Samantha Rosen, The Points Guy

Samantha Rosen

The Points Guy

New York, NY, United States

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  • Elite Daily

Recent articles by Samantha:

This $12 annual membership is my secret hack to saving hundreds on flights and hotels

Having an AARP membership will help you save hundreds on flights, hotels and car rentals — and it's only $12 a year. → Read More

This travel sweatshirt inspired by a kangaroo has divided the TPG office

The Loungaroo high-tech travel sweatshirt promises to be comfortable and practical. But is it? TPG staffers weigh in. → Read More

You might be able to move to Barbados and work remotely for a year

Barbados is going to launch a new program that will encourage visitors to move there and work remotely for a year. → Read More

The easy trick to save money when dining out or ordering in from your favorite restaurants

Restaurant booking platform Resy just launched a new promotion where you can get $5 back up to 10 times when ordering takeout or dining out at some of your favorite restaurants. Here's how to take advantage of it. → Read More

The TWA Hotel rooftop pool is now open — and rooms are 50% off the usual price

You can now grab drinks at the TWA Hotel's famous rooftop bar, overlooking the JFK runway. You'll need a reservation, though → Read More

Amazon is having a huge sale right now — these are the 14 best travel items to buy

We rounded up some of our favorite products for travel currently on sale at Amazon during the "Big Style Sale" event. → Read More

This swanky new hotel in Las Vegas is for adults only

Circa Resort & Casino, a new, adults-only hotel in Las Vegas, has just started to accept reservations. → Read More

How the travel industry is celebrating Juneteenth in 2020 — and why it's so important

June 19 marks an important day in United States history. Here's how cities and the travel industry at large are celebrating Juneteenth this year. → Read More

Cash crunch forces British Airways to sell off its famous lounge art collection

British Airways is selling off some artwork from its famous lounge art collection to save cash during the pandemic. → Read More

Could the government pay for your next vacation?

Travelers can get discounts on their visit or free coronavirus tests upon arrival at these countries around the world. → Read More

5 easy New Orleans escapes you can get to in three hours or less

Whether you're heading to Gulf Shores or New Iberia, here are the best getaways to escape New Orleans. → Read More

7 photos and videos that show what Las Vegas looked like on reopening weekend

Las Vegas reopened to visitors on June 4. Here's what it looked like. → Read More

Why it's so difficult to donate your airline and hotel points and miles to the causes you care about

Travel companies tell TPG they're actively reevaluating their donation programs. Like many of us, they have a lot of reflection and work to do. → Read More

Drive-in experiences are surging in popularity this summer

Drive-in experiences — including movies, concerts and more — are popping up everywhere. → Read More

6 feet to eat: The extreme lengths people are going through to social distance

People are dining in "quarantine greenhouses" and using items like pool noodles and bumper car tables to dine out in public. → Read More

What to know about Miami's reopening plan

Miami Beach is targeting June 1 as its reopening date. Here's what travelers should know. → Read More

Bali to reopen to tourists by October

Bali, one of the biggest tourism destinations in the world, hopes to open to tourists by October. → Read More

Better than IFE: Don’t miss the next TPG Women’s movie night

Join our next digital event hosted by our TPG Women Facebook community! → Read More

Two months after shutting down, the Florida Keys will start opening to tourists in June

The Florida Keys just announced they will reopen to tourists starting June 1, amid the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Why you'll need to reserve all your fun this summer

With social distancing guidelines in effect, here's what you can expect from pools, beaches, restaurants, theme parks and more in summer 2020. → Read More