It’s called travel hacking and it’s the art of collecting frequent flier points and miles to get free flights, hotels, tours, and more. It’s what every frequent traveler and expert does to go where they want, when they want, and as often as they want. – Nomadic Matt

Have you ever wondered how you can travel more, for free or cheap? Black Travel Hackers is here to answer that question.  We’ll share how travel can be accessible (no travel shaming around here) and how travel hacking is nothing like extreme couponing (not intense).

We’ll explore how to get to a destination AND what to do when you get there. 

THE CONTENT

We’ll be profiling travellers and cities through the following series: 

  • Hack’d: How to travel hack, or how a reader did it.
  • The BlackList: The curated lists by us, for us about where to go and what to do in cities around the world.
  • Hyperlocal: Because our own backyards offer a ton of things to do.  Local experts will give us activities, new places, stuff to do, must-haves.
  • cuRated: These are places and activities curated by the Editor and Adventure Curator of this blog.
  • Master Traveller: Highlights women and men who are unique, interesting and influential travellers of color.

Have a travel story to share? We take submissions for Hack’d, The BlackList and Hyperlocal. HERE

Other content will include (and the list is growing)

  • The weekly roundup
  • Financial Fridays
  • Fare alerts
  • General travel discussions

THE COMMUNITY

We want to see your travel stories and share them!  Connect with us on social media (Instagram in particular). Tag us with #blacktravelhackers and you could be a featured traveller of the day.

Twitter and Facebook 

UPCOMING

In the coming months we’ll be launching a free online community, a growing library of resource guides, travel alerts and other goodies for our readers. We’ll be pulling from our subscriber list to beta test every new initiative so be sure to subscribe for updates.



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