Registration opens today for Star Mega Do 5

The Star Mega Dos and One World Mega Dos, whereby frequent flyer nerds charter planes and attend all kinds of industry events, are among the coolest frequent flyer events out there. This year marks the fifth Star Mega Do, and tickets for this year’s  event go on sale at noon central time today, Monday, May 20.

All the details can be found on the Star Mega Do website and the corresponding Milepoint thread.

This charter will run from October 22-25, and will be on an Air Canada A321, with travel from Toronto to San Francisco via Tucson, with events all along the way. Tickets start at $1,199 for coach, $1,799 for Tommy Class (coach with a blocked middle seat), $1,999 for Tommy Class in the exit row (also with a blocked middle seat), and $2,799 for business class. The event even comes with 2,500 EQMs for coach, 7,500 EQMs for Tommy Class, and 15,000 EQMs for business class. The cost includes the flights, bus transportation, dinner receptions, and more.

Anyway, the event usually sells out within seconds, so if you’re interested be sure you’re at this page by noon central.

Good luck!

Comments

  1. says

    What a coincidence. I was just looking for a way to push $1,000 to $3,000 down Air Canada’s plumbing. This star mega flush should fit the bill. Shut up and take my money!

  2. SMD attendee says

    There’s no need to rush, this won’t sell out that fast. Besides being expensive, potential attendees should be aware that the logistics on the last SMD were a total clusterf*&k and the organizers disown all accountability

  3. Washington Banker says

    At 1:30pm EST, so half an hour after the booking start, it is impossible to book. The site seems to not have been well thought of. This echoes SMD attendee previous experience. Very frustrating.

  4. lsbuffs says

    Toronto to Tucson to San Fran on an AC 321 doesn’t sound all that exciting to me. I realize they keep most details under wraps until closer to the event, and it may be a fantastic program, but for $1200-$2800 I couldn’t justify pulling the trigger.

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