Oahu Money Saving Tips
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Here are 11 ways to save money on your trip to Oahu.
The GoOahu card can save you a ton of money on attractions. The pass gets you access to tons of top attractions, like the Polynesian Cultural Center, a catamaran tour, Pearl Harbor, Waimea Valley, activities at Kualoa Ranch, classes, tours, and more.
If you do a pass for 3+ days, you also get one premium attraction included. (Things like a Circle Island Tour, Private Surf Lessons, etc.)
Save money and also room in your suitcase by renting all the kid gear you can. BabyQuip is like Airbnb for kid stuff. Rent pack ‘n plays, strollers, carriers, beach toys, beach tents, etc. from local families.
Food and groceries are more expensive in Hawaii, but you can save money if you stock up at Foodland or Costco.
All beaches in Oahu are free and open to the public.
Visit during the off season (February and March minus spring break, September through October, and most of November) for deals on hotels and activities. It’ll be less crowded too.