Honolulu, Hawaii (PRWEB) July 26, 2014
Travel industry analysts at Beat of Hawaii have updated their yearly report on when to book the best Hawaii vacation deals and find the cheapest time to fly to Hawaii. The popular independent Hawaii deal site has been sharing airline deals since 2008 and now has 10K daily subscribers in its complimentary subscription base and nearly 2 million annual visitors.
Using their custom tracking technology, Beat of Hawaii looks for discounted airline seats on airlines that fly to Hawaii. After independently verifying each Hawaii deal available, they report on the best dates to book for lower airfares. Their free subscribers can then go directly to each carrier and book online.
Beat of Hawaii says that airlines have better control of pricing than in previous years and reports a trend of higher than average off season fares. According to their predictions, west coast departure cities will average $400 to $600 round-trip this fall including all taxes and fees. Midwest and east coast cities run $250 to $300 higher.
When to travel for Hawaii deals and when to purchase are both reported in their "Cheapest Time to Fly to Hawaii." Currently Beat of Hawaii anticipates more Hawaii deals will be available for travel from mid-August to early December (with the exception of Thanksgiving) and January 6 to March 1, 2015 plus April 7 to June 4, 2015. For visitors planning to spend Christmas in Hawaii, the lowest priced travel dates will be December 24, 25, 31 and January 1.
When to buy Hawaii vacation deals varies. Beat of Hawaii predicts that fall sales may not appear until September or even later. For Spring 2015, Hawaii deals may appear at any time from late summer through winter. Their best recommendation to find Christmas in Hawaii fares is to book as early as possible or take a chance that airlines may have last minute inventory available.
To see the complete report on Hawaii vacation deals, go directly to http://www.beatofhawaii.com/cheapest-time-to-fly-to-hawaii/.
About Beat of Hawaii
Founded by long time Hawaii residents Rob Kvidt and Jeff Tucker in January 2008, Beat of Hawaii has appeared repeatedly in national and international press including USAToday and "Ask Arthur Frommer." Their frequent updates track Hawaii air deals, industry news and Hawaii tips. With over 100,000 daily subscribers, they have become the go to source in Hawaii travel. More information is available on their website.