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Why It’s Actually Awesome That Hawaii Is So Ridiculously Expensive

At first, I was frustrated by the high price of everything on Hawaii. In fact, I almost felt dumb for visiting.

Basic resort rooms at $300 a night. Paying an extra $350 on top of the $700 plane tickets for one Economy Comfort seat (and sitting separately from him in a cheaper seat) just so my new 6’5″ husband could walk when he got off the 12-hour flight. The $175 grocery bill for a week of breakfast and bagged lunches. Ouch! Why visit Hawaii when you could get the same tropical vibes for a third of the price in Mexico or Thailand?

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