TPG’s 10,000th Post and an Invitation to Attend Our Holiday Party in NYC

Sep 30, 2016

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Last year, we celebrated TPG’s fifth anniversary — and now I have another very exciting milestone to share. Over the weekend, we’ll publish our 10,000th post on the site, and to celebrate, we’re giving away 10 tickets (each will include a guest) to our holiday party on December 7 in New York City. (While I’d love to give away 10 thousand tickets, we’ll have to save that for another year.)

I’ve reserved a very special venue, and we’re pulling out all the stops — this will definitely be a party you’ll never forget.

This year's holiday party will be one for the record books.
This year’s holiday party will be one for the record books.

To enter for a chance to win tickets for you and a guest, send a tweet or post on Facebook with the TPG post that you’ve found most helpful over the years, be it the free Hilton gold status you were able to score with the Amex Platinum card or the incredible award flights you were able to find thanks to United’s Expert Mode. Include @thepointsguy (on Twitter) and #pickmeTPG at the end of your post. You can also enter via a comment below. Before you enter, please confirm that you’re available to attend in NYC on December 7 — we’ll provide two tickets, but travel expenses are on your own. Entries must be received by 11:59pm ET on Friday, October 7.

Good luck, and I can’t wait to celebrate with you in December!

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