FI School Lesson 12: Travel hacking
For most in the FI community, travel is a huge part of our plans. Travel hacking allows us to travel for free (or close to it).
Despite not having as many juicy sign-up bonuses as our American friends, travel hacking is still a worthwhile FI booster for Canadians and other non-Americans.
- 002: The Fundamentals of Frequent Flyer Miles
- 032: Housesitting 101: Scoring Amazing Accommodations Around the World
- 080: Reader Q&A: How to Book a Flight Using Frequent Flyer Miles
- 136: A Step by Step Guide to Finding Cheap Flights
- 183: Home Exchange with Jim Pickell
- 296: Top 15 (or so) Questions About Frequent Flyer Miles
- The Art of the App-O-Rama (on the Zero to Travel podcast with Jason Moore)
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