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Leaving For Frequent Traveler University LAX (FTULAX)

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I’m leaving for Frequent Traveler University LAX (FTULAX), a weekend conference for frequent flyer mile and point junkies.

My initial post on Frequent Traveler University LAX can be found here.

FTULAX is sold out, but you can still get tickets for Frequent Traveler University 2013.

More details about Frequent Traveler University 2013 and to purchase tickets to the event can be found here.

Frequent Traveler University 2013, as mentioned in in this post, is a bargain for a conference of this size.

Get your ticket before it sells out.

And if you’ll be at Frequent Traveler University LAX (FTULAX), I look forward to meeting you.  Since I have no clue what you look like, come find me.

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