Conway Travels

Frequently Asked Questions

What do you charge?
$149 per person or $199 per couple. That’s a small fee, really, when you consider you’ll have the ability to earn tens of thousands of dollars in free travel every year.

Where do you hold your seminars?

Anywhere. Everywhere! I hold monthly seminars at my home, but I’ve presented in attendee homes, coffee shops, and even cocktail bars. I’m also happy to fly anywhere in the country to present. I mean, I have the miles, right? If I’m flying to you, though, I do require a minimum of 3 attendees, so bring friends!

What will I learn?
You’ll learn how to accumulate hundreds of thousands of frequent flyer miles and award points every year, which you can then redeem for free travel all over the world. And, yes, this largely involves the use of credit cards because banks are the ones giving away the miles. But I’ll be showing you how and why banks do this, and why we are in a unique time in history to take advantage of these generous offers. I’ll also be teaching you my own personal system for acquiring, tracking, and organizing your miles and credit cards. With this power, you can redeem upwards of 500,000+ miles every year.

Will this affect my credit?
I’ve been doing this for 5+ years and my credit score sits around 825, an enviable number to most. I’ll be teaching you how to effectively manage and monitor your credit, while also giving you insight into the factors affecting your score and how it is calculated. Come for the free travel; stay for the finance lesson.

How many miles do you have?
At any given time, I’m usually hovering around 2 million miles.

How much free travel have you redeemed?
In the last 3-4 years, I estimate I redeemed close to $300,000 in free travel.

How many people can attend?
Generally 3-5 per session. I like to keep my groups small so it feels more like a discussion rather than a lecture. We’ll be discussing some foreign concepts to many and I like to address individual questions and concerns as they arise.

How long will it take?
Anywhere in the neighborhood of 2-3 hours.

Do you have references?

Do I ever!