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New York / New Jersey to Honolulu Hawaii $354 RT on American Airlines (3 Depart Dates in Jan 2019)

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tropical hawaii in the middle of a nor'easter?? heck yea!

American Airlines have round trip airfares travelling from New York / New Jersey (EWR) to Honolulu Hawaii (HNL) for $354, making 1 stop. There's more availability making 2 stops but I try to keep it 1 stop. However, this one stop may be up to 16 hrs in Dallas.

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Departs EWR: Jan 22, 28, 29
Returns: Jan 23, 24, 28, 29, 30; Feb 11, 12

Use dates and book this directly with American Airlines [aa.com]. For hotels, check Hotwire's Hot Rates [hotwire.com].

Honolulu Travel Guide [gohawaii.com]

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As an east coaster, 16 hrs in Dallas = 16 hrs of In-N-Out
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As an east coaster, 16 hrs in Dallas = 16 hrs of In-N-Out
As an LA-er, I'd rather have 16 hours of whataburger.
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As an LA-er, I'd rather have 16 hours of whataburger.
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As an east coaster, 16 hrs in Dallas = 16 hrs of In-N-Out
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As an LA-er, I'd rather have 16 hours of whataburger.
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Well, as my username implies, it's a veggie patty for me. laugh out loud

Staying on track, great price, though, for the trip.

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Hm. Hawaiian Airlines is at $600 for nonstop on those dates. Is it worth staying 16 hours in Dallas to save $250?
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I can't seem to replicate the deal with one stop.
I'll keep the TU since it's still a good deal, even with two stops.
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Hm. Hawaiian Airlines is at $600 for nonstop on those dates. Is it worth staying 16 hours in Dallas to save $250?
I would pay the $250 for NS, but not for one or more. nod
My time is valuable to me.
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I can't seem to replicate the deal with one stop.
I'll keep the TU since it's still a good deal, even with two stops.
As far as I can tell, the one stop option seems to require a 16 hour layover in Dallas. The two-stop flight is 12 hours faster!
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Booking from Dallas to HNL direct doesnt give you a discount. So bogus!
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I would pay the $250 for NS, but not for one or more. nod
My time is valuable to me.
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Having missed onward connections due to January weather delays from EWR I've sworn off anything but non-stop in the winter if possible. Granted, this specific one with a connection of 16 hours would be a stretch to screw up but I'll stick with non-stop.
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good price, but honolulu/oahu is not that great. much nicer places to visit in hawaii. would rather go to maui any day. much more authentic hawaii experience
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Recommendations for hotel/resorts that are close to the beach in Oahu?
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Recommendations for hotel/resorts that are close to the beach in Oahu?
Anywhere in Waikiki is close to the beach... I usually get an AirBNB because most of the hotels are over $200/night, more if they're right on the beach. Have also done AirBNBs in Waianae and the North Shore, though it's harder to find ones close to the beach in those areas.
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See similar prices through Chase, but not at AA. How low does NYC to Hawaii get?
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