FTU Advanced returns to the west coast: Newport Beach Dec 4-6 2015

A new FTU Advanced session will be held December 4th through the 6th, 2015 in Newport Beach, California.  FTU Advanced is for those who already know the basic tricks for earning points & miles easily, using them effectively, etc.  And, as a reminder, there are two additional FTU Advanced sessions this year.  One in DC in August (I can’t make it to that one), and another in Dallas in September (I’ll be presenting there).  For those just getting started, I recommend either the Chicago Seminars (October 16-18) or wait for next year’s FTU general session to be announced.

Details about FTU Advanced Newport Beach



Tickets to this event cost $249 per person.  Registration and additional details can be found here: ftuniversity.com/events/ftu-advanced-newport-beach.


The event will be held at the Hyatt Regency Newport Beach.  Group room rates, including a full buffet breakfast, are $179 per nightThis rate can be booked through this link.


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$249 for the event and a room rate of $179? Remember when this stuff was cheap? Either way good luck with your Credit Card pumping. I wish all the pumpers on the docket good luck in their attempts to lure more clicks under the guise of helping “everyone travel for free”.


why do you need to have it at the hyatt? that’s too steep for us young guys