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Tickets now available for additional session of Power Award searching

Learn how to use dedicated award search tools to find better itineraries faster.

As mentioned in a previous post, I was trying to gauge demand for an additional session of Power Award Searching, where we learn how to find better airline awards, faster. The response was positive, so here’s a heads up that tickets are now available for purchase at $35 each, either through the widget below or this link.

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Click here to purchase tickets for Power Award Searching

The event will be held on 27 July (Friday) 2018, from 7.15pm at Ocean Financial Centre Level 26. Tickets can be purchased through Apple Pay for 8 mpd, in case you were wondering- simply surf the Peatix site via Safari on your iOS phone.

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Once again, this course was created to teach people how to use KVS Tool, Award Nexus, Award.Flights, and ExpertFlyer to find and book better awards, faster. In this workshop we cover the following:

  • Explain the need for dedicated award search tools
  • Help you understand the different award search engines and the pros and cons of each
  • Provide a hands-on demonstration and deep dive into the features and usage of tools like KVS Tool, Award Nexus, Award.Flights and ExpertFlyer
  • Illustrate use-cases for each of the tools and how you can integrate them into your trip planning
  • Teach you how to set up automated award searches, filter-driven searches, seat alerts, manually construct awards, and much more

Look forward to seeing you there!

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