Southwest: Fly Nonstop To The Hawaiian Islands From $80 Or 4.7K Points Each Way!

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  • Bookable on Southwest.com.
  • Limited seats are available on each date.
  • Always search one-way for 1 seat and then work the search up to the number of seats you need in order to book as many seats on sale as you can.
  • Use a card like Sapphire Preferred, Ink Preferred, or Sapphire Reserve to earn 2-3 Chase points per dollar spent and get free trip cancellation/interruption insurance, travel accident insurance, luggage insurance, trip and luggage delay protection, and more!

Southwest has some incredible fares to Hawaii by using promo code: Hawaii2022

  • Travel is valid from 1/6/22-3/9/22.
  • Travel must be booked by 10/7.
  • Code is valid for paid and award flights.

Unlike other airlines, Southwest doesn’t have basic economy fares and they have 2 free checked bags included on all fares!

You can pay cash and you’ll be able to make free changes or reuse the amount paid for a year.

Or you can use points and cancel anytime before departure for a full refund of your points and taxes paid. You can transfer points from Chase to Southwest instantly.

Mainland to Hawaii nonstop flight examples on 1/18:

  • Las Vegas-Honolulu: $110 or 7,153 points
  • Las Vegas-Kona: $110 or 7,153 points
  • Las Vegas-Maui: $110 or 7,153 points
  • Long Beach-Honolulu: $80 or 4,730 points
  • Long Beach-Maui: $80 or 4,730 points
  • Los Angeles-Honolulu: $80 or 4,730 points
  • Los Angeles-Kauai: $92 or 5,726 points
  • Los Angeles-Kona: $92 or 5,726 points
  • Los Angeles-Maui: $80 or 4,730 points
  • Oakland-Honolulu: $80 or 4,730 points
  • Oakland-Kauai: $80 or 4,730 points
  • Oakland-Kona: $80 or 4,730 points
  • Oakland-Maui: $80 or 4,730 points
  • Phoenix-Honolulu: $122 or 8,139 points
  • Phoenix-Kauai: $110 or 7,153 points
  • Phoenix-Kona: $80 or 4,730 points
  • Phoenix-Maui: $122 or 8,139 points
  • San Diego-Honolulu: $80 or 4,730 points
  • San Diego-Kauai: $92 or 5,726 points
  • San Diego-Maui: $80 or 4,730 points

Interisland flight examples on 1/18:

  • Honolulu-Hilo: $27 or 1,343 points
  • Honolulu-Kauai: $27 or 1,343 points
  • Honolulu-Kona: $27 or 1,343 points
  • Honolulu-Maui: $27 or 1,343 points
  • Maui-Kona: $27 or 1,343 points

If you, a member in your household, or an authorized user has one of the following Chase cards, you can transfer points into Southwest points:

Chase no-annual fee cards that are fantastic for earning points, but require one of the cards above for points transfers include:

  • Ink Business Cash® Credit Card has a record high 75K signup bonus and earns 5 points per dollar on cable, TV, telecom, cellular, office supply stores, and gift cards from office supply stores, plus 2 points per dollar on dining and gas ($0 annual fee). Read more here.
  • Chase Ink Unlimited has a record high 75K signup bonus and earns 1.5 points per dollar everywhere ($0 annual fee). Read more here.
  • Chase Freedom Flex has a 20K signup bonus, plus earn 5 points per dollar on up to $12K in groceries for 1 year, plus 5 points on rotating categories, 5 points per dollar on travel purchased through the Chase Ultimate Rewards portal, and 3 points per dollar on dining and drugstores ($0 annual fee). Read more here.
  • Chase Freedom Unlimited® has a 20K signup bonus, plus earn 5 points per dollar on up to $12K in groceries for 1 year, at least 1.5 points per dollar everywhere, 5 points per dollar on travel purchased through the Chase Ultimate Rewards portal, and 3 points per dollar on dining and drugstores ($0 annual fee). Read more here.

Dan’s Note:

Want to read more about Hawaii?

My love of Hawaii began 15 years ago when I posted and grabbed a deal paying just $87 for airfare and hotel.  Since then I’ve been lucky enough to spend several months between the stunning islands, which each offer a unique and wonderful experience.  You can’t go wrong with any of them, there are just 2 things is to be careful of.

Always a good day in Maui #MauiNoKaOi

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1. Don’t get stuck in Honolulu. I’ve heard from too many people who spent an entire week and never left the city limits.  That’s just a shame, they may as well have gone to Miami Beach.  While I prefer The Big Island, Kauai, and Maui to Oahu, there is still plenty to see and experience on Oahu as long as you leave Honolulu behind.
2. Don’t try to “do” several islands in a week. If you just have 4-7 days of vacation then you should stick to one island. There will be plenty to do to keep you busy and it will allow for some time to relax. There’s no need to add the stress of interisland travel just for the sake of “doing” another island. With 9 days or more to play with, it does make sense to experience more than 1 island.

As for which island is best, read on and decide for yourself!  If you ask 5 people you’ll probably get 6 different answers 😀

 

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Trip reports and posts on Hawaii:

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