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Family Travel for Real Life 3: Meet the Speakers


I’m thrilled to announce that the speakers for FT4RL are in place! (Drum Roll please)

Trevor from Tagging Miles and Kenny from Miles4More on Creative Ways to Earn Miles and Points

Dan from Points With a Crew on Panning for Gold in Category 1: Hotel Tips, Tricks, and Steals

Phil from Miles Abound on getting the most out of your miles

Richard Kerr, frequent contributor on The Points Guy, on Asian Destinations with Families

Frequent Community Contributor Haley Bach on Disney Debunked: Making Friends with the Mouse

I’m especially proud of the three new speakers we’re bringing to the table: Rich, Dan and Haley.  They each have unique expertise and points of view.  Combined with Phil, Kenny and Trevor (all rock stars in the miles/points community)  FT4RL brings sessions you won’t see in any other conference.

But what I’m most happy about is you: the FT4RL community.  Early Bird tickets sold out quickly and many guests have been to FT4RL 1 or 2 (and a few to both!).  If you want to join us October 24th in Tysons Corner, VA, better get your tickets soon. More details can be found on the ticket page.

Are you coming to FT4RL? What do you think of our speakers? Please share your thoughts in the comments.

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22 thoughts on “Family Travel for Real Life 3: Meet the Speakers

  1. Kirsten

    I thought the same thing about the live blogging! Looks like a great line up of speakers! I’m really looking forward to seeing/meeting everyone.

    1. thedealmommy Post author

      That’s the great thing about owning the event: you get to set the topics. Low end hotels are near and dear to my heart, too.

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  4. Kumar

    Just a honest comment. I know some speakers are pretty good but I think the ticket prices are getting higher. I think the ideal price should not be more than 40-50$. Just a suggestion.

    1. thedealmommy Post author

      Understood. The early birds were cheaper, but sold out quickly. This is a labor of love and is priced accordingly-no huge profit margin! Doing it closer to the city was just more expensive.

  5. Points With A Crew

    Don’t worry – part if the benefits of speaking is that I know what I’m going to say!

    I’ll pre write the post for my own talk, though of course I’d be gappy for anyone else to write about my talk!!

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  7. Rob T

    I’d have loved to come, but the east coast location is tough. I’m in SFO. I’ll have to catch a red-eye on friday and I don’t do very with those in coach. I don’t think there are any flat beds SFO-IAD. It if was sunday then I could have taken a hotel room and rested on saturday to be ready for sunday.. hopefully next time

        1. thedealmommy Post author

          Hi Sharon: Watch this space or follow @thedealmommy on Twitter or The Deal Mommy on Facebook. It’s the best way to keep up.

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