We’re Launching a Family Travel Gear YouTube Series

Jan 29, 2019

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When we launched TPG Family in July 2018, our goal was to show you how use points and miles to make family travel easier, more accessible and more enjoyable. Traveling with kids can be frustrating and exhausting at times, but TPG Family editor Summer Hull, aka Mommy Points, doesn’t want to just help you maximize your miles to take a family vacation. She also wants to make sure you’ve got the right tools for the job. That’s why we’re launching “Are We There Yet?” — a monthly YouTube series with Summer and some special guests testing out the top family travel gear.

EPISODE 01

From gear like the Trunki suitcase you see little kids riding around on in the airport to the Doona stroller that doubles as a carseat, we’ll show you how to assemble the gear and whether the product is worth the investment. All new “Are We There Yet?” episodes drop on the last Tuesday of every month, so be sure to subscribe and let us know what family travel gear you want reviewed next.

Was the Trunki a “must buy” or a “flunky”?

You’re also more than welcome to follow along on at TPG Family or join the TPG Family Facebook page for daily family travel news and tips.

New to family travel? Here are some guides to get you started:

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