I joined the rank of travel hackers 2 years ago and have since booked some amazing trips.
This past year, I booked an entire trip to Australia on frequent flyer miles and hotel points — all of which I accumulated at virtually no cost.
Here’s what I did on my free trip:
- I flew a multi-segment trip to Sydney in First Class. On one segment, I flew the Thai Airways A380, where I had a “suite” with a seat that turned into a bed. On another segment, I feasted on caviar and lobster thermidor.
- I got to speed past the other passengers through immigration and security upon landing in Sydney.
- I stayed at the five-star Park Hyatt hotel in Sydney, where I was upgraded to a room with amazing views of the Opera House and where my $90 breakfast bill was comped by the hotel.
All of this is just a token of what travel hacking has gotten me. It’s not just about traveling for free, it’s about upgrading your travel experience.
So how can you get in on the action?
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