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Summer Travel Rewards

The Points Guy, Brian Kelly join us with advice on how to get the best out of your travel points and reveals the top related travel picks.
Planning a vacation is a task unto itself. While we can’t wait to get away, some of us don’t always enjoy the time and energy it takes to plan it. Of course the internet opens the door to endless possibilities, but where to start is oftentimes the hardest part. For starters, putting together an effective points strategy can be rewarding, in so many ways – from savings on airlines and hotels to experiencing some top notch destinations.
To help get you from point A to point B, The Points Guy, Brian Kelly is here to help you strategize. Through his earning strategies and travel savvy, Brian was able to book exciting and extravagant trips for next to nothing, flying first class and staying at luxury hotels all for the cost of a coach ticket and a hostel bed.

About the Talent:
Brian Kelly is The Points Guy. Passionate about travel from a young age, Brian’s jet setting adventures started when he was 12 and booked his family of six on a vacation to the Cayman Islands. After graduating from the University of Pittsburgh, Brian took a job on Wall Street and became a road warrior, traveling up to 6 months of the year and learning to maximize his hard-earned loyalty points and airline miles. In 2010, Brian brought his passion for travel to the masses and became The Points Guy, sharing his points and miles insights with eager readers worldwide via his website, ThePointsGuy.com. Due to the immense interest in his tips and advice, Brian left his job on Wall Street in June 2011 to grow his site and travel the world full-time. ThePointsGuy.com now has over 900,000 unique monthly visitors, and Brian has a staff of six writers keeping their readers up to date on important points and travel news. Brian has been featured in over 100 publications and news outlets including The New York Times, Condé Nast Traveler, The Los Angeles Times, The Independent, CNN, and The Today Show, among others. He has presented at various travel conferences including the LA Times and New York Times Travel Shows, and the annual Chicago Frequent Flyer Seminars. Brian dishes out more of his signature tips and advice via Twitter. Follow him @ThePointsGuy
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