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Up To 25% Discount On United Awards To Hawaii

Thanks to DansDeals for the research and find of this unannounced United award sale going on right now for travel to Hawaii. What would normally cost travelers 45,000 United miles round trip to Hawaii can now be had for as low as 33,750 miles roundtrip. That is a 25% discount on the miles!

Fly To Hawaii On United For Up To 25% Savings Of Miles

That price is for United credit cardholders, though. For non-cardholders, you can get a 20% discount which comes to 36,000 miles. Either way, that is a significant savings on award travel to Hawaii! While certain airports can give you a great price to Hawaii, for many of us, the award option would be the better route.


Get a great discount on awards to Hawaii – up to 25% if you are a United cardholder (20% if not)

Here are the rules for this (rules found by DansDeals):

  • Travel valid on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday
  • Travel between 8/18 – 12/15
  • Travel only valid on United
  • Travel only valid in coach
  • Valid on roundtrip or on open-jaws
  • Not valid on one way awards
  • Not valid on stopover awards

If you have travel plans for Hawaii during this promo period, definitely give United a look. If you have a United credit card, it will give you 25% off.

Other Airlines

For everyone else, you can get 20% off. Delta and American Airlines charge 45,000 miles for this same trip, with the exception of AA’s off-peak dates of August 12 – December 15 (January 12 – March 13). For those off-peak dates, you can fly for 35,000 miles roundtrip. This is still cheaper!

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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.
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  • I paid 80K * 4 roundtrip using my account and my wife’s on I got 16K back, so in total, it was 304K or 76K per person with the 10% back in points. AA points have been easy to collect the past year and a half, especially with the AA exec and plat cards. This is good info though, a lot of my UR points went to Hyatt though for a 7 night stay between our accounts so I was glad to leverage both.

    • No idea right now since United has not actually announced this sale. I would imagine it would not be longer than a month, but it could close before that. Hard to say.