Lonely Planet Book Bundle

We do not promote a lot of products here at MilesGeek. But this one deserves special mention. Humble Bundle currently has a special with Lonely Planet offering $392 worth of books with the first tier of books available for just $1.00.

If you are not familiar with Humble Bundle, they offer collections of ebooks, software, games and other digital content allowing you to name your own price. All purchases support selected charities and often you can contribute 100% of your purchase towards a good cause.

Get out your globe (everyone has a globe, right?). It’s time to plan your next vacation! Lonely Planet’s here to help with Best Ever Travel Tips, The Solo Travel Handbook, The Best Things in Life are Free, and more. Can’t get away? Vacation from home with Lonely Planet’s Guide to Travel Photography, Amazing Architecture, or Lonely Planet’s Global Coffee Tour.

These books are available in PDF, ePUB, and MOBI formats, meaning you can read them anywhere at any time.

You can grab your bundle at Humble Bundle. (This deal has now expired)

Jed Stafford
Jed Stafford

MilesGeek was founded by Jed Stafford, a seasoned traveler with over a decade of experience. The concept of MilesGeek emerged after Jed booked numerous around-the-world itineraries using points and miles. Along the journey, a curious realization dawned upon him: his passion lay not in the intricacies of daily mileage hacks, but rather in the captivating narratives of the people and places encountered during travel.

As MilesGeek evolved, it attracted other writers who contributed compelling content. The name now reflects the number of miles we travel each year more so than reward miles. While we continue to spotlight mileage and points that offer substantial benefits, our aim is to emphasize long-term mileage advantages, steering clear of the transient allure of short-lived deals.

There are plenty of great sites out there such as The Points Guy which already successfully cover the daily nuances of credit card offers and breaking short-term deal alerts. Our focus lies in providing insights into maximizing travel benefits throughout the year, rather than bombarding readers with transient offers. We advocate for utilizing sign-up bonuses and credit card points to attain free travel, especially for those seeking to explore the world on a limited budget.

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