Here’s what’s interesting today:
- Prince Resorts Hawaii just announced their new winter promotion that includes daily $50 resort credit along with some good rates.
- Hawaiian Airlines is offering a $100 e-certificate to Hawaiian Miles Members who book a flight between the Mainland U.S. and Hawaii before December 12, 2008 and travel by June 4, 2009. Here’s more about this offer.
- When I mentioned the announcement of Mokulele Airlines expanding their fleet and interisland operations, I speculated that there might be an airfare war on the horizon. Lo and behold there is an interisland airfare war for the holiday season with one-way fares as low at $45. So, far Mokulele and go! are both offering $45 one way, while Island Air is offering $99 round-trip. I wonder if Hawaiian will soon join in the fray. These low fares can make island hopping more affordable. If you need island hopping ideas, see my suggestions for what to see and do with one day on each of the Hawaiian Islands.
- From this Star Bulletin article, there are two interesting tidbits. First the revival of CBS’s Hawaii Five-O is pending at the moment. (Oh please, oh please, CBS, bring it back!) The other good nugget from that article, is that there’s a new Elvis store at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Elvis spent quite a bit of time in Laie and the Polynesian Cultural Center, so it’s fitting that they have a store to celebrate him.