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It’s been almost a year since we released the TPG To Go app, and I’m really happy with all the positive feedback I’ve received from readers. The goal of the app is not only to help you stay organized and maximize your spending, but also to give you insights into your favorite loyalty programs and how you earn (and redeem) rewards more generally.
The app has given us some insights as well, thanks to all the input we’ve received. The team at Wallaby — the folks who produce both the TPG To Go app and the TPG Maximizer — just compiled some interesting statistics for us based on user surveys and preferences from July, 2015. I thought it would be fun to share them with you so you can get a better sense of where your fellow readers are coming from.
The charts below report which airlines and hotels are favored by TPG To Go users, along with their home airports and self-assessed credit ratings. Check out the data below and see what resonates with you.
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