If you have not come up with a Valentine’s Day gift for your loved one (or even if you have), consider the gift that keeps on giving: travel knowledge.
Imagine a gift that pays for itself over and over and over again. Learn how to use miles well. Learn how do manufactured spending. And learn how to travel like a pro beyond the miles and points game. Frequent Traveler University is coming to Seattle next month. Tickets are still available and you can even save $25 on admission through a special Valentine’s Day offer code. See below for details.
Honestly, I wish I would have attended one of these 10 years ago. It’s a lot easier than reading multiple blogs or forums when everything is neatly placed before you. Doesn’t that represent a more thoughtful and loving gift than flowers and chocolate?
In addition to the entire Live and Let’s Fly team of Carly, Kyle, and myself, a great line-up of speakers will be present, including:
- Joe Cortez, Nerd Wallet
- Xiang Fan, US Credit Card Guide
- David Feldman, Airline & Hotel Loyalty Consultant
- Mike Graziano, Make Travel Hacking Great Again
- Charles Hagedorn III, Seattle Travel Hacker
- Lee Huffman, Bald Thoughts
- Jason Steele, Credit Card and Travel Journalist
- Yansong Wang, Cashback Monitor
The schedule, available here, contains two full days of information on:
- Two days of expert-led sessions on Saturday and Sunday, March 09-10
- Lunch both days
- Internet in the conference rooms
This year, FTU will be held just a short walk from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport:
- Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center
17620 International Blvd, Seattle, WA 98188
Now through 02/17/19, you can save $25 off the price of the weekend
- $25 off with code LOTSALOVE until midnight PST February 17, 2019, lowering the weekend ticket cost to just $224
- Free Thai dinner Friday night, March 8 (attendees will get a RSVP email prior to the event, limited to first 75 participants to register, includes main with rice and one non-alcoholic drink.)
I would not push this event if I did not believe it was worthwhile. Consider spending the weekend of March 8-10th in Seattle at FTU…I have never known anyone to regret attending a FTU. Even if you learn just one small nugget of new info, that pays for the weekend.