I never understood flying first class.
People pay extra money to get boarded first, sit up front, and get extra leg room. Flight attendants actually look you in the eye and smile and give out free alcohol and better meals.
So what I never understood was why that can’t be meeeee!
I want to sip on champagne made from crystal skulls and stretch out on reclining seats with complimentary sleeping masks!
But nope, I hang out back with the rest and fight people for window seats and ultimately end up with the aisle seat with the food cart hitting my elbow EVERY... SINGLE... TIME.
But no longer!
I just discovered a way I can earn... wait for it... wait for it...
...1,000,000 reward miles-- per year!
That means I could fly to Europe and back several times in style.
What that also means is that I get to sit next to interesting business people and make awesome connections with them, because when you fly first class, you fly with a select group.
Learning how to earn 1,000,000 miles per year is like learning how to sweet-talk the bouncer to get backstage and hang out with the DJ... sort of. Okay, it’s not REALLY like that, but flying first class is a pretty damned good feeling.
Luke Dodson of NoobTraveler.com takes you hand-in-hand and shows you EXACTLY the steps you need to take to start earning miles.
In this course you’ll learn:
So if you’ve always wanted to take that trip to Italy for some REAL cappuccino (or take a special Sumo on a first class trip around the world), Luke can show you how.
These secrets are being given away for ONLY $39 (normally $79) which is A LOT less than you would spend on annual credit card fees, and Luke will even show you how to get those waived!
This deal is for a limited time only and when the deal ends, you’ll have to find another Sumo-ling who took this opportunity and beg them to share the course with you, so get your access TODAY!
The “First Class Deals” Chief Sumo
P.S. This tutorial was created based on a U.S. banking and credit card system. While non-U.S. banks and credit card companies may have similar systems, these videos will not teach you how to apply these techniques for other countries.
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