The majority of this book focuses on using credit card rewards points to travel cheaply. The savings comes from racking up thousands of frequent flyer miles points and rewards points for booking flights and hotels at extremely reduced costs. The author is convincing and gives many personal examples of expensive vacations he's taken at a fraction of the full cost. However, one must be ready to juggle multiple (we're talking dozens) of credit cards and keep track of rewards point to reap the benefits. Wilson also gives savings tips for online shopping and personal finance that are useful and practical. His website, Brad's Deals, which he refers to frequently in the book, is a great place to find additional savings. For example, after reading a tip from his book, I went on his website, searched restaurant.com, and with a special coupon code, was able to get a $10 gift certificate to a local restaurant for $2.40. If you don't have the time or the fortitude to follow Wilson's extreme travel savings plans, quicker and simpler ideas like this make the book worth reading.