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2 Frequent Traveler University (FTU) Programs Now Offered

Mark your calendars because 2 more Frequent Traveler University (FTU) programs have just been announced.

2 Frequent Traveler University (FTU) Programs Now Offered FTU Washington DC Traveling Well For Less

Tickets available for FTU Washington, DC & FTU Advanced Washington, DC

 

When and where

FTU Washington DC Hyatt Regency Crystal City Traveling Well For Less

Hyatt Regency Crystal City will host the FTU Washington, DC

 

You can book tickets to attend the FTU Washingington, DC or FTU Advanced Washington, DC.

Both FTUs will be held the weekend of December 5, 2014 to December 7, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City.

Because both events will be held at the same hotel, you may want to book your hotel room now.

You can book your room at the Hyatt Regency Crystal City under the group rate of $99 per night (excluding taxes) for single or double occupancy.

The largest frequent flyer conference

Over 600 people attended FTU Washington, DC 2013, but this year the FTU organizers plan an event almost twice that size.

Frequent Traveler University has teamed up with USA Today to offer the largest frequent flyer conference.

FTU and USA Today partner to bring FTU University Traveling Well For Less

FTU and USA Today partner to bring FTU University to Washington, DC

 

In addition to both Frequent Traveler University events, there will be a Frequent Traveler Expo.

Both events will feature most of the same speakers.

Speakers include:

  • USA Today guest speakers
  • Gary Leff from the View From the Wing
  • Ben Schlappig from One Mile at a Time
  • Greg Davis-Kean from FrequentMiler
  • Stefan Krasowski from Rapid Travel Chai
  • Scott Mackenzie from Hack my Trip
  • Daraius Dubash from Million Mile Secrets
  • Summer Hull from Mommy Points
  • Ed Pizzarello from Pizza in Motion
  • Randy Petersen, founder of Flyertalk and Milepoint

Frequent Traveler University

FTU Washington DC 2014 Traveling Well For Less

Save the date, FTU returns to Washington, DC, December 5, 2014 to December 7, 2014

 

Frequent Traveler University is geared towards someone who is new to miles and points.

FTU Washington, DC costs $149 per person.

Your ticket includes:

  • Admission to all sessions
  • Admission to Friday night Frequent Flyer Holiday party
  • 2-Day Admission to Frequent Traveler Expo
  • Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday
  • Lunch on Saturday and Sunday

You can purchase your FTU Washington, DC tickets online through Frequent Traveler University.

Frequent Traveler University Advanced

FTU Advanced Washington DC 2014

FTU Advanced Washington, DC – a good reason to visit DC in the winter…

 

For the intermediate and advanced mile and point collector, Frequent Traveler University Advanced will go into more details on award ticket bookings, including which tools to use to find award tickets.

Tickets for FTU Advanced Washington, DC are $249 per person and includes:

  • Admission to all sessions
  • Friday night Open bar cocktail reception
  • Breakfast and lunch on Saturday and Sunday

FTU Advanced Washington, DC tickets can be purchased online from Frequent Traveler University.

2 Important things to know about FTU Washington, DC

1.  Previous Frequent Traveler Universities have sold out in hours.

You can buy your ticket now before USA Today announces the event on October 10, 2014.

2.  Tickets are nonrefundable.

All ticket sales are nonrefundable.  But you can transfer your ticket to someone else if you pay a $25 transfer fee.

Did you book your Frequent Traveler University ticket? If so, which one are you attending?

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