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Each Saturday, we round up news stories that you might have missed from the week before. Here’s the top miles, points and travel news you might have missed on TPG this week.
This new installation might be reason enough to visit Changi Airport Singapore (SIN).
If you’re in the neighborhood, check out the TPG pop-up in London in preparation for the launch!
The busiest travel season ever plus the temporary loss of a popular jet is not a great recipe for attractive fares.
Now, cardholders can take a few dollars off food delivery and ride-share usage each month.
Just get a really good credit card instead!
We’re ready to see that fresh paint, United.
Check out the worst offender of the US airlines.
According to TPG’s JT Genter, it’s a “surprisingly good deal.”
British Airways seems to be trialing a way to get members to redeem for flights at a worse value.
Check out what United’s president said about the potential endeavor.
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