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Airport Lounge Membership with Priority Pass (Up to 89% Off). Three Options Available - $5.60

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Groupon has aPriority Pass (airport lounge membership) for up to 89% off. There are Three Options Available. You are also using a 20% off promotional code to make it cheaper. Please note: this is only a good deal if you travel a lot for the year and have many layovers. There are a few credit cards out there that offers this for free so check your cc first.

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Promo Code: FALL20

Choice of:
$7 for $50 Towards Standard Membership
$7 for $63 Towards Standard Membership with 1 Visit Included
$7 for $63 Towards Standard Plus Membership with 10 Visits Included
Up to 50% off airport lounge access with Priority Pass Save up to $63 on airport lounge access with Priority Pass

Memberships include:
*Access to over 1000 lounges in over 500 cities
*Complimentary pre-flight bites, including alcohol in most lounges
*Quiet and comfortable spaces
*Power sockets and free Wi-Fi in most lounges
*The latest newspapers and magazines to keep up with current events
*Conference rooms, showers, beds and spa facilities in select lounges

The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Must register online to activate your membership. Valid for new members only. Voucher price does not include the cost of membership which is payable direct to Priority Pass. The one-year membership starts from the date of redemption. No refunds or cancellations once the application has been completed & membership terms have started. Non-transferable to others. Your physical membership card will be dispatched within 3 business days of confirmation of your membership but may take a week to arrive. Not all lounges are able to process Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
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Standard Membership - $99 - $43 = $56
Standard Plus - $249 - $56 = $193

Those prices are not including the Groupon promo code
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I have the Chase Prestige card that come with Priority Pass. Can someone explain the difference between this and the one come with Chase Prestige card?
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After joining
Standard Member $27 Guest $27
StandardPlus 10 Free Entry Guest $27
Prestige Member Unlimited Free Entry Guest $27

Got Stuck in Frankfurt, Germany for 14 Hours was allowed to use the Delta Lounge.
Great Snacks ...Euro Cheese and Meat Bar, Euro Chocolates all the Heineken and Whisky you can drink.

A really nice way to spend a layover and get a good sleep on the plane.
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I have the Chase Prestige card that come with Priority Pass. Can someone explain the difference between this and the one come with Chase Prestige card?
I have the Chase Sapphire card. With the card benefit, I get UNLIMITED lounge access.
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Most of these lounges are for international flights only or are in weird concourses that are hard to get to. It is only really useful for very specific travellers in certain airports. I travel plenty for work and was even turned down once because PriorityPass gets lowest priority into these lounges.
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I have the Chase Sapphire card. With the card benefit, I get UNLIMITED lounge access.
With the Sapphire card, can you bring a guest into the lounge? I will be traveling with my friend with the card, wondering if I should get this or go in as her guest.
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Most of these lounges are for international flights only or are in weird concourses that are hard to get to. It is only really useful for very specific travellers in certain airports. I travel plenty for work and was even turned down once because PriorityPass gets lowest priority into these lounges.
This is very important for people to understand. This is not a universal airline club pass that gets you into any club in the US, and not even close to that. Club memberships cost ~$500/year (or a credit card with that level of annual fee) and there is no cheap way to get access, nevermind access to all of them.

If you fly domestically, even quite frequently, you need to use a very small set of cities where this makes sense. Check their website for the club locations and look at the actual terminals and access requirements (i.e. international boarding pass required, access restricted to off-hours, etc).
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With the Sapphire card, can you bring a guest into the lounge? I will be traveling with my friend with the card, wondering if I should get this or go in as her guest.
Bringing a guest costs $$. Depends on location
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With the Sapphire card, can you bring a guest into the lounge? I will be traveling with my friend with the card, wondering if I should get this or go in as her guest.
Yes you can. I do it all the time.
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Depends on your departing/destination city, I travel a lot for work but some of the lounges I have to have are downright retarded to pay to go into ... they give you peanuts, chips and drinks .. LOL

Some on the other hand are amazing, have had Korean bulgogi (beef), chicken wings, shrimp cocktails, sandwiches , Korean Jap chae (noodles) , Chinese congee .... of course these lounges are usually located in the international terminal .. the ones in the domestic terminals suck usually unless it is the Alaska air lounge (god dam pancakes are so good!)

Also if you have a Amex plat card or above, you can goto the Amex lounge which is a lot better than priority pass lounges from my experience
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Had this for a while. The few lounges I used sucked and were sooooo overcrowded. Do not trick yourself into thinking you are getting something exclusive.
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Had this for a while. The few lounges I used sucked and were sooooo overcrowded. Do not trick yourself into thinking you are getting something exclusive.
Well, you are getting something exclusive, it's just less exclusive than you thought. Clearly for all the overcrowding, there's still people outside that would have to pay for access.

I will say that among the lounges, the Priority Pass lounges are low end. They are not nearly the same level as the lounges from US airlines like Delta or AA.
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Most of these lounges are for international flights only or are in weird concourses that are hard to get to. It is only really useful for very specific travellers in certain airports. I travel plenty for work and was even turned down once because PriorityPass gets lowest priority into these lounges.
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This is very important for people to understand. This is not a universal airline club pass that gets you into any club in the US, and not even close to that. Club memberships cost ~$500/year (or a credit card with that level of annual fee) and there is no cheap way to get access, nevermind access to all of them.

If you fly domestically, even quite frequently, you need to use a very small set of cities where this makes sense. Check their website for the club locations and look at the actual terminals and access requirements (i.e. international boarding pass required, access restricted to off-hours, etc).
Unfortunately my experience mirrors this. Often the lounges are in international terminals, with the staff checking for a boarding pass departing that terminal. ORD and SFO are examples. Otherwise the lounge will be co-branded with an airline, and the will deprioritize Priority Pass members in order to reserve space for it's own frequent fliers. LAX has a lounge in a domestic terminal, but if I'm ever there before 10pm, there is a sign outside the elevator to the lounge noting the lounge is full to Priority Pass members.

Of the maybe 12 flights I've wanted to use Priority Pass, I've been able to access the lounge once. Lately I don't even bother.

If you download the Priority Pass app, you'll be able to search the airports of interest to see the location/limitations of the lounge. Yelp is also full of reviews from PP members noting they were unable to access a lounge.
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With the Sapphire card, can you bring a guest into the lounge? I will be traveling with my friend with the card, wondering if I should get this or go in as her guest.
Download the priority pass app and check the fine prints of the lounge. Each lounge has its own rules. For example, you can only get in at certain hours; some lounges restrict you to bring up to 2 guests.
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