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Right now you can score some pretty cheap fares to Hawaii on Delta’s 747. I found booking through Orbitz on select dates in the late summer and early fall I could score flights for as cheap as $577 when other airlines are pricing out over $800.
The best part is you’ll earn a ton of MQMs because the cheap flights are all the way from Miami to Honolulu through Atlanta on Delta’s 747 service that was introduced on May 1st, 2015. Plus, we’ll share a coupon that will give you 15% off a hotel reservation with Orbitz through September 30, 2015.
Cheap Fares To Hawaii On 747
I found the cheap flights on Orbitz after clicking through to the purchase screen. At first, the searching flexible dates on Orbitz will not show the reduced price. But if you click through to the purchase page on Orbitz, you’ll see the cheaper fare of only $577.00 for a flight all the way to Honolulu from Miami. The next cheapest flight is well over $800.
Once you click through, you’ll see the reduced fares on Delta for only $577. The best part, is these flights are operated by the Delta 747 that restarted service on this route May 1st, 2015.
This is much cheaper than taking a flight from Atlanta which are pricing out a bit higher over $1,000 per ticket.
How To Get 15% Off Orbitz Hotel Bookings
Use Orbitz promotion code OOPS15 to get 15% off hotel bookings made with Orbitz. To get the discount, you must book before June 30th, 2015 for stays completed between January 1, 2015 and September 30, 2015.
You can book a flight with Orbitz from Miami to Honolulu in the late Summer or early fall for only $577 round trip from Miami through Atlanta to Honolulu on Delta’s renewed 747 service. You can also book a hotel with Orbitz and get a 15% discount by using promotion code OOPS15 for the duration of the promotion.
Have you seen any other cheap fares to Hawaii lately?
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