Hawaiian Miles Value: How Much Are They Worth?

Points & Miles Value
Hawaiian Miles have an average value of 1.2 cents each when used towards award flights with Hawaiian Airlines and their partners.
Last Updated 2022-03-31 By R.Flowers III

Hawaiian Miles have the best value when redeemed for award flights with Hawaiian Airlines. In addition to flights, Hawaiian Miles can also be used for gift cards, hotel stays, car rentals, and more.

How Much Are Hawaiian Miles Worth?

The Point Calculator values Hawaiian Miles at 1.2 cents each when redeemed for award flights. This means that 10,000 miles would have an average value of $120.

Miles can also be used for hotels, gift cards, and car rentals, but these will typically give your miles lower value.

Hawaiian Miles Value

Hawaiian Miles Value
Redemption Average Point Value
Award Flights 1.2 Cents
Hotels: Miles+Cash 1.1 Cents
Hotels: All Miles 0.6 Cents
Gift Cards & Certificates 0.5 Cents

Award Flights

Hawaiian Miles can be redeemed towards award travel on Hawaiian Airlines and several airline partners. Those partners are:

Due to Hawaiian Airlines being the largest carrier of Hawaii and the location of the state, you'll have access to some great redemption options between the U.S., Asia, and Oceania.

Below are a couple of solid redemption options that can get you great value out of your Hawaiian Miles.

Fly Between The Neighboring Hawaiian Islands

One of the best uses of Hawaiian Miles is redeeming them to fly between neighboring Hawaiian Islands on Hawaiian Airlines. One-way flights between islands start at 7,500 Hawaiian Miles while premium cabin awards start at 15,000 Hawaiian Miles. You can also pay cash for the economy and use your Hawaiian Miles to upgrade to a premium cabin starting at 7,500 Hawaiian Miles.

Hop between the Hawaiian Islands starting at 7,500 Hawaiian Miles.

Fly From The U.S. To Hawaii

If you're trying to get from the continental U.S. to Hawaii, you can easily do so using Hawaiian Airlines. Thanks to their airline partners, there's many cities you can choose to fly out of.

You can find award space for one-way Main Class tickets between 20,000 and 40,000 Hawaiian Miles depending on which side of the U.S. you're flying from.

Fly From Hawaii To Australia, New Zealand, and Japan

If you're flying from the Hawaiian Islands, you can get some great value out of your Hawaiian Miles to several Asia and Oceania destinations. Economy start as low as 35,000 Hawaiian Miles while Business starts as low as 65,000 Hawaiian Miles.

Destinations include:

  • Auckland, New Zealand (AKL)
  • Brisbane, Australia (BNE)
  • Osaka, Japan (KIX)
  • Tokyo, Japan (HND and TYO)
  • Sydney, Australia (SYD)

Car Rentals

Hawaiian Miles can be redeemed for car rental gift certificates for Avis and Budget. This will give your miles a value of 0.5 cents each.

Gift certificates are available in denominations of $50, $100, and $200 which will cost you 10k, 20k, and 40k Hawaiian Miles respectively.

Hotel Stays

Hawaiian Miles can be used to book hotel stays through the Hawaiian Miles Hotel Awards portal.

Booking hotels through the portal using Cash+Miles will give you significantly more value then booking with all miles. It's a very noticeable difference.

When using Cash+Miles, you'll find that the amount of Hawaiian Miles required will typically be low which is good because you'll be able to stretch your points over multiple bookings.

Shopping, Dining, & More

Hawaiian Miles can be redeemed for gift certificates with several partners with most offering a value of 0.5 cents per mile. These partners include:

  • Foodland
  • Hele
  • Maui Jim Sunglasses
  • The Alley Restaurant
  • 76

Magazines and Newspapers

Hawaiian Miles can be redeemed for magazine through MagsForMiles. Since magazines are cheap and the amount of Hawaiian Miles required to redeem a magazines subscription starts as low as 200 miles, you can get some great value out of your Hawaiian Miles.

Hawaiian Miles can also be used for a newspaper subscription. As with magazines, this will give your miles good value. Available options will depend on your zip code.

If you have a small balance of Hawaiian Miles you're looking to get rid of or your Hawaiian Miles are due to expire, these are great options to consider.

Share Hawaiian Miles

Hawaiian Miles can be shared between members. This can be very useful for pooling points to get to award travel faster.

If you are a Hawaiian Airlines cardholder, you'll be able to share Hawaiian Miles free of charge.

  • No transaction fees for mileage transfers
  • No charges per mile
  • No minimum or maximum number of miles transferred
  • 10 share transactions per calendar year

If you don't have a Hawaiian Airlines credit or debit card, it will cost you share Hawaiian Miles between members.

  • $25 service fee
  • $0.01 per mile transfer fee
  • Minimum of 2,000 Hawaiian Miles must be transferred

Without a Hawaiian Airlines credit card, transferring a simple 2,000 Hawaiian Miles would cost you a $25 service fee plus $20 at the rate of $0.01 per mile for a total of $45. While that is quite a bit of fees, it's still cheaper than buying miles.

Hawaiian Miles can be donated to charity. If you're in the mood to give or you need to redeem your expiring miles, you'll have over 10 different charities to choose from.

Convert Hawaiian Miles To Dollars

Use the Hawaiian Miles Value Calculator to determine the cash value of Hawaiian Miles based on our average redemption values.

Enter any amount of Frontier Miles to calculate the dollar value.
Miles
Redemption Estimated Value
Award Flights (Research) $0 - $0
Award Flights (Average) $0
Hotels: Miles+Cash $0
Hotels: All Miles $0
Gift Cards/Certificates $0
Car Rentals $0

FAQ

How much are Hawaiian Miles worth?

Hawaiian Miles are worth about 1.2 cents each. This means 10,000 points has a rough cash value of $120 on average.