Find Out About the Next Ultimate Frequent Flyer Adventure!

Details have been announced for Star MegaDO 5!

It’s the ultimate frequent flyer adventure. Join a couple hundred of your newest frequent flyer enthusiast friends, meeting with airline executives, getting behind the scenes tours, bringing home amazing souvenirs and memories, and earning bonus elite qualifying miles in the MileagePlus program along the way.

These events sell out quickly in days or even minutes. So if you’re interested, pay attention.

“North of the border to the desert to the sea”

  • When? October 22nd-25th
  • Partners: Air Canada, Marriott, Rimowa, Star Alliance, United
  • Routing: Toronto – Tucson – San Francisco
  • Touring: Rimowa factory, Air Canada, Aircraft Maintenance And Regeneration Center, plus a United Airlines Hanger Party
  • Miles: 2500 – 15,000 elite qualifying miles with participating airline(s) depending on class of service

Star MegaDO 5 will go on sale May 20th at 12pm Central time (1pm Eastern).

So what’s a MegaDO? November’s Star MegaDO 4 chartered United’s first 787. Frequent flyers got to experience it in a fantastic party atmosphere, and it was covered by the Economist, by the New York Times, by the Wall Street Journal and by… the Wall Street Journal.

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  1. @FFU – correct, no membership erquired. This is being operated under public charter rules and not affinity charter rules.

  2. Wow, bloggers are repeating one another. HotMommy just posted the same. I guess churning is dead!

  3. @jason, not much happening on the weekends. And credit card companies only offer specials M-F.

  4. I think there is only one hour difference between eastern and central time zones

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