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I usually say “points and miles” so typing “miles and points” was a bit of a strain for me lol.
In any regard, come grab a drinky poo with your fellow frequent flyers and points
addicts hobbyists tonight in the East Village if you’re available. 6-9pm.
Here’s the link to the RSVP.
Professor Thom’s, 219 2nd Avenue, New York, NY (between 13 & 14 St)
Thursday, January 29th, 6-9pm
And the upshot:
I was a Nervous Nelly at my first Meetup but over the past few months, I’ve gotten to know a few people here. It’s easy conversation, and you’re bound to hear someone mention something that’ll perk your ears up. Down a liquid courage and hop in.
Plus, there is nothing quite like geeking out about airlines/aircraft/weird routes/award bookings than with people who know exactly what you’re talking about.
Come one, come all. If I don’t post tonight, now you know why. 😉
Anyone been to one of these before, in NYC or another city? If you come tonight, say hello!* If you liked this post, consider signing up to receive free blog posts in an RSS reader and you’ll never miss an update! And thanks for using my links to apply for new card offers!
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