I created a slide show for my LAX Frequent Traveler University presentation that I promised I would share with those who attended.

My presentation was called “Three Vacations on Two Awards: Free Oneways.”

The only difference between the presentation and the show below is that I deleted the videos in the original presentation, which had no audio, and replaced them with videos with audio.

I’ve uploaded the presentation online RIGHT HERE. I am going to delete it from the site on Friday the 14th, so grab it now if you want it.

Perhaps oddly, I don’t necessarily recommend checking out the slides. All the information either has been released on the site or will be released in the next few weeks. When I put it into posts, I can explain everything fully. In the slides, I’ve only put a complement to what I was saying in the room, so it’s not necessarily the complete picture.

But you know your learning style better than I do, soif you want to check out the slide show, here it is:

I’m on vacation in Hawaii until Wednesday, so I may not answer email. If you are emailing about the Award Booking Service, email milevaluebooking (at) gmail (dot) com

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