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My Second NY Times Travel Show Presentation: Tips For Traveling In First Class on a Budget

by on March 4, 2014 · 5 comments

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Yesterday I shared my first New York Times Travel Show presentation on Maximizing Credit Cards for Free Travel. For my second Travel Show seminar on Sunday afternoon, I expanded on that concept to include other strategies for my talk on “Travel Pointers for a First Class Lifestyle on a Budget.”

In it, I included all the information I’ve gathered over the years on maximizing credit cards in terms of earning and redeeming points as well as benefits and perks, but also talked about concepts like elite status, mileage redemption strategies and more.

Speaking at the New York Times Travel Show on Sunday.

Speaking at the New York Times Travel Show on Sunday.

I won’t include details in the text of this post itself, but you can find my entire presentation below with links to detailed posts on many of the concepts I discussed.

This was the third year I appeared at the New York Times Travel Show, and as usual, it was a blast. It’s so fun to be able to share the topics I’m passionate about with a crowd that is full of newbies and veterans alike, and I’d like to thank those of you who came out to hear me speak for making the time. I love meeting readers and talking travel, so this is always a highlight for me.

In the meantime, have a look through the presentation and the posts I link to, and then let me know if you have any other questions by messaging me on FacebookTweeting me or emailing me at [email protected]

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  • j

    So people like myself who went thru a nasty divorce years ago, left with bad credit can’t fly on a discount, i need to have a handful of excellent rating credit cards, correct?

  • c

    Da fuq?

  • j

    you in middle school? what is da fuq?

  • Bob

    Who doesn’t love to save money while traveling, thanks. I want to add a tip that was a life saver on my last trip to Rome. I lost my passport during the day and had no idea it was missing. Fortunately, I had a tracer tag on it. A waiter where I ate lunch found it and entered my tracker number on the website. I was automatically sent a text message (and an email) with a pickup location before I ever even knew my passport was missing. Lucky for me, I was leaving in the morning for Germany and getting a new passport would have been impossible. Tags are available through mystufflostandfound.com That tag saved my trip from total disaster and I put them on my phone, laptop and almost everything that travels with me now.

  • stupid adds

    meh

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