Home / Flights / Frequent Flyer Programs / Fly Business for Less than Economy with the #TTG4L 90-Day Challenge

Fly Business for Less than Economy with the #TTG4L 90-Day Challenge

Sign up for the 90 day challenge
Introducing the #TTG4L 90-Day Challenge

The Travel The Globe 4 Less 90 day challenge kicks off on the 1st June and will teach people how to fly business for less than economy by becoming an expert travel hacker.

Don’t worry this isn’t illegal. It’s the legitimate use of hotel and airline loyalty programs to travel for free, or at least save a fortune off the normal price, otherwise known as travelhacking.

How much can you save?

Take for instance, flights to Montreal in business which would have cost over £6,000 had I paid for them. Instead I paid just £1,048. Or flights to Mumbai in business which cost just £1,205.82 instead of the advertised price of £4,783.18. Whilst these are certainly not free flights, who wouldn’t prefer to fly in business class if it costs less than economy?

A cunning plan indeed

Admittedly travel hacking takes time and effort but this 12-week challenge will provide readers with all the tips and tricks to earn bonus points and be flying business in no time. It’s entirely free and includes access to infographics, checklists and guidance galore to help you become an expert travel hacker. There will also be a series of Twitter chats along the way so you can ask any questions, or share your success.

The challenge is suitable for anyone who travels long haul once a year and has sufficient income to be able to spend £10,000 on credit cards in a year. Don’t worry, you don’t need to be a frequent flyer to earn flyer miles. You don’t need to travel on business (although it helps!), you just simply need to be willing to make a few changes to the way you currently shop.

For our transatlantic friends

An added bonus is that I am running the challenge in conjunction with Jackie of  The Globetrotting Teacher. You may remember her from my #TravelHackThursday challenge. She focusses on US travel hacking and in the interests of bringing you as meaningful a challenge as possible, we have partnered up so we really have got both sides of the Atlantic covered. Jackie will be providing US readers with lots of tips with me picking up the UK are detail. We are incredibly excited about kicking off the challenge.

Sign up for the 90-day challenge

To sign up for the 90-day challenge, simply join the FREE Facebook group. There you will be able to share your experience with others and gain access to all the exclusive tools coming soon. Why don’t you start by telling us where you would like your travelhacking to take you? Maybe a honeymoon in the Maldives or a once in a lifetime trip to Antarctica?

Share the love on Pinterest:

Sign up for the 90 day challenge

About Anne

Anne is the founder and editor of TravelTheGlobe4Less. If she isn't travelling, she is thinking of travelling or planning her next trip. She has visited over 80 countries on six continents and sampled everything from backpacking to bank bursting travel. Her mission is to help you enjoy more luxurious travel without the luxury price tag through the use of airline and hotel rewards and other money saving travel tips

Check Also

Selecting a destination on a map

Is The British Airways Companion Voucher Worth Bothering With?

Introducing the British Airways Companion Voucher With the British Airways companion voucher, I have travelled …

deck out to gazebo in Cancun

How Attractive Is Buying AAdvantage Miles In The Latest Sale?

In September, I brought you news of a British Airways offer to buy AVIOS and a …

12 comments

  1. This sounds like a fun challenge. I’m just too busy to think about joining right now, but I hope you will offer it again in the future.

  2. This is so exciting and such a great idea! Who doesn’t love some awesome travel hacks?!??? An business class instead of economy, a dream come true ????.

  3. Joined the FB group! can’t wait to participate! with a family, travel gets EXPENSIVE very FAST! I’m up for saving any way i can!!

    • That’s great. I know a great site for people with families who are trying to travel hack which might also be of interest.

  4. Hey Thanks Anne for sharing these awesome piece of information. Have joined the FB page and pinned your post for my reference.

  5. Great, I need this. I joined the FB group, hoping to learn some of the tricks. My problem in the past is that a lot of travel hacking sites seem like a lot of work an I am just to lazy to open up credit cards for points and such.

    • Bob I think that is a fair comment that it can be a lot of work but we are developing some tools to hopefully help remove some of the hassle from travel hacking. Look forward to getting to know you better. Thanks for joining.

  6. You can also view http://www.headforpoints.com for lots more information. It’s an awesome source of info.

    • Yes Rob’s site is excellent and is one of the resources I will be showcasing throughout the challenge, along with many more.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Pin It on Pinterest

Shares
Share This

Sharing is caring

Maybe your friends would love to know about this too!

%d bloggers like this: