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First, quick heads up. At midnight ET tonight the price for Fly Free in First will be going up. So if you want to get it at the cheapest possible price…

Go Do It Right Now

Second, a big apology to those of you who tried to buy the book yesterday and couldn’t. PayPal processes the payments and apparently a data center power outage yesterday brought the service down for a few hours. But everything is back up and running.

Okay, with that warning and apology out of the way – let’s talk travel. Specifically I want to talk about the kinds of trips that become possible when you start travel hacking.

You’ve heard about some of my own adventures already, so we won’t be talking about those. Instead I want to share some trip reports from my fans and followers.

These are regular people – just like you – who followed my instructions. Now they’re travelling around the world, enjoying experiences that they never imagined were possible.

Let’s start with Melinda M. She writes…

“I would be considered a casual traveller, though I travel frequently it is not enough to accrue many miles. However, I did have some with Singapore and Qantas.

Because of your previous blog posts on Hawaii, I was able to get my mom from Chicago to Maui for $5.60 and then bought a $75 from Maui to Kona, then I was able to get a return from Kona to Chicago for $5.60.

That means I got a round trip ticket to Hawaii for my mom with my miles for $86.20!

I just wanted to write and say thanks for your work!”

-Melinda M

Hannah writes…

“My wife and I were able to fly to Paris and visit my sister for two whole weeks, spending just a small amount of money for our baggage fees — no other airline expenses.

Here we are at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, photo taken by my sister. This was the trip of a lifetime! We wouldn’t have been able to do it without you. I’m forever grateful — and recommending your site to everyone I know.”

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[Scott: Can I get her sister to take my travel photos. That one is stunning!]

-Hannah

And those are just TWO stories. I’ve included some others on the website for Fly Free in First. You should go check them out, because very soon your story could join theirs.

Check It Out Here

But do it fast, because in 11 hours the price is going up.

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