Just Announced: Frequent Traveler University & Frequent Traveler University Advanced Dallas

Just Announced: Frequent Traveler University & Frequent Traveler University Advanced Dallas

Million Mile SecretsJust Announced: Frequent Traveler University & Frequent Traveler University Advanced DallasMillion Mile Secrets Team

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The 1st Frequent Traveler University of 2015 will be held in Dallas from April 17, 2015, to April 19, 2015!

You can learn from your favorite bloggers (including me!) as they explain how to best use your award miles to travel, how to find cheaper airfare, and how to earn elite status faster.

Just Announced Frequent Traveler University And Frequent Traveler University Advanced Dallas
Take a Dip in the Pool After Sessions at the Frequent Traveler University DFW April 16, 2015, to April 18, 2015

And you can chat with likeminded folks who love miles and points as much as you do!  Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10:00 am Central Time, and they sell out quickly!

Frequent Traveler University Dallas

Frequent Traveler University Dallas is a great introduction to the world of miles and points and will be held April 17, 2015, to April 19, 2015, at Hyatt Regency DFW Airport.

I’ll post more information and links tomorrow.  But for folks who already know they want to go and don’t want to miss out when tickets go on sale, here is what you should know.

Admission includes:

  • 3 days of sessions with experts
  • Friday night cocktail reception
  • Breakfast & lunch both days

Tickets go on sale for $149 tomorrow (December 10, 2014) at 10:00 am Central Time.  Tickets sell out fast!

Tickets are nonrefundable, but can be transferred for a $25 transfer fee.

There will be a discounted rate for the hotel.

Frequent Traveler University Advanced Dallas

Folks who’ve been to a Frequent Traveler University or want more advanced learning should consider attending Frequent Traveler University Advanced Dallas April 17, 2015, to April 19, 2015, at Hyatt Regency DFW Airport.

These tickets also go on sale tomorrow at 10:00 am Central Time, and they sell out in minutes!

Frequent Traveler University Advanced sessions include:

  • Booking advanced award tickets like a pro
  • Advanced tricks with credit card rewards
  • Shortcuts to elite status
  • Fare construction and upgrades using ExpertFlyer
  • Advanced question & answer session

Tickets are $249 and in addition to the more advanced topics, you get upgraded meals and beverages.

Should You Attend?

The best part of attending is getting to meet other folks who share your hobby and interest.  And sometimes, you learn a new thing or two.

Bottom Line

Frequent Traveler University is in Dallas on April 17, 2015, to April 19, 2015.

Tickets for Frequent Traveler University Dallas and Frequent Traveler University Advanced Dallas go on sale at 10:00 am Central Time on Wednesday, December 10, 2014.

The host hotel, Hyatt Regency Dallas Fort Worth, will be offering a group rate.

I’ll post event details tomorrow but I’m giving you a heads-up today so folks who want to attend don’t miss out!

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I would like to sign up for the dallas location in 2015 but where is the link to do that?

Looking for your response.


Million Mile Secrets

@marty - See this link!

Ruth, i was just at FTU DC Advanced. (and the Chicago Seminar in October), If you are a frequent MMS (or other bloggers) reader then you could be ready for the Advanced. but if you fly a lot but are not familiar of the diversified world of points and miles and credit cards.. you should start with the standard FTU level. Get a nice base of knowledge before jumping in to the deep end.

Million Mile Secrets

@Ruth Morrow - Apologies for the incorrect dates! I'd suggest attending the regular sessions if you're relatively new to this, or the Advanced version if you've been doing this for a while!

There are discrepancies between your dates (April 16-18) and those on the FTU website (April 17-19). Also, you posted this on Dec. 10, yet wrote that registration would open tomorrow, Dec. 10, leading to the confusion which led me to the FTU website in the first place. I travel on AA a lot and know a certain amount but have never attended an FTU event - which level should I consider attending?