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It is time for the the next Frequent Traveler University, which is coming up in Seattle on the weekend of March 9-10, 2019 at the Hilton Seattle.

FTU bills itself as a way to learn the insider tips, tricks and secrets to using frequent flyer miles, hotel points and credit card rewards in a small group environment. FTU Signature combines high-quality topics and indispensable social networking with like-minded travelers to create an unforgettable attendee experience

FTU Signature Seattle 2019

FTU Signature is what I think of as more of the “traditional” FTU – this is the whole weekend and your ticket includes

  • Two days of educational sessions.
  • Lunch on Saturday and Sunday with iced tea or lemonade
  • Internet in the conference rooms.
  • For the first 75 people to purchase a ticket: Free Thai dinner with one drink on Friday night!*

Speakers include:

  • Matthew Klint of Live and Let’s Fly
  • Mike Graziano from Make Travel Hacking Great Again
  • Kyle Stewart
  • Lee Huffman of Bald Thoughts
  • Charles Hagedorn III
  • Joe Cortez
  • David Feldman
  • Carly Stewart

You can read the full session lineup at the FTU Seattle websiteThere are sessions on travel, manufactured spending, as well as a roundtable discussion on the future of miles and points.

Tickets are $249 though I have codes for $25 off (making your total price $224 – see below)

FTU Seattle 2019 promo codes

There is one set of FTU Seattle 2019 promo codes for $35 off of FTU Seattle 2019, using promo code TRAVELMORE.  This code gives $25 off registration, regularly $249. This code expires at midnight PST January 31, 2019, lowering the weekend ticket cost to just $224

You’ll also get a “free” Thai dinner Friday night, March 8 (attendees will get a RSVP email prior to the event, limited to first 75 participants to register, includes main with rice and one non-alcoholic drink.). I put “free” in quotation marks because technically it’s “free” with your $224 purchase :-). Perhaps “included” would be a better way to put it? 🙂

Should you go to FTU Seattle 2019?

I’ve had fun at conferences like this.  For many of us, we are the only “miles and points” people in our area, so it can be fun to spend time with other people who “get it”.

Disclosure – I receive a commission if you buy tickets through my link.

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