- The travel and credit card rewards website The Points Guy (TPG) held its second annual TPG Awards on Monday at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York.
- Award winners were chosen by thousands of readers and TPG editorial staff for the best airline, hotel, travel, and credit card products.
- JetBlue won for the best domestic economy and best premium cabin while Qatar Airways won for best international business class. You can see the full list of airline award winners below.
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The US travel and credit-card rewards website The Points Guy held its second annual TPG Awards on Monday night.
At the gala, which was hosted by founder Brian Kelly on the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space museum, awards were presented throughout the nebulous world of credit cards, airlines, hospitality, travel, and, of course, points and miles.
Like last year, during the inaugural awards, JetBlue and Qatar Airways were big winners. In fact, JetBlue was the only airline to have two in-flight products win awards.
Still, there were a few surprises on the airline award list. The TPG airline product award winners were selected by the website's editorial staff who narrowed the field down to a handful of finalists. The staff then reviewed each of the candidates to determine the honoree for each category.
The TPG Awards for best credit cards, and hotel and airline loyalty programs, were selected entirely by the website's readers. According to The Points Guy, over 100,000 voters weighed in to select the 20 award winners.
Delta Air Lines SkyMiles nabbed the Readers' Choice award for best US Airline Loyalty program. Marriott Bonvoy was crowned Best Hotel Loyalty Program.
Check out the full list of winners below.
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