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Rooms Now Bookable for Chicago Seminars

Jan. 11, 2012
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Rooms Now Bookable for Chicago Seminars
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As mentioned last week, I am currently working with Rick, The Frugal Travel Guy, to organize this year's frequent flyer Seminars, which will take place in Chicago from October 12-14. You can now book rooms at the host hotel, the Holiday Inn Elk Grove Village. Registration for the actual seminar isn't yet open because we are working out some final details, but that should be available soon and last year registration was open pretty much until a week to the event, so if you want to attend it shouldn't be an issue.

There will be a ton of other speakers, like Gary, Ben and Mommy Points. I'm not 100% sure what my talk will be, but we've got more than enough time to figure that out!

Reservation Link

*Award Nights are not available nor are any other discounted rate. The only applicable rates are:

$79 per night plus tax includes one breakfast coupon
$89 per night plus tax includes two breakfast coupons

*Transportation is included in the room rate to/from O’Hare Airport as well as to/from our sister hotel, the Holiday Inn & Suites O’Hare

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*Included in the Seminar Registration fee is lunch and coffee breaks

*Please note that the reservation must be guaranteed to a credit card and the first night is non refundable

*Through this link is the only method of confirming sleeping rooms. Once the Holiday Inn Elk Grove Village is full, a link will be provided to our overflow hotel the Holiday Inn & Suites O’Hare.
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