Last week, I released Fly Free in First, the only step-by-step guide to take you from beginner to expert on collecting and redeeming miles and points for your dream vacation. As a special thank you for people who purchase the book during launch week, I have added three bonuses:

  1. An interview (in text form) with Drew Macomber from Travel Is Free about how he and his wife book luxury hotels on a shoestring budget while they travel 365 days a year, mostly in 4- and 5-start hotels for a total living budget of under $20,000 per year. Here is a snapshot of his August 2015 expenses for hotels. He spent an average of $14 per night for name brand hotels.
  2. An interview (in text form) with Gideon, the Free-quent Flyer, that goes in depth on manufactured spending. The main book covers manufactured spending also, but Gideon goes so deep into the topic that it’s like getting a Master’s on the subject.
  3. An invitation to join me next month for an online Q-and-A seminar. More details to come on the time and how to live stream the event, but for now you should know that it will be your chance to ask me any lingering questions about your dream trip that you have after reading the book.

Those bonuses all disappear at midnight ET tonight.

If you haven’t checked out the book, Go Do It Right Now.

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