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This week we launched TPGtv — a new web series featuring The Points Guy as he travels around the world on points and miles. Follow along with TPG on YouTube as we explore the jungles of Rwanda, sail through Ha Long Bay, Vietnam, and find out why flying in Emirates First Class will spoil you for life. Along the way, you’ll also learn his best tips and tricks for maximizing your own points and miles.
Tune in every Monday for another installment of TPGtv. The first episode highlights Brian Kelly’s journey to Accra, Ghana, in Delta business class for 90,000 miles and $5.60, an excellent way to start his journey to Africa. Episode two, launching this Monday, is all about TPG’s life-changing meeting with PeaceJam, a wonderful non-profit organization that’s changing the world by having Nobel Laureate teachers educate youth.
To mark the start of the series, we’re giving away a Delta $500 gift card for your next trip — it’s not quite enough for a business class ticket to Africa, but it’ll certainly get you far. Of course, you can always use points and miles earned from cards like the Amex Premier Rewards Gold to earn Membership Rewards points that can later be transferred to Delta SkyMiles.
You must enter the giveaway below no later than 11:59pm ET on Monday, February 8.
To enter this giveaway, visit our Facebook Page or enter below:
Last week’s winners: Last week, we gave away a two-night stay at the Andaz Toyko. Congratulations again
to Johnson L., who won by commenting on the post and visiting our Facebook page. Stay tuned for more great giveaways on the blog, as well as on TPG’s Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat accounts. Good luck with this week’s giveaway!
Premier Rewards Gold Card from American Express
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