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Solo Episode: Saving $100K in Costs through Travel Hacking

Solo Episode: Saving $100K in Costs through Travel Hacking

Update: 2019-01-011
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For my first season finale I decided to do a solo episode, something I probably should have considered when I launched this podcast! It's about time I shared my own story about finding a way to travel more – ultimately saving over $100K in travel costs in only six years. Earning millions of airline miles and hotel points through credit card sign-up bonuses has changed my life – making travel more affordable and attainable. It also led to one of my greatest passions: helping others make dream travel a reality. During this episode I share travel stories and resources – and bust a few myths along the way.

Be sure to stick around until the end, where I ask for feedback to help shape Season 2 of The Globetrotter Lounge podcast, which launches in March 2019. As always, I appreciate your support!

Resources and links mentioned in the episode can be viewed at jetsetlisette.com/episode22

I appreciate you taking the time to listen to my podcast. If you'd like to know more about me, you can find me via my website (jetsetlisette.com), Instagram or Twitter (@jetsetlisette).

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Solo Episode: Saving $100K in Costs through Travel Hacking

Solo Episode: Saving $100K in Costs through Travel Hacking

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