Frequent Traveler University offers guests the opportunity to hear from and interact with some of the most experienced voices in the travel and loyalty game. At FTU Chicago, frequent hotel guests will learn about all of the major programs.
When, Where, What?
The Frequent Traveler University Signature Series will be held in Chicago, IL on June 1-2nd, 2019. The venue this year is the Chicago Regency O’Hare at 9300 W Bryn Mawr Ave, Rosemont, IL 60018 (Google Maps link).
Sessions will run from 9 am to 5 pm each day with a welcome dinner for the first 75 to sign up (I am not sure how many spots are left). The sessions are designed to help interested travelers from beginner to expert enhance their travel experience.
My Speaking Sessions
I will speak during three sessions, all of which will be on Sunday, June 2nd. My topics will include: Family Travel Like the Pros, Comparing the Big Three + Alaska (Delta, American, United), and sharing some hotel expertise in Hotel Loyalty Programs for Road Warriors. I’ll also be part of the two roundtables, hosting the Sunday session.
Personally, I spend about 150-200 nights per year in hotels between business and personal stays. For the last two years, I have held a significant loyalty status with all of the hotel chains (Hyatt Globalist, Hilton Diamond, IHG Spire, Marriott Titanium.) I look forward to sharing my hotel expertise with Chicago FTU guests.
Other Speakers and Topics
But it’s not all about me. Matthew Klint, the guys from No Mas Coach, Jason Steele, are just some of the panelists covering everything from expert frequent flyer awards to credit cards and manufactured spending.
Find the whole list and the schedule here.
Cost and Special Discount
The weekend of sessions is available for just $249 and if you use my affiliate link you can save another $30 with discount code EASTER when you purchase before April 22nd at midnight PST. Both days include lunch, coffee, and iced tea, and a pizza welcome dinner the evening prior (May 31st) to the first 75 who sign up.
Do you plan on joining us? What do you want to hear more about in this and other FTU sessions?