Learn Now, Travel Later: Get Our Online Travel-Hacking Course for $39!
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Learn Now, Travel Later: Get Our Online Travel-Hacking Course for $39!

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We get it: You’re stuck at home, wishing you could see the world – not just your couch, kitchen, or TV. Now may not be the time to travel, but that doesn’t mean you can’t learn to travel cheaper later. Let us help.

We launched Thrifty Traveler University, our all-in-one online travel hacking course with 15+ video lessons, earlier this year. For a limited time, you can sign up for just $39! Learn now, travel later … for less!

Maximize your time at home by mastering all our best tips and tricks for saving hundreds (if not thousands) on your future travel. You’ll get 12 months of unlimited access, so you can rewatch, replay, rewind all the fundamentals of traveling more for less.

  • Always wanted to learn about points and miles?
  • Tired of spending way too much on flights and hotels?
  • Ready to maximize your travel rewards?


Enroll today for just $39!


Want to learn more about Thrifty Traveler University? Watch the first video and see all lesson topics here.


With Thrifty Traveler University, You’ll get 12 months of unlimited access and watch these lessons whenever you want on any device. That means you can learn at your pace and go back and rewatch any video you’d like. You can binge it all in one sitting or spread out your lessons over the next year.

You will learn to save hundreds on flights, lodging, activities, and more with our best thrifty tips. And you’ll also get exclusive access to our TTU member group on Facebook, plus free personalized credit card consulting to take your travels to the next level.

Act fast: This offer won’t last forever! Become a travel-hacking pro today to enrich your travels tomorrow.

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