Southwest really wanted to make a splash, and they sure did. I’ve got a blog post breaking down why this is a great offer for families as well as a podcast episode where Jen (our resident Southwest expert) and I dig in to it including how to keep the companion pass for 2020.
Tickets are on sale for a new type of Frequent Traveler University, the first Signature Event. I’ve been speaking at FTU for quite a few years and I’m always meeting people who are learning new things. The great part is that I always learn something new myself! This time, the folks at FTU have put together a hybrid event that offers a combination of beginner and advanced sessions. The dates are April 29th to May 1st in Las Vegas, NV. Here’s a peek at what’s already on the docket: — Award […]
Today is the last day to get another entry into my Sterling Silver Starbucks card giveaway. Fresh off the completion of Frequent Traveler University in Washington, DC this weekend, the organizers will be putting the next event on sale this morning at 11am EST. It will take place at the Hyatt Regency DFW Airport April 17th-19th, 2015. You can find more info about both events here. I had a bunch of folks who asked me how they get into FTU Advanced, since the tickets sell out very quickly. I suspect this one […]
I wanted to say a big thanks to everyone who took the time to come and hear me speak at Frequent Traveler University in Washington, DC this weekend. It’s very rewarding for me to help educate others given all the help I’ve received over the years from folks who helped make me better at the miles and points game. If you missed writing down some part of my presentations, decided to attend a different one or even couldn’t make it to DC, I’ve gone ahead and put all four of […]
Frequent Traveler University is bringing another event to the DC area this year, just in time for Christmas. The weekend starts Friday evening, December 5th, but the meet of the program is Saturday and Sunday, the 6th and 7th. I was fortunate enough over a decade ago to meet a bunch of folks that helped me learn about the world of miles and points. I’m eternally grateful for that help and it’s one of the reasons I enjoy speaking at Frequent Traveler University, to pay it forward, if you will. […]