Travel Hacking Cartel
Chris Guillebeau – Travel Hacking Cartel
Learn To Travel The World For Free!
How It Works
Travel can be free or low-cost, but you have to know how. That’s where we come in—telling you exactly what you need to do to accumulate Frequent Flyer Miles, and what you need to do to redeem them for fantastic trips. Specifically, the Travel Hacking Cartel commits to help you:
become a travel hacker. travel anywhere, anytime
- Hit the ground running. Screen-capture modules and a series of emails will make it easy for you to benefit right away. You’ll learn about glitch fares, Round-the-World tickets, padding out your mileage account, earning elite status, and much more.
- Take advantage of real-time updates. We’ll give you the right info, exactly when you need it, with timely Deal alerts of late-breaking offers. You’ll learn exactly what you need to take advantage of a travel hacking opportunity right when it breaks.
Cartel membership is backed up by the World’s Greatest Guarantee: you’ll earn at least four free plane tickets for every year you remain a member.
Oh, and the cartel also offers a Refer-a-Hacker program where you can easily earn free travel rewards for introducing us to your friends. Sound good? Sign up here for your $1 trial.
The Travel Hacking Cartel was founded by Chris Guillebeau, author and world traveler. Currently in the final two years of a five-year journey to every country in the world, Chris maintains a million-mile Frequent Flyer mile balance spread among six different airline programs.
Chris first learned about travel hacking while living overseas and volunteering with a medical charity for four years in West Africa. After relocating to the U.S. in 2006, Chris began actively traveling to fun places like Burma, Iraq, and Equatorial Guinea. He formally set the goal of using travel hacking to visit every country in after receiving a Master’s Degree in International Studies at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Chris’s worldwide adventures have been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Entrepreneur, CNN, Wired, Psychology Today, Huffington Post, Writer’s Digest, Moneysense, Budget Travel, Oregonian, and thousands of blogs. His first book, The Art of Non-Conformity, was published in September 2010 by Penguin.
Because Chris is frequently roaming the planet (25+ countries a year), we have an international team of contributors manning the site, and a hometown crew in Portland, Oregon looking after the shop.
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