Now You Can Afford to Travel! Announcing: omg! travel deals

Greetings from the train! I’m headed to Philadelphia and this ticket didn’t cost me a penny. That’s what this post (and omg!) are all about. Plus – I’m hosting a free webinar on all this in a couple weeks (details below). Here we go!

 

No matter where I’ve gone, no matter what I’ve done, the story that always stops people in their tracks is:

My $5 flight to Hawaii.

I’ve been in conversations where the other person isn’t even listening, and when I mention that piece, they always snap right back into attention.

The response is pretty consistent, too: it’s usually some variation of “Oh My God/Gosh/Goodness!,” with the occasional “Holy Cow!” or “What the What?” thrown in for a nice variety.

So it’s safe to say there’s definitely an “omg!” reaction. ;-)

Everyone wants to get a $5 flight. Well, now they can – or very close to it!

 

I’ve been creating a service that will give you exactly the information you’ll need, cutting through ALL the information out there, and delivered right to your email!

For you, there’s no time spent researching, learning, and comparing. Plus, there’s support along the way if you get stuck or want to strategize.

Oh – and if we can’t save you money, it won’t cost you a dime. Guaranteed.

 

Here’s a fun little commercial we at omg! put together…

omg! commercial

 

I’m committed to personally helping 100 people travel MORE for LESS money this year – will you be one of them?

Check out omg! travel deals

 

The Drive Behind It

I often get the question, “how can you afford to travel so much?”

Here’s the short answer: I’m not rich, so I get creative.

I’ve found that I have a particular knack for understanding how to get really phenomenal travel deals (like 80% off), and now that brain power is available to you. :-)

Along the lines of my $5 flight to Hawaii or my $0 first-class trip on Amtrak, I’m offering a clear-cut way for you to see exactly how to take your upcoming trip for a fraction of the cost.

In some cases, we’re talking up to 97% off the cost of the ticket – and in other cases, even 100% off!

I know how important travel can be: I know how it can change your life, open your eyes, and help you find what you’re here to do.

I’m excited to see how I can support others with their travel dreams NOW, so that no one is waiting for “someday” to arrive.

Click here to get a no-cost quote, to see how much omg! can save you.

 

Free Webinar

I’ll be hosting a webinar in a couple weeks all about omg! travel deals: what you get, the kinds of deals available, and  answering questions.

The system I’m using only allows 100 people live on the call, so sign-up for the Nonstop Awesomeness list to be notified when registration opens (you’ll be the first to know)!

After the webinar, there will be a recording available to download for anyone who registers.

Just enter your email address:

 

(if you’re already subscribed to NA – that is, if you’re getting this post via email – you’re all set!)

 

If you’d like more info right now…

What omg! offers:

  • Only the essential details you’ll need to know:
    • which credit card, how much to spend, what programs to join
  • Links to the websites you’ll need
  • Action steps for you to take (very simple)
  • Email support to ask your questions
  • Reminders and organization to keep you on track!
  • Coaching and strategy sessions over the phone

Choose from three great packages!

Average savings is 70% off the cost of your trip – and that includes our service!

 

Find your reason to say omg!

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I’m excited to see you travel this year!

 

So, with costs this low, where would you go first?

I’d love to hear your answer + any other comments you have below.

 

Looking forward to learning more,

Nathan

 

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About

Former life: actor/office worker/virtual assistant; lived in Los Angeles for 11 years. Since then: sold nearly everything, took a $5 flight to Hawaii, lived there for 3 months, wrote an eGuide about all of it, and still traveling. Currently: digital nomad - looking to improve myself, have fun and serve others.

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