Learn tips and travel hacks to visit San Francisco during the holidays, including taking the ferry, using points for a great hotel experience, and top dining recommendations.
This is the third in a series of posts on Travel Hacking, so please read the first two in order to understand if you meet the basic qualifiers such as credit score, and to ensure you are lined up with the right tools to avoid mistakes. Happy hacking!
So you’re ready to start amassing points, but not quite sure where to begin? You came to the right place! If you didn’t read Travel Hacking: Is it Right for You?, I suggest giving it a quick read, particularly the qualifiers.
Travel hacking, in its broadest sense, is really anything you do to optimize travel, whether by saving money or increasing efficiency through tools and tricks (hacks). The focus of this post, and the common definition, is all about playing the credit card points game to get free airfare and hotel points/stays.
While I’m a big believer in traveling light, I’m an even bigger believer in self-reliance. You don’t have to be a field medic or Jason Bourne to learn how to handle medical and safety scenarios that you may encounter in your travels.
One of the main things that separate travelers from tourists is the traveler’s self-reliance and freedom to choose their own path each day.