There’s Still Time to Get Your Ticket to Frequent Traveler University in Washington, DC!
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Would you like to learn more about collecting miles & points and meet folks who share your interest in travel?
Frequent Traveler University is the perfect opportunity to do just that!
Meet Us and Many of Your Other Favorite Bloggers at Frequent Traveler University
You can still
get tickets to Frequent Traveler University, which will takes place December 5, 2014, to December 7, 2014.
But these events sell out quickly and ~75% of the tickets have already been sold. So don’t wait to get your ticket!
Frequent Traveler University, DC
Link: Register for Frequent Traveler University Washington, DC
Link: Book at the Host Hotel for Frequent Traveler University Washington, DC – Hyatt Regency Crystal City
If you’ve never been to
Frequent Traveler University, this is a great time to attend. That’s because this is the biggest FTU yet!
Tickets cost $149 and include:
All sessions and social events
Frequent flyer holiday party on Friday night
Frequent Traveler Expo on Saturday and Sunday
Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday
Lunch on Saturday and Sunday
All events will be at the
Hyatt Regency Crystal City. You can book a room at the group rate of $99 per night. Who Will Be There?
There will also be a couple new speakers:
We’ll Save a Seat for You!
Get Hyatt Platinum Status With Your Ticket!
Link: Free Hyatt Platinum Status With FTU Tickets
Purchasing a ticket, will qualify you for
free Hyatt Platinum status through February 2016.
Melinda@ftef.net with your full name and Hyatt Gold Passport number. You will see the status on your account within 4 to 6 weeks.
Hyatt Platinum status benefits include:
15% point bonus
Room upgrades (when available)
20% off the daily rate at
My Elite Rate (when available)
So if you have plans to stay at
Hyatt hotels, it may be worth paying for a friend or family member’s ticket to FTU, just to earn Hyatt Platinum status. Bottom Line
Frequent Traveler University in Washington, DC are still available. But don’t put off buying your ticket much long because 75% of the tickets have already sold!
FTU is a fun way to meet other folks who you can share your travel stories and tips with.
This year there are some new speakers and you will
free Hyatt Platinum status with your ticket!
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