It was just a day ago we extolled the benefits of price wars on flights to Hawaii. On Monday, flights in the low $300 range could be found flying out of a number of US cities. On Tuesday, fares dropped even further through Alaska Airlines.
Right now, you can find round-trip flights to Hawaii for as little as $177 in April and May, which is an insanely ridiculous price. The best news -- okay the second best piece of news -- is that many of the flights are non-stop, and it's not a budget airline that will charge you for luggage, food, and seat selections.
Cheap routes include $177 from San Francisco to Maui (OGG) or Kona (KOA), Oakland to Kona, and San Jose to Maui. Earlier on Tuesday there were also deals out of Los Angeles, but it goes to show that sub-$200 prices aren't going to last long. In fact, fares this low often last just a few hours before the price starts to rise again. If you're seeing this post days after publication, the ridiculously low fares are probably gone already. You have to move quickly if you hope to be bragging about your Hawaiian vacation later on.