101 Tips, Tricks and Hacks to be an Expert Traveler – FTU San Diego Presentation

I closed out Frequent Traveler University Advanced San Diego with a new session: 101 Tips, Tricks and Hacks to be an Expert Traveler.

Designed to be pure clickbait, it was a little of this and a few nuggets of that. Some serious, some irreverent. Important to not forget in all this miles and points chasing to be lighthearted and enjoy travel. Don’t miss bonus #102, and the extra bonuses destinations.

Here are the slides:

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Grant
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This was probably one of my favorite presentations from FTU SD, great job Stefan!

Matthew
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This is GREAT stuff!

David
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enjoyed the slides, thanks.

-David

Joey
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I came late to the presentation but certainly enjoyed it.

Zippy Pam
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Great! Wonderful presentation. I really appreciate all the work you put in that we all benefit from. Danya has some great pictures of our Last Supper!

Eric
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Great presentation – I’m sorry I missed it live – hopefully you’ll do it again at a future FTU.

jediwho
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Did not understand the Schwab debit card and 0000 pin slides.

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PedroNY
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Nice work!

Cheers,

PedroNY

Scott
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Stefan,

Wish you could have done another session at FTU Tampa with this deck! Would love to have had the commentary!

BTW, do you hang out in Florida when you’re not travelling? I saw the Sunpass and Heathrow (Florida) references.

Scott
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Stefan,

Thanks again – while I’m sure the banter was fantastic, would you happen to have any notes that went along with the slide deck? (I understood the Schwab card reference, but there were others that went over my head).

Rich
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Thanks for posting Stefan! On your T-Mobile tip, have you moved to them for your primary mobile phone & data provider, and if so are you satisfied? Or is this your travel supplemental phone that you keep all year, or turn on & off as needed? I’m not traveling enough to justify it full time yet but investigating. Also saw an interesting variation from Frugal Travel guy with T-Mobile – for about a $20/month data plan find a used, unlocked iPad mini, add a T-Mobile SIM, then have it be a shared wifi hub (but no calling) for your group’s… Read more »