Flight Deal: San Francisco to Hawaii for Under $300

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Shave ice and Dole Whip are in your future with these cheap flights. We found tons of great deals to Hawaii on multiple airlines, including some rare deals to Lanai, which few visitors ever get a chance to visit.

San Francisco to Honolulu for $298 round-trip

Less than $300 for a round-trip flight to Hawaii is a steal. We found this flight on Sun Country Airlines, which is a low-cost carrier that charges up to $30 per carry-on overhead bag. Still, even with the extra baggage charges, the flight would come out to less than $400. Prices generally run $450 or more for round-trip flights.

You’ll have to be ready to take some vacation days quick, because these low fares are only available on certain days during August.

San Francisco to Kahului for $318 round-trip

The island of Maui is popular with travelers because it has more of a vacation-town feel than much of Oahu. Fly nonstop there on the excellent Hawaiian Airlines or Alaska Airlines, starting at $318 round-trip for Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday flights. United Airlines is also matching the price.

» Learn more: Hawaiian Airlines HawaiianMiles: The complete guide

San Francisco to Lanai for $496

Lanai is the smallest inhabited Hawaiian island, and many travelers never venture to this rugged tropical landscape simply because of the cost of flights and accommodations. Right now, Hawaiian Airlines is offering a rare deal there.

For less than $500, you could get a round-trip flight there via a quick stop in Honolulu That’s over $100 cheaper than the normal prices. There’s availability on certain weekday flights Monday through Thursdays through February 2020.

These prices were current as of Thursday morning. They are subject to change and availability.

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