BIG Discount Available For Frequent Traveller University London – The Best Points/Miles Event Of The Year!

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Frequent Traveller University London is now fast approaching (12th-13th May) – AND if you book before 30th March you can bag a ticket for £149.00 rather than £249.00, thanks to a BOOSTED early bird discount (use code: UKFTU100).

[Note that if you have previously booked at a higher price, you can claim a refund by contacting [email protected]).

What is Frequent Traveller University London?

  • The Frequent Traveler University was established in 2010 to help travelers of the world extract the maximum value from their frequent flyer and frequent guest programs
  • 30+ events and 12.000+ travelers later, the Frequent Traveler University is the leading authority in North America in frequent travel and loyalty education
  • In 2018, the Frequent Traveler University is heading to London for a focus on value for UK based travelers
A Frequent Traveller University session

What you can expect at FTU London:

  • FTU has assembled a list of leading travel experts, points connoisseurs and money saving gurus from around the world (including Craig from InsideFlyer UK!) to lead over 20 sessions during the 2-day workshops
  • You will hear from both local and international speakers who will share their expertise, tricks and skills that will help you extract more from your program and your travel purchases
  • You will have the opportunity to ask questions about your specific circumstances in both a group and one-to-one format, to find out how you can make that next step in your travel goals
  • You will hear stories, testimonials and adventures from our road warrior speakers
  • You will meet fellow London and UK based travelers, and be part of the UKs inaugural Frequent Traveler University
  • You can enjoy a fully catered day with your new fellow travelers, speakers and the Frequent Traveler University team

What sort of topics will be covered?

  1. How to earn British Airways Avios whether you fly or not.
  2. How to earn Virgin Atlantic Flying Club miles whether you fly or not.
  3. Earn British Airways Executive Club elite status and maximize benefits.
  4. Earn Virgin Atlantic Flying Club elite status and maximize benefits.
  5. Best British Airways reward flights and reward options.
  6. Best Virgin Atlantic rewards flights and reward options.
  7. Using miles for the most incredible first class and business class flights.
  8. Should you be a member of an international frequent flyer program instead?
  9. Maximizing hotel loyalty programs for UK Travellers.
  10. Using hotel points for lavish accommodation at luxury hotels and resorts.
  11. The best UK rewards credit cards.
  12. …and more!

What you will learn:

  • Understand how using global airline alliances can get you higher tier status with your preferred airline
  • Learn how adapting your weekly shopping plans can bring you closer to free international holidays
  • Discover how you can be called for free upgrades to business and first class every time you fly
  • Enjoy upgrades to suites at internationally recognized hotel brands when you check in
  • Learn how you can stay at centrally located 5-star hotels for under £50

What does it cost?

  • Standard tickets are £249, but there’s currently an early bird discount of £100 off the standard price – just use the code UKFTU100 when booking (available till March 30th).
  • You will receive:
    • Entrance to all seminars
    • Full catering, including light breakfast, break food, full lunch and coffee/tea throughout the day
    • Event will take place at the Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel May 12th and 13th

Bottom line

Frequent Traveller University London should be a lot of fun and offer some great information. As well as Craig speaking (who will be brilliant of course – no pressure!), there will be at least a few InsideFlyer contributors and readers attending, so see you there!

Have you booked yet?


  1. Andrew Sheppard says

    Just tried to book. I have a UK address, but booking form forces me to select a US or Canada State. Then payment is declined, presumably because of having to put a wrong value in the State field. Surprised that an event targeted at UK attendees has these problems with its site!

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