches its warm. Food is great, weather is unbelievable. For cheaper breakfast $6 in Denny's gets you bacon, sausage, hash brown, eggs and two large pancakes. Even once you convert the dollar, its cheap.

  • +1 vote

    There's more to Hawaii than Waikiki. Definitely no more expensive than Melbourne or Sydney hotels.

  • +1 vote

    seems like its finished

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    Check out waikikibeachrentals. They have great rooms at the Ilikai hotel for much cheaper. Have stayed there 3 times and highly recommend