Deal: Low Fares To Hawaii From SFO $296 RT


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There are cheap flights to Hawaii out of San Fransisco over the next couple of months. Looking to take your sweetie on a Hawaiian getaway for Valentine’s day? This is your chance. Looks like you can book round trip on Hawaiian Airlines for only $296 on Orbitz.

Deal: Low Fares To Hawaii From SFO $296 RT

Check Orbitz:

As an example, fly:

  • San Francisco, CA  (SFO) to Maui (Island of Maui), HI  (OGG)
  • Fri, Feb 12 – Tue, Feb 16

Deal: Low Fares To Hawaii From SFO $296 RT

Or maybe you want to go for Spring Break in March:

  • San Francisco, CA  (SFO) to Maui (Island of Maui), HI  (OGG)
  • Thu, Mar 3 – Thu, Mar 10

Deal: Low Fares To Hawaii From SFO $296 RT

Tip: Use Orbitz flexible date option as seen here to view a calendar with dates that will offer you the lowest fares:

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Bottom Line

Check out these low fares on Hawaiian Airlines to Maui from SFO through mid-March. Rates appear to go up in April. Happy Booking!

HT: Reader Max

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