I’m Speaking at FTU Seattle: Save $30 Off Registration + Freebies!

UPDATE: While the Cyber Monday code is no longer valid, you can save $20 on registration + get a free copy of Chris Guillebeau’s Side Hustle with promo code FTUSTOCKINGSTUFFER. Valid through December 31, 2017

Wanna learn more about points, miles, and manufactured spending? On February 23 – 25, 2018 I’ll be speaking at FTU Seattle, an event dedicated to teaching people all about how to earn, redeem, and maximize frequent flyer miles for incredible travel experiences. If you’re interested in attending, you can save $30 off registration and get a copy of Chris Guillebeau’s new book, Side Hustle, using promo code CYBERMONDAY (good through Tuesday). The first 100 registrants will also get to attend a welcome dinner at Emerald Thai on Friday night.

The following is included for all attendees:

  • Two days of expert-led sessions in classroom settings on Saturday and Sunday
  • Coffee and tea on Saturday and Sunday morning until 10:30am
  • Plated lunch on Saturday and Sunday
  • Internet in the conference rooms

Event Details

Date: February 23 – 25, 2018

Place: Four Points by Sheraton Seattle Airport South

Schedule: TB

Confirmed Speakers

I’ll be giving two presentations. One will be on manufactured spending and the other TBD. The schedule has not been finalized, but I will keep you all up to date when it is.

Are you planning on attending FTU Seattle? Let me know in the comment section. Depending on demand, I may organize a reader meet-up.

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  1. Ticket booked! I just went to FTU Chicago and learned a lot. You’ve been my inspiration to get into MS, so I’m looking forward to attending in Seattle.

  2. Ariana,
    We missed the Chicago event, unfortunately. As much as I want to attend, it is just way too far (Tampa). Any idea when, if any, it will be held in the east coast?

  3. which CC do you recommend is used? Does this show up as travel by chance on cc stmt?

    • It’s not coded as travel. I would use either a card you’re trying to meet a spending requirement for or one that earns points you’re stocking up on. The Freedom ULT is always a good choice or Amex SPG.

  4. I’ll be there but getting in Saturday morning. Your expertise in MS is definitely why I’m attending!

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