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Read TPG in Travel + Leisure Starting This Week!

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So many readers have had success traveling and exploring the world with the tips and tricks we post here every day on The Points Guy. Today, I’m proud and very excited to announce that beginning this week I’ll begin contributing to Travel + Leisure, bringing the world of points and miles to a whole new audience. I’ve been a huge fan of the magazine and website for years, and it’s a surreal experience to be able to share everything I’ve learned with travel enthusiasts around the world.

I'm excited to bring posts from the world of points and miles to Travel and Leisure.
I’m excited to bring the world of points and miles to Travel + Leisure.

Nothing’s changing when it comes to the content you’ll find here, but you’ll be able to get a slightly different perspective in my “On Points” column, running each week on Travel + Leisure’s website. My first post is a guide to Five Ultra-Fancy Vacations You Can Buy (Mostly!) With Miles and Points.

Stay tuned for more content on T+L soon!

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