Daniel Gillaspia is an attorney based in Houston, but in his spare time he’s a travel hacker. He has seen the globe and experienced some of the world’s best first-class cabins and five-star hotels.
His most recent vacation was a $52,294 round-the-world trip that took him to Tokyo; Cape Town, South Africa; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; and other far-off destinations.
It was the trip of a lifetime, but Gillaspia isn’t a big spender.
So when it came to planning his trip, he employed every trick and some serious travel hacking to whittle his bill down to as little as possible.
In the end, he paid just $408.
After months of meticulous planning, he and his partner, Bradley Darnell, gamed the system and accrued 1 million air miles through various credit-card programs and deals.
We asked Daniel, who runs the travel blog UponArriving, to let us know more about how he managed to pull it off.
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