One-Year Priority Pass for Worldwide Airport VIP Lounge Access - £34 @ Amazon Local
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One-Year Priority Pass for Worldwide Airport VIP Lounge Access - £34 @ Amazon Local

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Found 23rd Aug 2014
Was £69, now £34

Make air travel a more pleasant, less stressful experience with one-year access to VIP lounges in airports worldwide from Priority Pass. With over 700 lounges in 400 cities in over 120 countries covering every continent of the world, Priority Pass's network of lounges offers a haven of relaxation, where travellers can enjoy complimentary refreshments, and anything else they could need to prepare themselves for the journey ahead.

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£15 per person, per visit

Nae Chance

Should say in title that there is a further charge per visit. 4 people would cost £60
Edited by: "Bigbil" 23rd Aug 2014

So you pay for membership and have to pay each time you visit a lounge?

stox

So you pay for membership and have to pay each time you visit a lounge?



Yip - from deal

"Members pay just £15 per visit to use the facilities of each lounge. Guests can also join you for £15 per person per visit"

I have it since few years, I confirm you have to pay per visit... few lounges worth 15 quid (LGW and LHR for example), others not at all...

But does this cover T5 lounge at heathrow?

All T5 lounges are BA / OneWorld only.

Terminal 1

Lounge: SERVISAIR LOUNGE

Location: Airside - after Passport Control, turn right at 'World of Whiskies' and take the lift or stairs to the 2nd Floor. Follow signs along the balcony to the Lounge.

Opening Hours: 05:15 - 22:15 daily. Hours may be subject to seasonal changes.



Terminal 2-B

Lounge: UNITED CLUB

Location: Airside - after Security, the Lounge is located near Gate 34.

Opening Hours: 05:00 - 20:30 daily.



Terminal 3

Lounge: SERVISAIR LOUNGE

Location: Airside-after Security follow signs Gates1-42 & Airline Lounges & bear left. Turn left & follow signs Gates1-22&Airline Lounges B-J, then turn right towards Gates12-42 & Airline Lounges F-1. Immediately left is 'Lounge F' sign. Continue along corridor, turn right & go up one floor via stairs/lift to Lounge.

Opening Hours: 05:45 - 22:15 daily. Hours may be subject to seasonal changes.



Terminal 3

Lounge: NO.1 HEATHROW

Location: Airside - after Security, follow the walkway to the left of World Duty Free and follow signs 'Airport Lounges' and 'Gates 13-22'. The Lounge is located one floor up, and is accessible via lifts or stairs.

Opening Hours: 04:30 - 22:30 daily.



Terminal 4

Lounge: SKYTEAM LOUNGE

Location: Airside - after Security Checks proceed into the main Departure Hall. Turn right and follow signs to the Skyteam Lounge located opposite Gate 10.

Opening Hours: 05:00 - 22:00 daily.

Hopefully that's up to date.

What a con. Your basically paying for the option of getting in to the place. At £15 for yourself and per person for the pleasure.

Don't get me started on how stupid it is that such lounges even exist in the first place.

No, its not a con. You pay your £15 and get a civilised place to sit, free food and drink, wifi, shower etc. Anyone who has bought a beer and a sandwich at any UK airport will spend the thick end of £15 anyway.
Pays yer money, takes your choice.

I will add, in fairness, that the lounges on offer are not the most desirable, but still better than nothing.
Edited by: "airbus330" 23rd Aug 2014

£15 for unlimited alcohol (and limited food) at some airports ... bargain !

I am glad people like yourself do not see this for the bargain it is.

I get this card free with my AMEX Platinum card and its really worth the money. As mentioned before for around £15 you get free snacks, unlimited Wifi, and free Booze. Plus you get a quiet and comfortable place to sit away from the poor people. That alone is worth the money.

puddleuk

What a con. Your basically paying for the option of getting in to the … What a con. Your basically paying for the option of getting in to the place. At £15 for yourself and per person for the pleasure. Don't get me started on how stupid it is that such lounges even exist in the first place.

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