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GIVEAWAY — Travel Show Tickets

This post was most recently updated on July 9th, 2019

Travel ShowLast year I was introduced to the Travel & Adventure Show for the first time. My husband and I attended the Travel Show in San Diego at the Convention Center, and we had a blast! We wandered in and were amazed at all the information available about travel. We like to travel, and I kind of thought I was already a bit of an expert. But I came away with so much more information.

I learned where the experts go, how to travel light, and how to snag the best deals and the best websites to use to book flights and hotels. We listened to amazing speakers with a wealth of information — who were anxious to share all they knew with us. Speakers like Samantha Brown and Patricia Schultz and Ralph Velasco! I learned how to take better photographs and how get off the beaten path and have more authentic experiences.

But that’s not all! You could practice riding on a segway or climb a rock-climbing wall. This year, you might get to ride on a camel! You can watch dancers from different countries perform…or taste a sampling from a “Taste of Travel” cooking class, talk to tourism board representatives, or even meet the mayor of Escalante, Utah (he was so very kind and hospitable!). If you want to learn everything I learned last year, you can also read my post, Expert Travel Tips. But every year is different, and you’ll learn something new every time you go.


What about the Travel Show GIVEAWAY?!?!


As of 6:00 pm PST on March 2, 2017

Well, guess what?! I’m going again this year, and I want you to be able to attend as well. The San Diego show runs Sat/Sun March 4-5, 2017, and I have two free tickets to offer to the winner of my Travel Show giveaway! If you want to enter, comment below and mention where you’d like to travel and what you’d like to do at the Travel Show. If you win, you will receive a promo code to get tickets online at You’ll be able to print out your ticket or show it on your phone for admittance.

For extra entries, feel free to visit my Facebook page and enter again there…or at my Instagram account, where you can add more entries, too. My giveaway ends Thursday, March 2, at 6:00 pm PST and I’ll announce the winner by 10:00 pm PST March 2. Yep! This is only a two-day giveaway, so hurry up and get your entries in.

Travel Show

If you miss the San Diego Travel Show March 4-5, there are three more travel shows this year. There’s the Denver Travel Show March 18-19, Philadelphia Travel Show March 25-26, and Dallas TravelShow April 1-2. And if you don’t win the free tickets, you can head to Groupon for half-price tickets.

Travel Show

6 thoughts on “GIVEAWAY — Travel Show Tickets

  1. Joanne Worrall

    I’m always looking for new places to travel, especially domestically. This would certainly be a great place to discover ideas. I understand Patricia Schultz will be there with her 1000 Places US book. That should be a good start! Would love to get tickets to this show!! Thanks for the opportunity!!

  2. BrookeLynne

    I want to travel to Washington DC. And I’m interested in the “The Taste of Travel” part of the travel show

  3. Jessica Heaton

    Awesome! I’d love to travel to London and at the travel show I’d love to watch the live performances!

  4. Heather

    Sweet! I’d love to travel to Italy (again), especially Lake Como. This travel show looks wonderful; I would be most interested in trying some delicious new foods!

  5. Gail Sexton

    Hi Tammy. Its Gail Sexton. Any suggestions of a comfortable clean hotel in Cedar City Utah? We are bringing back 2 students from Rexburg and looking to stop along the way. I love your blog!

    1. Tami Post author

      Hi Gail! I haven’t stayed in Cedar City, but I know a great place in St. George, just a little further down the road. It’s the St. George Inn & Suites. We’ve stayed there, and the prices are good, free breakfast is great, and it’s close to the freeway.

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