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Denver to Kona Kailua Hawaii $362 RT on Delta Airlines (BE) (travel Jan-May 2018)

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Delta Airlines have roundtrip airfare from Denver CO (DEN) to Kona Kailua Hawaii (KOA) for $362, making 1 stop. This is Delta Airlines' basic economy fare. On Delta, your basic economy fare will still allow a carry-on bag in addition to a small personal item (unlike the other basic economies). See below for restrictions. OR....upgrade $35 each way ($70 RT, still not a bad price!)

Travel Availability:

Departs DEN: Jan 10, 17-19, 21, 24-26, 28-31; Feb 4-5, 26; March 6 ad May 3
Returns: Generally 7-day stay but I'm seeing wider and good availability. For instance, in May you have an option of returning any day thru May 18 so as long as you choose a departure date of May 3.

Use dates and book it on Priceline [priceline.com] or Delta Airlines [delta.com] directly. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money.

A Delta Air Lines Basic Economy Fare means:
** No seat assignment until after check-in
** No guarantee of seats together for families or groups
** No refunds or ticket changes, including same day changes
** No paid or complimentary upgrades
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thank you !
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Loving the competition. United airlines just started non stop from Denver to Hawaii today.
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looks good if you live on CO. i flew united from Newark (NYC) to Honolulu, non stop round trip, for just 45K chase points. it was a steal. delta and hawaii were charging $1000+

you have to transfer your chase points to united and redeem that way. something to think about if you live near a united hub and have a chase ink/sapphire card
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Don't think transferring points that way is a good idea. You lose the 50% Chase Sapphire Reserve Bonus. It really is a 50% bonus. Hard to compare airlines, but easy to compare hotel rates. I found their Ultimate rewards portal to be equal to or lower than lowest rates on any site. Then add the 50% bonus and wow. I am not talking about the overpriced Chase Luxury Hotel collection.

Example. Caesar Palace Thanksgiving rates were $90 for their lowest rates. Using points, it was just $ 60 a night worth of points. I paid more, but for a mini suite with two bathrooms. $90 for Palace Premium, than upgraded to mini suite for free. Similar deals all over. Most refundable. Mandarin Oriental would have been about $80 less than lowest price anywhere.
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looks good if you live on CO. i flew united from Newark (NYC) to Honolulu, non stop round trip, for just 45K chase points. it was a steal. delta and hawaii were charging $1000+

you have to transfer your chase points to united and redeem that way. something to think about if you live near a united hub and have a chase ink/sapphire card
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Don't think transferring points that way is a good idea. You lose the 50% Chase Sapphire Reserve Bonus. It really is a 50% bonus. Hard to compare airlines, but easy to compare hotel rates. I found their Ultimate rewards portal to be equal to or lower than lowest rates on any site. Then add the 50% bonus and wow. I am not talking about the overpriced Chase Luxury Hotel collection.

Example. Caesar Palace Thanksgiving rates were $90 for their lowest rates. Using points, it was just $ 60 a night worth of points. I paid more, but for a mini suite with two bathrooms. $90 for Palace Premium, than upgraded to mini suite for free. Similar deals all over. Most refundable. Mandarin Oriental would have been about $80 less than lowest price anywhere.
While I agree with Paul, soloshv may not have the Reserve card

edit: I personally think the best use of UR points is to fly to Asia in business or first class. Transfer to KAL/Asiana can score you round trip first class for ~100k
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Been to Kona couple of times, beautiful island...don't forget to go check out volcano 🌋 park.
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Any pros know of a time of year when there are discounts for attractions / etc?

Airfare is one thing, but it's very expensive when over there. You may save money by paying more on airfare if it means some large discount on lodging or attractions.

I did see
January 15, 2018
FREE ENTRANCE TO HAWAI'I VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK & PU'UHONUA O HONAUNAU IN HONOR OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY
The National Park Service announces today that the public will be invited to experience all national parks, without entrance fees today.

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The National Park Service has designated the following fee free days for 2018:

January 15: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
April 21: First Day of National Park Week
September 22: National Public Lands Day
November 11: Veterans Day
Park entrance fees will be waived on these days.
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Any pros know of a time of year when there are discounts for attractions / etc?

Airfare is one thing, but it's very expensive when over there. You may save money by paying more on airfare if it means some large discount on lodging or attractions.

I did see
January 15, 2018
FREE ENTRANCE TO HAWAI'I VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK & PU'UHONUA O HONAUNAU IN HONOR OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY
The National Park Service announces today that the public will be invited to experience all national parks, without entrance fees today.

and
The National Park Service has designated the following fee free days for 2018:

January 15: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
April 21: First Day of National Park Week
September 22: National Public Lands Day
November 11: Veterans Day
Park entrance fees will be waived on these days.
The dates for this airfare deal are during our off season. Bundles are the way to go.

Most of the free to almost free attractions like waterfalls, beaches, coffee farms, sweets shops, and Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park(on those days you mention), are quite a drive away from each other. So what is saved on airfare will most likely go towards rental car + gas.

There are plenty of Groupon, klook, etc deals for the Big Island right now for attractions like ziplining and manta ray dives. Also, there are free guide magazines with some coupons once you arrive at the airport.

Hope this helps!
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Wow that photo makes the earth look flat!
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