As a Hawaiian airfare war wages, travelers can score $356 nonstop, round-trip flights.

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As airlines continue to compete over routes to Hawaii, travelers can take advantage of the latest airfare sale — flights to a number of islands for $356 round-trip.

A number of major airlines are engaged in the massive airfare war, including Hawaiian Airlines, United, American, and Alaska — all of which are selling nonstop flights to Kauai for the exact same price right now.

According to an alert from Thrifty Traveler Premium, discounted tickets to Hawaii can be purchased from more than 30 cities across the United States and Canada.

The most inexpensive flights, unsurprisingly, are from major West Coast hubs like Seattle ($372 round-trip), San Jose and San Francisco ($377), San Diego and Sacramento ($362), and Los Angeles ($356), among others.

But solid deals can also be found from the New York City area, where nonstop flights are selling for $596 round-trip.

Thrifty Traveler found that generally, the best prices are for trips in May, though availability can vary greatly depending on origin city and destination.

Travelers interested in taking advantage of the Hawaiian airfare competition should use Google Flights to identify the most inexpensive departure and return dates from their preferred airport. Maui, Oahu, Kauai, and the Big Island are all currently on sale.