Registration for Frequent Traveler University DFW now live!

The USA TODAY TRAVEL Frequent Traveler University is heading south to Texas. Join us at the Hyatt Regency DFW Airport on April 17-19, 2015. We’ll have amazing educational sessions, great networking, and plenty of friendly Texan hospitality.

There will be two separate events going on at the same time – FTU Advanced and FTU. If you’re don’t feel comfortable with basic miles and points strategies, mile transfer partners and credit cards, I would recommend signing up for the regular FTU. FTU Advanced is meant for those folks who have the basic knowledge already who want to further their skills.

Negotiated hotel rates are $99 per night for the event, and you can book your room by clicking here.

If you’re hesitant about attending, feel free to read my post on why I love attending FTUs here. Or, read my post here on the benefits of attending an FTU.

Book your FTU Advanced ticket HERE.

Book your FTU ticket HERE.

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Frequent Traveler University

Learn how to earn elite status quickly, book cheaper fares, find the best redemptions for your award miles, and navigate the world of miles and points. Rewards programs don’t have to be complicated. Get the inside knowledge you need to make these schemes work for you.

A full schedule will be published soon, but several speakers and sessions have already been confirmed:

Gary Leff – View from the Wing

Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going

Ben Schlappig – One Mile at a TIme

How to Book Your Own Award Tickets

Greg Davis-Kean – Frequent Miler

Maximizing Your Miles with Online Shopping Portals

Stefan Krasowski – Rapid Travel Chai

The Secrets of Renting Cars at Home and Abroad

Scott Mackenzie – Travel Codex

Search for Flights Like an Expert on ITA Matrix

For $149, you’ll receive three days of expert-led sessions, a welcome cocktail reception on Friday night, and breakfast and lunch both days. Sign up now to secure your seats! We’ll have more details soon, including a discounted rate for the host hotel and other offers from our sponsors.

Register for Frequent Traveler University here.


Frequent Traveler University Advanced

The USA TODAY TRAVEL Frequent Traveler University is heading south to Texas. Join us at the Hyatt Regency DFW Airport on April 16-18, 2015. We’ll have amazing educational sessions, great networking, and plenty of friendly Texan hospitality.

Learn how to earn elite status quickly, book cheaper fares, find the best redemptions for your award miles, and navigate the world of miles and points. Rewards programs don’t have to be complicated. Get the inside knowledge you need to make these schemes work for you.

A full schedule will be published soon, but several speakers and sessions have already been confirmed:

Gary Leff – View from the Wing

Advanced Q & A

Ben Schlappig – One Mile at a TIme

Booking Advanced Award Tickets Like a Pro

Greg Davis-Kean – Frequent Miler

Shortcuts to Elite Status

Stefan Krasowski – Rapid Travel Chai

Advanced Tricks with Credit Card Rewards

Scott Mackenzie – Travel Codex

Fare Construction and Upgrades Using ExpertFlyer

For $249, you’ll receive three days of expert-led sessions, a welcome cocktail reception on Friday night, and breakfast and lunch both days. In addition to more advanced topics, FTU Advanced attendees receive upgraded meal and beverage selections. Sign up now to secure your seats! We’ll have more details soon, including a discounted rate for the host hotel and other offers from our sponsors.

Register for Frequent Traveler University Advanced here.

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