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Frequent Travel University is in Seattle from April 25 to April 27, 2014 at the Marriott Seattle Airport.
Frequent Traveler University Tickets Almost Sold Out
Don’t Miss Frequent Traveler University in Seattle!

Frequent Traveler University

There aren’t many tickets left!  

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

Tickets cost $100 per person.  In addition to the seminars, your tickets include cocktails on Friday evening, and coffee & tea in the morning and lunch on the 26th and 27th.  That’s a pretty good deal for $100!

Frequent Traveler University will be held at the Marriott-Seattle Airport.  The organizers have negotiated a great group rate at the Marriott Seattle Airport for ~$111 per night (including taxes).

Frequent Traveler University Tickets Almost Sold Out
Stay at the Marriott Seattle Airport for Frequent Flyer University!

Should I Attend?

If you are new to miles & points, Frequent Traveler University is a great way to learn the ropes and make new friends!

Folks who have be collecting miles and points for more than a few years, shouldn’t attend in the hopes of learning lots of new information.  But rather to meet others who don’t roll their eyes at you!  And you never know, you may learn a trick or two!

Emily and I will be there, and we look forward to meeting you!

Frequent Traveler University Tickets Almost Sold Out
We Will Be At Frequently Flyer University! Will you?

We hope to see you there!


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