Frequent Traveler University (FTU) is coming to Seattle March 9-10, 2019, and is offering $25 off per conference ticket.
The process of becoming skilled with miles and points is just like with any other hobby; the more time/focus you put in, the better you become. Not everyone has a full weekend to devote to learning, and many find that articles via weekly email or RSS feed are more convenient.
However, if you have the time, Frequent Traveler University is a crash course for taking in a ton of information and tips that would ordinarily take you quite a long time to acquire otherwise.
The social aspects of the event are half the fun. You won’t just learn more about travel; you’ll also make friends and stay in touch with them so you keep learning after you get back home. A weekend chock-full of passionate discussions amongst likeminded travelers awaits attendees of FTU Seattle. The event kicks off with a free (for the first 75 people to sign up) optional networking Thai dinner on Friday night.
Fellow blogger Travel with Grant even described the FTU once as being like Comic-Con, minus the costumes, capes, swords, and crazy makeup.
Learn more about these topics at Seattle FTU!
- Award Flight Booking Strategies
- Rental Car Awards
- Manufactured Spend
- New! Southwest Airlines
- Underrated Credit Cards
- Getting the Most Miles for Online Shopping
- Travel Insurance
- Family Travel
- Alaska, United, Delta and American Airlines
- Hotel Loyalty Programs
- Solo Female Travel
Confirmed speakers include:
- Matthew Klint of Live and Let’s Fly
- Mike Graziano of Make Travel Hacking Great Again
- Kyle Stewart, Freelance Travel Writer
- Lee Huffman of Bald Thoughts
- Charles Hagedorn III, Seattle Travel Hacker
- Joe Cortez of NerdWallet
- David Feldman, Airline and Hotel Loyalty Consultant
- Shawn Fan of US Credit Card Guide
- Carly Stewart, Freelance Travel Writer
- Jason Steele, Credit Card and Travel Journalist
- Yansong Wang of Cashback Monitor
- Daniel Yan of US Credit Card Guide
The price of the weekend conference (sessions run Saturday and Sunday, 9am-5pm) is typically $249. FTU is offering a deal by way of a coupon to save $25 per ticket, which drops the price to $224.
Starting now through midnight PST February 17, 2019 use coupon code LOTSALOVE
Conference tickets include all learning sessions and lunches on Saturday and Sunday, plus the Thai dinner on Friday.
In conclusion, if you’d like to ask your burning questions, swap travel tricks and stories, and cram a lot of miles and points learning into a weekend, here’s the FTU Seattle event ticket page where you can get registered.