Frequent Traveler University is From April 25 to April 27, 2014 in Seattle

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Frequent Traveler University is From April 25 to April 27, 2014 in Seattle

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The first Frequent Traveler University in 2014 will be held in Seattle from April 25 to April 27, 2014!

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Frequent Traveler University 2014 Seattle

Link:  Tickets ($100) for Frequent Traveler University – April 2014 in Seattle, WA

Link:  Seattle Marriott Airport (~$111 per night including taxes)

Tickets for Frequent Traveler University from April 25, 2014 to April 27, 2014 at the Seattle Marriott Airport are available now!

The tickets cost $100 per person and include cocktails on the evening of the 25th and coffee & tea in the morning & lunch on the 26th & 27th.

The Seattle Marriott Airport is available at a discounted rate of ~$111 including taxes per night.

The schedule hasn’t been announced as yet, but will likely feature introductory and advanced sessions.  The organizers have managed to get hotel rooms for less than the regular rate of ~$220 including tax, and ticket prices are quite reasonable since they include lunch and cocktails as well!

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Here’s a link to the preliminary schedule.  Confirmed speakers include me, One Mile at a Time, Frequent MilerPizzaman, Mommy Points, View From the Wing and Randy Petersen!

Should You Attend?

If you’ve been collecting miles and points for more than a few years, you shouldn’t attend solely to learn something new (although you might learn a new trick or two), but to meet other folks who won’t roll their eyes when you talk miles and points (and share something new with you).

In my experience, the connections and conversations together with the presentations are what makes miles and points seminars great!

Emily & I are looking forward to meeting you in Seattle!

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I’m also wondering about the lack of communication and detail. Does anyone know when more information will be coming?

I purchased one ticket and secured a hotel reservation at discounted rate at the Marriot but can no longer be able attend the Seattle Frequent Traveler University on April 25 to 27.

Any interest?

I’m planning on attending in Seattle, and if I do go through with it, I’m looking forward to seeing you both there. However, unlike FTU Tampa, there is virtually no detail on the website about this one. Maybe it just hasn’t been updated, but there are only 4 speakers shown (although they’re certainly among the best!) and there is no detail about the sessions at all at this point. Just when the program begins and ends each day. Do you have any insight what’s going on? If this one’s even half as good as Tampa was, it’ll be worth it. But the lack of detail bothers me a little.

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@Scott – See you there! I believe they are working on the schedule currently.

Justine McGonagle

Who do I contact about bringing a kid and rates? I’ve tried the link “contact the organizer” but I’ve gotten no response. Any idea who is running this that I can contact?

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@Marisa R – See you there!

@Justine McGonagle – I don’t believe there is a discount for kids.

See you in April 🙂

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