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Want to learn the insider secrets of the miles & points hobby? Good news!
And there are a limited number of tickets available for $249!
Here are the details. Let’s see if you should consider going.
Frequent Traveler University Advanced 2017
Tickets are $249. And you can book a room for the group rate of $105 per night (plus taxes and fees) through May 19, 2017, or until they’re sold out.
This a great even for folks who have experience with miles & points to learn, network, and meet experts like:
- Greg Davis-Kean (Frequent Miler)
- Matthew Klint (Live and Let’s Fly)
- Stefan Krasowski (Rapid Travel Chai)
- Tiffany Funk (One Mile at a Time)
With more to come!
Your ticket includes:
- All sessions and social events
- Coffee and tea on Saturday and Sunday morning
- Plated lunch on Saturday and Sunday
- Welcome cocktail social hour on Friday
- Internet in the conference rooms
Emily and I have attended (and spoken!) at seminars like this before and had a fantastic time!
Should You Go?
Frequent Traveler University’s regular and Signature events are geared for beginners or mixed crowds. But the Advanced sessions are for folks who already know the basics. And want to learn advanced techniques, network with other points
nerds enthusiasts, and dig into the details of miles & points.
If that’s you, consider buying a ticket! Because they’ve sold out very quickly in past years.
These events are a fun way to spend a weekend learning how to get more Big Travel with Small Money.
Tickets are on sale now and cost $249. Grab them while you can, because they usually sell out quickly!
You can book a room at the hotel for the group rate of $105 per night (plus taxes and fees).
This is a great way for folks with experience in the miles & points hobby to network and learn new tips and tricks!
Do you plan on buying a ticket?