Book Today And Save 10K Miles Off United Awards To Hawaii


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-This promotion is currently bookable on













-Book by 5/6
-Travel 6/1-11/18
-Award travel on United between the US49/Canada to Hawaii is normally 45K miles round-trip.
With this discount it will be 35K miles if both dates fall within the promotion or 40K if one date falls within the promotion and one date is not within the dates of the promotion.
-Travel valid for saver coach awards only.
-Travel only valid on United. Tickets with Hawaiian air segments will not be discounted, so be sure to book those segments separately if needed.
-Valid on round-trip or on open-jaw (e.g. Newark-Kauai/Maui-Los Angeles) awards.
-Not valid on one-way awards.
-Not valid on stopover awards.
-United flies into Hilo (ITO), Honolulu (HNL), Kauai (LIH), Kona (KOA), and Maui (OGG).

Be sure you are logged into if you are elite or if you have select United cards with an annual fee like the Chase United Explorer card, as that gives you greatly expanded saver coach award space and last-seat standard award space in every class. It will only be reflected in the award calendar if you are logged in and you will only get free checked bags and priority boarding if you use that card.

HT: normathej, via DDF

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is there anything that can be done if i already booked my trip a week ago?


Try calling and see what they say?


Does this work for 2 separate tickets, how many points would 2 round trip tickets be


It’s 35K per RT, what’s your question exactly?


If I need to cancel what’s the cost to redeposit points or change the reservation?


how come i cant find this advertised anywhere?


35 is after the sale ?


Any discount from Europe or other places than mainland US?