Learn how my family of four has flown almost entirely free since fall of 2015
Do you love to travel, but don't have the funds to do it as much as you'd like? Are you a collector of miles and points, but want a simple, proven strategy for leveraging them to the fullest? Are you new to miles and points and looking for a step-by-step guide to get started?
That's why I created The Frugal Flyer ... to show you how incredibly easy it is to completely eliminate the cost of U.S. flights from your travel budget.
It sounds too good to be true.
I thought that, too. And so did my husband.
But when I earned our first Southwest Companion Pass, together with more than 110,000 Southwest points in 2015 and my family began traveling 6 or 7 times a year by plane instead of once a year by car, everyone was hooked! We flew EIGHT free flights in summer 2017 alone!!
We've continued that trend, flying almost entirely free around the U.S. since then and even expanding our free travel abroad as well. I'm about to share all the secrets, everything I've learned in the last two years, step by step, so you don't have to go through the time and effort that I did, cobbling together a bunch of posts online to try and find the information you need.
And, the good news, is, I've made it incredibly easy for you!
Just stick with me.
In The Frugal Flyer, I will show you how to delete airfares from your budget. Poof! Gone!
The Frugal Flyer Premier course will:
Now, doesn't that sound good?
Follow along with me and you can say bye-bye to expensive -- or flat out ANY -- airfare and start planning trips where the cost of flights are no longer a factor.
Where will you go?
Since fall of 2015, my family of 4 has traveled to Orlando, the Rocky Mountains (twice), Las Vegas, Southern Utah, Disneyland, San Diego (twice), Naples and Marco Island, Florida, New York City, San Francisco and Carmel, California, and the Cayman Islands. And ... Ireland, Italy and France, but we'll save that for a different course...
It's a great life ... and I want to show you how to have it, too!
Many of you have already downloaded my free ebook on how to earn the Southwest Companion Pass. You'll find lots of information about the Companion Pass in the course, but in a different format, including videos, case studies, sample plans and some helpful tools I've created to make the process even easier!
Here's what you can expect in the Premier Level of the Frugal Flyer course:
--Chris S., Go to Travel Gal reader
Lyn Mettler, aka Go to Travel Gal, is a travel writer and blogger who discovered the power of miles and points to significantly reduce the cost of travel, so she and her family of four could go on adventures around the world. A longtime couponer, she put the same strategies to work for travel, no longer netting free boxes of cereal but free trips!
Her family has flown almost entirely free since fall 2015 and visited six US destinations within a year for less than $100 per flight. She is passionate about showing as many people as possible how to do the same so they can increase their ability to travel and live a more fulfilling life.
She writes about travel for FoxNews.com, US News & World Report, USA Today's 10Best.com, Million Mile Secrets and others and has been quoted in Travel + Leisure, Entreprenuer, the Wall Street Journal and SmartMoney. FoxNews has featured her family's success in traveling almost entirely free on Southwest.
"I am a first-time Southwest Companion Pass earner thanks, in large part, to your blog and the step-by-step guide you published. We are looking forward to several trips that we would not have been able to take without the Companion Pass. Thanks for your helpful blog!”
--Andy M., Go to Travel Gal reader
"I wanted to thank you for your blog and for your Southwest Companion Pass e-book. It helped my family to get the Companion Pass and begin flying free on Southwest. I love reading your blog updates that come into my inbox."
--Melissa H., Go to Travel Gal reader
"My husband and I have a small business and finally decided to take the leap and try and score some Southwest credit card points to do something fun rather than earn points for overpriced/over-points 'stuff.' I have been following your blog and just wanted to say thanks for all the great information that you put out. It really helped with our decision."
-- Julie N., Go to Travel Gal reader
Not Sure If This Course Is For You?
The Frugal Flyer: How to Eliminate the Cost of US Flights From Your Travel Budget is ideal for you if: