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United Airlines Mileage Plus Saver Award RT Air Ticket to Hawaii 36K Miles (20% Off) - Book by Dec 8

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This Cyber Monday, we're offering rare savings on Hawaii travel: a roundtrip Saver Award ticket in United Economy® is just 36,000 miles, regularly 45,000 miles. Travel between January 7 and March 10 — peak whale-watching season — and book by December 8.
It's our little way of saying "mahalo" for 70 great years of service in Hawaii.

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This offer for discounted Saver Awards is available to all MileagePlus members.
Saver award discount is only valid for air travel.
Tickets must be booked no later than 11:59 p.m. CST on December 8, 2017.
Offer is valid for travel beginning on or after January 7, 2018, and completed on or before March 10, 2018.
Offer is valid for travel on all days of the week.
Discounted Saver Award is only valid for roundtrip travel between Hawaii and the contiguous United States + Alaska.
Discounted Saver Award is only valid for roundtrip travel in United Economy.
Discounted Saver Award is combinable with other award types as long as the itinerary is roundtrip (e.g., a member can book a Standard Award for the outbound portion of an itinerary and a Saver Award for the return portion, or vice versa) but only the flight segments purchased with a qualifying Saver Award will be eligible for a discount.
For this offer, "roundtrip" is defined as travel from an origin city to a destination city with return travel ending at the origin city, and with all segments on flights operated by United Airlines. A segment is defined as one takeoff and one landing. Open-jaw itineraries within the same region do qualify for the discount. Stopovers are not permitted. A booking service charge may apply for travel booked less than 21 days before departure.
Award pricing is subject to change without notice.
Qualifying existing award tickets may be reissued, upon request, to the award sale mileage. They are subject to the award change policy, including any applicable service fees.
Passenger is responsible for all taxes, fees, baggage fees and surcharges applicable to aoward travel, including, with respect to government imposed taxes and fees, September 11th Security Fee of $5.60 per one-way trip that does not include a government defined stopover, US Customs, Immigration and APHIS User Fees of $17.50 for each international arrival in the U.S.; and non-U.S. government ticket taxes, fees and airport charges may add up to $275 per ticket as of January 1, 2017. Such taxes, fees and surcharges must be paid at the time of ticketing and are subject to change. Any valid unused award ticket may be returned to the MileagePlus Service Center, for a service charge, up to one year from the date of issue. Award seats are subject to availability and capacity-control restrictions apply. For more information on MileagePlus award travel visit united.com/awards.
Travel on award tickets is not eligible for mileage accrual in United MileagePlus or any other loyalty program.
This offer is not combinable with other offers.
Changes to travel itineraries are permitted in advance. Changes may be subject to additional service fees of up to $125 per ticket (based on account status at the time when the miles were redeemed).
If a wholly unused ticket is exchanged for travel outside of the promotion period or travel that does not otherwise comply with the terms and conditions of this promotion, the mileage will be credited back into the member's account, subject to an applicable service charge, and a new ticket will be issued at the mileage redemption rate commensurate with the new award. Any changes made after the sale ticketing period ends will require a reissue of the entire ticket and sale pricing will not apply.
If the value of a partially used ticket is applied to travel outside of the promotion period, the traveler must purchase a new one-way ticket or redeem a new one-way award at the applicable mileage-redemption rate. The unused return portion of the ticket is not valid for travel and cannot be credited back into the member's account.
Redemption of additional award miles may be required if any portion of the itinerary is outside of the promotion period or does not otherwise comply with the terms and conditions of this promotion.
This offer is subject to change or cancellation without notice. Other restrictions may apply.


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I'm awful with understanding how miles work so forgive my ignorance. I have 130k miles on my Amex platinum. Would I have to convert to united to spend these miles? Is there an upcharge from converting Amex to united miles?

Again, sorry for my lack of understanding of how miles work
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I wouldn't go to Hawaii unless you find a good deal on hotels.
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Thanks for the heads up. Just trying to book a honeymoon flight with my miles, not really set on one location
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I wouldn't go to Hawaii unless you find a good deal on hotels.
Airbnb is a good option for a budget trip
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I wouldn't go to Hawaii unless you find a good deal on hotels.
Yeah, there are a lot of places you can stay that seem pretty nice for as low as $99/night. Check Homeaway and the like.
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Yeah, there are a lot of places you can stay that seem pretty nice for as low as $99/night. Check Homeaway and the like.
Best fares I've seen petty much are time are Allegiant Air.
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Best fares I've seen petty much are time are Allegiant Air.
*Edit didn't mean to quote you
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Cheaper to use Korean Air if you're flying from the West Coast. Only 25k miles roundtrip
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Cheaper to use Korean Air if you're flying from the West Coast. Only 25k miles roundtrip
More info? Link?
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Deal link is asking for a promo code
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More info? Link?
It's always 25k points.
http://www.milevalue.com/guide-to...-in-first/
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I'm unable to book without a Promotional Code...
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35k for a ~$350 fair to Maui isn't a good valuation. If you're going to Kauai, it's a bit better.

But consider that for 70k miles, you could fly to Asia in lie flat business class, a ~$3000 ticket. That's a helluva a lot better valuation. Better to just buy a ticket in cash.

At least from California.
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Deal link is asking for a promo code
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I'm unable to book without a Promotional Code...
weird. the original link i posted didn't require a promo code.

i updated with a new link: https://www.united.com/web/en-US/...ode=A17357
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