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Take A Dream Trip to Tahiti for Half The Price

By Mitti Hicks


Once in a while you come across a flight deal that you are convinced is too good to be true. After checking, cross-checking, and analyzing some more, we can assure you that these prices to Tahiti are legit.


It’s no secret that a trip to Tahiti is pricey.   On average, a round-trip flight from the United States can be priced anywhere from $1,500 to $2,000 on economy. After plugging in some dates on Google Flights, we found some flights to Papeete, the capital of Tahiti,  with prices in the $600 range.


We’re not sure how long this deal will last so here’s how to book this flight:


From Charlotte

The cheapest option to Tahiti from Charlotte is at the end of November into early December. Using Google Flights, a round-trip flight to Tahiti will cost $672 round-trip on United Airlines.



From Austin

There are a few options from Austin on United Airlines. If have some time built up in schedule, then you can spend roughly 12 days in Tahiti for $669 round-trip on United. This deal means you have to leave on Friday, Nov. 29 and return on Thursday Dec. 13.


If you don’t have that much time to take off, then come back one-week earlier, on Dec. 6 for the same price, according to Google Flights.


From Phoenix

The cheapest dates from Phoenix to Tahiti were found in early December, but there is some wiggle room. Using the dates Dec. 9 through Dec. 23, United has a flight for $669 round-trip or $674 round-trip.



From San Jose

The cheapest travel dates to Tahiti from San Jose were found in early December. Unlike the other destinations, this deal is through Delta and Air France. The dates used, Jan. 23 through Jan. 30, will have in Papeete for $678 round-trip.


With this flight deal from San Jose, there are two long layovers in Las Vegas and Los Angeles airports.  


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