Ever heard of ‘travel hacking’? No, it’s not got anything to do with hacking trains or airplanes. That’s deeply illegal.
Travel hacking is the art of exchanging air miles and credit card points for money off travel. While most other hacks make things easier, this hack is actually pretty complicated, but it also has better rewards than probably any other hack out there.
Travel hack king Daniel Gillaspia, for example, managed to fund a five-star trip around the world for just £329 thanks to it.
Dan describes himself as “a licensed California attorney with a passion for travel”, which sounds super interesting, “and for learning the ins-and-outs of credit card and airline award programs”, which doesn’t sound super interesting at all, but is actually the reason for this article.