Arby's is offering short trips to Hawaii for only $6.

Arby’s is offering short trips to Hawaii for only $6.

Hawaii is one of the most popular vacation destinations, and fast-food chain Arby’s is making it cheaper than ever to visit for 10 lucky people.

In honor of its new King’s Hawaiian sandwiches, the restaurant is offering the chance to buy round-trip flights to Honolulu, Hawaii, for only $6 apiece.

The catch is that your trip will only last for “six sandwich-filled hours.” It’s not clear exactly how you’ll be spending those six hours, but the terms and conditions state that the winners will have “the opportunity to participate in a marketing video shoot for Arby’s and King’s Hawaiian,” and each participant must sign a publicity release allowing their likeness to appear in marketing materials.

The first five tickets will go on sale on Friday, April 12, at 12 p.m. ET, while the other five will go on sale on Monday, April 15, at 12 p.m. ET.

Arby's wants to send you to Hawaii for $6.

Arby’s wants to send you to Hawaii for $6.

Tickets can be purchased on a special section of Arby’s website. According to the official terms and conditions, those who are lucky enough to get a ticket will either be required to pay the $6 via credit card or enter the free redemption code “ALOHA” after entering in their details.

The trip starts with a coach-class flight from your nearest major airport to Los Angeles for an overnight stay at a hotel. Then, you would fly either first class or business class from LA to Honolulu on April 27 before heading back to Los Angeles that same day.

“Just you, sweet buns, tender meats, and a Hawaiian paradise to eat them in,” Arby’s describes on its website.

You'll fly to Los Angeles before heading to Honolulu.

You’ll fly to Los Angeles before heading to Honolulu.
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They will also receive a $150 gift card for per diem expenses and a $500 check to “help offset, but not completely eliminate any tax liability associated with accepting.”

The offer is only available to legal residents of one of the 50 US states and you must be at least 18.

Find out more about the flight deal on Arby’s website.



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