Unfortunately, I am no longer able to attend FTUDCA and have a Frequent Traveler University Washington, DC ticket available.
Tickets are completely transferrable.
After payment is received I’ll contact the Frequent Traveler University organizers and arrange for the ticket to be transferred to your name.
What is the Frequent Traveler University?
A weekend conference where you can learn how to use your frequent flyer miles and points.
What exactly do I get for $100?
Your Frequent Traveler University Washington, DC ticket includes:
Friday night cocktail reception
an entire day of sessions on traveling tips, tricks for the frequent traveler on Saturday
lunch on Saturday
almost a full day of sessions on traveling tips, tricks for the frequent traveler on Sunday
lunch on Sunday
You had me at “ticket is available”, what’s the next step?
Simply post a comment on this thread.
In the event that several people are interested in purchasing the ticket, I will draw a name using Random.org on Tuesday, March 26.
What payment methods do you accept?
Given the current economic situation I will only accept gold bullion or your first born daughter since I only have sons.
Amazon payments is preferred.
I’ll also accept Paypal.
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