Travel Credit Card Segment (and TPG Shout Out) on the Today Show

by on July 30, 2011 · 7 comments

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Yesterday, the Today Show had a segment about travel credit cards, with Elise Loehnen from Conde Nast. Check it out here if it doesn’t load below- my shout out is at around 3:40.

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When talking about credit card bonuses, she recommends TPG and explains you can get even better sign-up bonuses (kinda like this post for the Citi AA cards or this one on increased Amex bonuses).

Always fun to wake up on the west coast to a bunch of friends tagging me in this picture on Facebook!

She also covers foreign transaction fees, hotel cards and a bunch of other things savvy TPG readers probably already know!

Anyway, it was a nice surprise and a good way to kick off my weekend. Now to spend time with my niece and nephew who are visiting NYC for the first time!

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  • Dan


  • Jason

    Very nice, TPG.

  • Jim

    I see very little logic to mention this blog on national TV

  • Heather ✈

    Cool! ✈

  • MileCards

    Finally a mainstream travel correspondent talks about hotel credit card rewards first. So much grief could be saved if the average traveler shot for those rewards instead of trying to find airline tickets for a family of 4 around their school holiday.

  • Adam K


  • KP

    Chick on the TV was wrong about the AMEX Plat fee…$450 woman! Also, it’s a good thing it cost just that much for only 1 card itself. Alot of people don’t travel enough, nor do they want to cough up $450 for a CC, so that should keep the lounges at bay!

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