(Rebroadcast) Tricks for Cost-Free Travel (or almost free) – With Jackie Sills-Dellegrazie

Tricks for Cost-Free Travel
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(Rebroadcast) Tricks for Cost-Free Travel (or almost free) – With Jackie Sills-Dellegrazie
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My husfriend and I just got back from a trip to Hawaii. It was his birthday gift to me. Nice huh! We had to jump through a few hoops to get there. Our vaccination cards made it possible to avoid a 10-day hotel quarantine. (Get vaccinated, already!!🙄). It was a quick 7-day trip. Too short, but it’s always too short when I visit the islands. On the plane ride home, the flight attendants, take advantage of people’s recent trip to paradise. They encourage passengers to sign up for the airline’s credit card. They tempt you with an ungodly amount of miles, enough for 2 roundtrips back to the islands. I took an application and started thinking of all the ways I could acquire miles. This brings me to this episode.

Jackie knows how to use credit cards

Today’s bonus episode features teacher, and travel guru Jackie Sills-Dellegrazie. You may have heard her on a previous podcast published almost a year ago when people were still dreaming of the day when travel would again be possible.  I thought, now that people are finally stepping out of their homes and starting to travel, that this episode replay may be especially helpful and deserves another listen. Jackie is famous for knowing how to travel almost cost-free, and she shares her tips and tricks with us in today’s show. 

For more information about Jackie, and her tricks for cost-free travel and to see her phenomenal photography of all the amazing places she has visited, go to The GlobeTrotting Teacher.com 

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