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Alaska Sale to Hawaii – From $99 One-Way Between California and Hawaii

Written by Charlie

Take off this spring to Hawaii with this special Alaska Airlines sale! With one-way tickets starting at $99 from California, it could be a good time to get some Hawaiian sun.

Want to squeeze out some more sunshine from a different part of the globe? Alaska Airlines has a flash sale running that can get you from California to Hawaii for just under $100. Here are the details.

Alaska Sale to Hawaii From $99 Between California and Hawaii

The last time we had some really good fares between California and Hawaii, it was when Southwest launched to Hawaii (and those were just ridiculously good fares from $49!). These are still pretty good prices so if you want to hit Hawaii, check it out!

Alaska Sale to Hawaii Details:

  • Sale Dates:  3/3/20 @ 12:00am PT – 3/5/20 @ 11:59pm PT
  • Travel Dates: 4/21/20 – 5/20/20, flights to/from Hawaii on Tues/Wed only
  • Pricing: Fares start at $99 one-way (Saver) / $129 one-way (Main)

Differences between Saver and Main

That’s right, the $99 fare is their “Saver” fare which has more restrictions than their normal “Main” fare. So, if you would rather not have a “basic” economy fare where your seat selection is much more limited, etc, opt for the Main fare.

Plus, you have to love the airline named after the 49th state having a sale to their 50th state. 🙂

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Charlie has been an avid traveler and runner for many years. He has run in marathons around the world for less than it would cost to travel to the next town - all as a result of collecting and using miles and points. Over the years, he has flown hundreds of thousands of miles and collected millions of miles and points.
Now he uses this experience and knowledge to help others through Running with Miles.