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In case you haven’t noticed, I love to help people take the greatest trips of their lives, whether that means writing about the best ways to maximize your points and miles or sharing my own travel adventures so you’ll be inspired to do them, too. With that in mind, I’m thrilled to announce that our first-ever episode of TPGtv will launch on Monday, Feb. 1 — check out the official TPGtv trailer, below!
In each episode, TPGtv will take you along with me as I explore a new destination and show you all the possibilities of rewards travel. Season 1 starts off with a sneak peek at my new favorite way to fly to Africa (redeeming 90K Delta SkyMiles and paying $5.60 for a Delta One Business Class flight is the way to go!) and an intro to PeaceJam, a wonderful non-profit organization that’s changing the world by having Nobel Laureate teachers educate youth.
You’ll join me as I travel the world and learn how to box from a professional “Black Tiger” boxer in Accra, sand board in Cape Town, trek with gorillas in the jungles of Rwanda, and in Season 2, sail through the gorgeous islands of Ha Long Bay, Vietnam and find out why flying in Emirates First Class will spoil you for life. Be sure to check back each Monday for the latest TPGtv installment.
Can’t wait to see what I’m working on next? Follow along with all my travel adventures on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat (thepointsguy) for a behind-the-scenes look at what’s coming up on TPGtv, and don’t forget to subscribe to The Points Guy on YouTube — you’ll be notified as soon as each new episode appears.
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