The news came out today that Summer Hull, writer of the Mommy Points blog, has left Boarding Area to start up a new section at The Points Guy called TPG Family. Read the full press release here.
I’m a fan of anything that can put more spotlight on real world families traveling, and saving money through using miles and points. When I started Points With a Crew nearly 5 years ago, there were hardly any miles and points blogs talking about miles and points (ironically, given the subject of this post, Mommy Points was just about the only one)
Family travel articles on TPG Family
TPG Family started with several articles already written and posted. Here are a few of them
- The Best Airlines for Families in 2018
- 5 ways Families can get more from their miles
- How we’re exploring the country in an RV for a year – with 4 kids
- Getting ready for your child’s first flight: A Survival Guide
- Our Top 5 Family Travel Award Tips
- 21 Airlines that allow Families to Pool Miles
Most of these are written by Summer (Mommy Points) but there are a few guest contributors as well
Congratulations to Summer and looking forward to seeing more family travel posts
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