Arby’s Is Selling Flights To Hawaii For $6—But There’s A Catch

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Dreaming of a getaway to Hawaii? Fast food chain Arby’s is selling flights to the tropical U.S. islands. Yep, you read that right. The restaurant chain better known for its beef sandwiches is practically giving away vacations to Hawaii as part of a zany promotion known as Arby’s $6 Hawaiian Getaway.

Before you get carried away and start packing your bags, you should know there is a major catch: Your entire trip will only last one day. Winners will fly out of Los Angeles on Saturday, April 27, and come back six hours later. You’ll be in and out of the Aloha State faster than you can say Classic Beef ‘N Cheddar.

If you’re still interested, the sale begins on Friday, April 12 at 12:00 p.m. EDT. Tickets are first come, first served so we’re guessing they’ll go very quickly. Check out the announcement on Twitter from @Arby’s:

What the promotion lacks in length, it makes up for in sandwiches. While in Hawaii, the 10 winners will get to enjoy Arby’s food, including all three of the chain’s new King’s Hawaiian sandwiches. Those include the Sweet & Spicy Luau Chicken, the Big Kahuna and the Smokehouse Brisket sandwich, all of which are served on sweet King’s Hawaiian buns and available for a limited time. Although you won’t get the chance to see much of the sights, you will be able to relax on the beach before boarding the plane back to the mainland. And you’ll eat to your heart’s content.

“No volcanoes. No pineapple farms. Just you, sweet buns, tender meats, and a Hawaiian paradise to eat them in. Tickets on sale April 12th,” reads the fast food chain’s description for the event.


There is no purchase necessary, and the promotion is open to legal U.S. residents, ages 18 and older only. See the complete details and read the fine print here.