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Frequent Traveler University Advanced is an event where miles and points collectors from around the country get together to share tips and make new friends!
And you’ll have the opportunity to learn how to book paid and award flights like a pro from expert speakers!
These sessions will take place in Dallas from September 25, 2015, to September 27, 2015. And in Washington, DC, from August 21, 2015, to August 23, 2015.
Because space is limited, tickets sell out very quickly!
What Can You Expect at Frequent Traveler University Advanced?
At Frequent Traveler University Advanced, you’ll learn techniques for booking flights and hotels that go beyond the basics.
Sessions will cover the following topics:
- Award booking on American Airlines, United Airlines, and Other Airlines
- Using KVS Tool & Expert Flyer to Find Award Seats
- Maximizing Your Spending
- Getting the Most Out of Hotel Loyalty Programs
- Tips for International Travel
- Advanced Booking Techniques for Paid Flights
Sessions will be hands-on, so bring your laptops!
You’ll learn from experts such as:
- Greg Davis-Kean from Frequent Miler
- Matthew Klint from Live and Let’s Fly
- Stefan Krasowski from Rapid Travel Chai
- Scott Mackenzie from Travel Codex
What I enjoy most about Frequent Traveler University is making new friends!
Tickets cost $249 and include:
- 90-minute open bar cocktail reception on Friday night
- 3-course lunches on Saturday and Sunday
Tickets are non-refundable. But if your plans change, you can transfer your ticket to another person (up to 4 days before the event) for $25 fee.
If you prefer to stay at another hotel, you can earn 1,000 bonus points from PointsHound when you book a 3-night stay through the FTU link. This deal is good for reservations made by May 15, 2015, and for stays through December 31, 2015.
Need a Ride?
The Hyatt Regency DFW is located inside the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.
But if you have plans to explore the city, you can save $50 on a 2-day or more Silvercar rental with promotional code “FTU50”.
This discount is good on all rentals at any Silvercar location through December 31, 2015, and it’s open to new and existing Silvercar customers.
But if you’re new to Silvercar, you can get an even better deal by signing-up my referral link and referral code “DDUBASH”. That’s because new members can save $25 on their 1st rental. Then use “FTU50” to save $50 on your 2nd rental or 2 days or more.
Unfortunately, Silvercar doesn’t currently serve Washington, DC. However, the Hyatt Regency Crystal City does offer a free shuttle to Reagan National Airport.
At Frequent Traveler University Advanced you’ll learn pro tips on booking from some of your favorite bloggers. And tickets are on sale today for $249.
You can attend this event at the in Dallas from September 25, 2015, to September 27, 2015. Or in Washington, DC, from August 21, 2015, to August 23, 2015.
Frequent Traveler University Advanced can sell out within hours! So if you’re interested in attending, book quickly!
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