This seems too good to be true. What’s the catch?
The credit card companies and airlines are making huge profits from frequent flyer programs. 95% of travelers don’t know the strategies we teach in this course, and they get little or no value from their points. For every one travel hacker, their are twenty people paying huge fees and interest to credit card companies. In the end, it’s a big numbers game, and as long as the profits are large, the airlines and banks don’t mind that we’re getting thousands of dollars in free airfare.
What if I don’t fly a lot or spend lots of money on credit cards?
Most travel hackers don’t pay for airfare, and therefore don’t earn frequent flyer points by flying. About half of the course is devoted to teaching you how to earn miles without changing anything about your spending.
What if I don’t have good credit?
There is an entire section of the course devoted to helping you improve your credit. Very few students are not able to earn enough points to travel for free using our strategies. It does take a little extra work to become a travel hacker if you don’t have good credit, but spending the time to fix your credit is well worth the effort. If you decide its not for you, we’ll give you a prompt refund.
Won’t applying for lots of credit cards hurt my credit?
There is a huge amount of bad information about how credit works. This course teaches everything you need to know to ensure that travel hacking has a positive impact on your credit.
Is there a guarantee?
We have no doubt that this course will change your life. Most hackers are able to take an international trip for $50-150 within the first 4-12 months. If you decide Travel Hacking 101 is not for you, just let us know and we’ll give you a full refund. Our guarantee does not expire, ever.