Want to learn how to get more out of and maximize your frequent flyer miles?
Scott from Milevalue will be holding a free seminar on maximizing your frequent flyer miles.
The seminar will be held in downtown Honolulu on July 21 from 10am – Noon.
While the seminar is geared towards people who live in Hawaii, everyone can benefit from learning how to get the cheapest cash tickets to and from Hawaii, free oneways, and which credit cards will get you the most miles.
Want to know more? Read his post for the details and to register.
If you attend, find me and say “hi”.
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