NY Double Meetups: Miles 10/30, Countries 11/1, Both Collectors

I lead a double travel life. Miles and points travelers rarely overlap with country collectors. Miles travelers aren’t usually thrilled to get an Angola visa. Country Collectors often see points sullying the purity of their travel.

Miles and points have opened up travel to me beyond my financial means. It also has meant I can compress time by making flights affordable where otherwise I might more often need to use slower transport, or squeezing in shorter trips rather than needing to reserve huge blocks of time away from work.

I’ll be back in NY at the end of the month, hosting meetups for each of these crowds.

For Miles and Points Travelers:

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Our long-running Reach for the Miles Meetup is Monday, October 30.

Monday, October 30 at 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Professor Thom’s, 219 2nd Avenue, New York, NY 10016 (between 13 & 14 St), head upstairs

RSVP here

For Country Collectors:

Join country collectors and Travelers’ Century Club members on Wednesday, November 1:

Wednesday, November 1 at 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Hurley’s, 232 W 48th St, New York, NY 10036, ground floor

RSVP with an email to stefan -at- rapidtravelchai.com

See you in New York!

p.s. for Halloween I feel like another of our group hot pot dinners are in order.

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  • Shannon

    Nov. 1st is Wednesday! Halloween is on Tuesday.

  • Rich

    Excellent – I’ll actually be in town on Oct. 30th – see you there.

  • KanExplore

    Interesting observation about lack of overlap between the two interests. I’ve made it to 123 countries now and have benefited greatly from miles and points. It seems a logical pairing.

    Yet I was at the Chicago Seminar and did notice a whole lot more talk about EQMs, upgrades and status – stuff I don’t care about – than about great redemption opportunities to cool places (I’d get bored in a couple of days at Necker Island).

    Maybe there should be a Chicago Seminar for serious international travelers, except maybe we don’t hold still long enough to get together.