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You can learn more about this hobby from some of your favorite bloggers and meet other great folks who love to travel for less. This event takes place October 16, 2015, to October 18, 2015.
Find out what you can expect at the Chicago Seminars!
What Are the Chicago Seminars?
The Chicago Seminars are geared towards teaching beginners how to collect miles and points for Big Travel with Small Money! And folks who aren’t new to this hobby will still enjoy making new friends and exchanging tips!
Emily and I had a fantastic time at the Chicago Seminars last year.
This year’s speakers and topics include:
- Frequent Miler – Maximizing Online Portals
- Mommy Points – Beginners Seminar
- One Mile at a Time – Last Minute Award Bookings
- Travel Is Free – Award Stopovers
Check out the full list of sessions on FlyerTalk to see if there’s a topic that interests you!
Purchase Your Tickets Today!
Tickets to the Chicago Seminars go on sale today, April 28, 2015, at 12:00 pm Eastern Time.
All sessions are held at the Holiday Inn Chicago – Elk Grove. You can stay at the group rate of ~$84 per night with code “CHS”.
The Chicago Seminars is an event where folks from around the country converge to learn about miles and points. This year’s sessions will take place from October 16, 2015, to October 18, 2015, at the Holiday Inn Chicago – Elk Grove.
You can purchase your tickets ($100 per person) starting today (April 28, 2015), at 12:00 pm Eastern Time.
And you can book your stay at the Holiday Inn Chicago – Elk Grove at the group rate of ~$84 per night, with code “CHS”.
You’ll make new friends and pick up a new trick or 2, so I hope you’re able to attend!
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