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Re: [aloha-donblanding] Re: Honolulu apt's/condo's

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  • Allen Dayton
    Tom! Don t go in high seasons of summer and winter. Shoulder seasons are best as hotels and condos are least occupied and they give best price breaks then.
    Message 1 of 5 , Mar 25, 2013
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      Tom!

      Don't go in high seasons of summer and winter. Shoulder seasons are best as hotels and condos are least occupied and they give best price breaks then. April or May in the Spring is OK. Late October, November (Thanksgiving may cause price rise) and first two weeks of December are OK. Try the internet and see what you can find -- Orbitz, Price Grabber, etc. Also look in back of Hawaii Magazine for condo deals. Also you may find a good package deal of airfare, car and condo.

      If you have a car, Costco has best food prices if you can consume what you buy -- roasted chicken was still only $5 which is what we pay on mainland.

      Take your AARP and AAA cards if you have them. Also, if retired military or DoD civil service, you can use PX and other facilities.

      Allen
    • mauibandb@...
      All below very good advice for TJ and Janice! Not sure if Star Advertiser online has rental ads. There is also a vacation rental listing in there. aloha
      Message 2 of 5 , Mar 26, 2013
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        All below very good advice for TJ and Janice! Not sure if Star Advertiser
        online has rental ads. There is also a vacation rental listing in there.

        aloha
        Maui Tom


        In a message dated 3/25/2013 12:25:30 P.M. Hawaiian Standard Time,
        adayton@... writes:

        Tom!

        Don't go in high seasons of summer and winter. Shoulder seasons are best
        as hotels and condos are least occupied and they give best price breaks
        then. April or May in the Spring is OK. Late October, November (Thanksgiving
        may cause price rise) and first two weeks of December are OK. Try the
        internet and see what you can find -- Orbitz, Price Grabber, etc. Also look in
        back of Hawaii Magazine for condo deals. Also you may find a good package
        deal of airfare, car and condo.

        If you have a car, Costco has best food prices if you can consume what you
        buy -- roasted chicken was still only $5 which is what we pay on mainland.


        Take your AARP and AAA cards if you have them. Also, if retired military
        or DoD civil service, you can use PX and other facilities.

        Allen


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