FTU Seattle 2018: Black Friday $30 Off + Free Book + Welcome Dinner for First 100 Tickets

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Frequent Traveler University Seattle 2018 has launched with a Black Friday special!

The event is February 23-25, 2018.

FTU Signature Seattle February 2018

Missed out on Black Friday? Use code FTUEARLY for $10 off through January 1, 2018.

Offer expired: use code BLACKFRIDAY here to get:

  • $30 off registration, regularly $249
  • A copy of Chris Guillebeau’s latest book, Side Hustle

Plus, the first 100 registrants for the event will receive a Friday welcome group dinner at Emerald Thai, adjacent to the host hotel (includes set meal and one drink). This is in lieu of the cocktail reception from prior events.

This offer expires after this weekend, so register by Sunday, November 26, 2017.

All attendees get:

  • Two days of expert-led sessions in classroom settings on Saturday and Sunday
  • Coffee and tea on Saturday and Sunday morning until 10:30am
  • Plated lunch on Saturday and Sunday
  • Internet in the conference rooms

Confirmed speakers include:

Where:

Update: venue has changed, we are now at the Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport, 17338 International Boulevard, Seattle, WA 98188

Group rate of $89/night available to book through January 24, 2018, book here.

More to Come!

Look for more updates on the schedule as I get it together.

We’ll have optional social events Saturday night and Sunday night (not included with the ticket).

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Diane

Wondering if the FTU seminars will be in the Nashville area anytime in the near future??? 🙂

Stefan @ Rapid Travel Chai
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That sounds like it would be fun, we have not had one there, and I don’t expect for 2018, I’ll make sure it gets a hearing for 2019.