20% for humanity. Room to Read. Kiva.Yeah, it’s a big number. A huge number! But it’s also an inspiring number and something I’ve always wanted to incorporate into a business.

So as of now, 20% of all income from Canadian Free Flyers will help support the amazing work of Room to Read and Kiva. 10% will be donated to Room to Read to assist in educating women and children all over the world and the other 10% will be lent to entrepreneurs in developing countries via Kiva.

Both of these companies have inspired me tremendously over the years and I’m truly astonished by the great work they are doing and the lives they are improving each and every day.

I’m overjoyed to now incorporate this into the Canadian Free Flyer club and am pleased to let Canadian Free Flyer members know that by learning how to earn points and travel around the world for next to nothing, they are also helping make the world a better place and supporting the great people that live in the places they visit.

Thank you to all the members of Canadian Free Flyers and cheers to traveling the world and helping those less fortunate.

As I work to finish up 2 ebooks that will be sold on Canadian Free Flyers, I wanted to come up with a way to give the information for free to all CFF members. I didn’t want to wait for all the boring editing and other tasks that go along with ebook creation.

I figured that what members want is the information. They probably don’t care to much about how fancy it is. They just want to know how to earn points effectively, how to redeem their points, the best resources on the internet for travel talk and advice, how to get 4-star hotels at 50% off, and other things like that.

So I went ahead and created Free Flyer School. This is a password-encrypted page that will direct members to all the information that will be in the ebooks plus more. In fact, it’s going to consistently grow each month as I add more and more things. That’s the beauty of doing it this way. I can update and add information anytime I want.

At first, I was going to limit it to all things “points” related but I’ve decided to expand it to be a complete travel education center. I’ll post things like how to get the best insurance, how to get cheap roadside assistance, where to look for unique travel spots, and so forth.

If members want a new section added, they just have send me an email and I’ll start looking into it.

I love finding value in things I buy. This addition to the website gives me a great way to provide more and more value to each member, while still keeping the same low price of $10/mth.

Happy Travels,

Hello and welcome to the Canadian Free Flyers blog. This blog will be here to share the stories of members who have used points to travel the world. Their stories will tell about their adventures and how they used the points and will inspire everyone that reads them. Because CFF is new, it may take months before readers have the opportunity to travel and share stories but it will happen.

Until then, I’ll post other helpful content for all of you. Right now, I’m working on an offiicial launch for Canadian Free Flyers.

I just finished the rough draft of the “Travel Hacking in Canada” ebook. It will be edited and available by next week.

I haven’t decided yet but I think I will price the ebook at $27. However, the ebook will be free for members!

I know this is  quick post but I just wanted to mention the new ebook coming out soon, the official launch of CFF, and hopefully a great system for those who want to be affiliates for the program.

Thanks everyone!