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Flight Deal: Fly From Atlanta To Hawaii For As Low As $402

By DeAnna Taylor

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It seems like all Hawaii deals only depart from the West Coast these days but look at what the flight deal Gods are doing for the south!

United Airlines just rolled out a deal that goes from Atlanta, Georgia to Honolulu, Hawaii for only $402 roundtrip.

These low price flights, surprisingly, don’t come with crazy long layovers either. While they aren’t direct flights, passengers will have layovers each way, that are under an hour. So, it’s practically nonstop.

You can travel under this deal between mid-August and early December. There are several available date options each month as well. To quickly find dates, it is best to search using Google Flights. Make sure that you click the reset button before looking for lowest prices, to ensure your computer isn’t running off of old searches. Trust, it makes a difference.

This deal is apart of United’s basic fare. This means that the following restrictions will apply:

  • You cannot select your seat prior to travel. One will be randomly assigned to you.
  • You will be limited to a personal item only. United’s basic fare does not allow access to overhead bins. However, your first checked bag is only $30.
  • You cannot make changes or upgrade the ticket once confirmed.

As mentioned, it is only $30 to check a bag which still comes out to be a great deal.

Related: How To Spend A Day In Black Owned Hawaii

Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii and is located on the island of Oahu’s south shore. One of the most famous neighborhoods in Honolulu is Waikiki. There you will find everything a tourist wishes for from nightlife to food.

If you want something a little less lively, then check out the world’s largest open-air market, Ala Moana. From there, make your way over to the pan-Asian alleys of Chinatown to eat your heart out – you can even see the only royal palace in the United States.

No matter which island you decide to visit, there is plenty to do. Be sure to participate in a Luau to really get a feel of authentic Hawaiian culture.

Grab your flight now. Low-priced Hawaii flights out of Atlanta don’t come around very often.

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DeAnna Taylor

DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel blogger, author, and writer. While Charlotte, NC (her hometown) is her base, she's always somewhere on a plane. Catch her on IG: @brokeandabroadlife.

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