Priority Pass Annual Membership - £34 @ Amazon Local
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Priority Pass Annual Membership - £34 @ Amazon Local

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Found 5th May 2014
With Priority Pass you have access to over 600 airport lounges worldwide and a choice of three membership plans to suit your particular traveling needs.

This is half the normal price so seems a good deal for anyone who wants it.

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But then you still have to pay £15 each time you want to actually use a lounge?

if you use airport. 15 quid mounts up quick. you can always sneak some stuff for the plane aswell.

Original Poster

Indeed - this deal isnt for everyone but if like me you travel a bit and you enjoy a couple of drinks before a flight you can either save a little or drink a lot

You can book airport lounges in advance, the cost isn't usually much more than £15 anyway. If you fly a lot then you've usually got a company card or have qualified for an airlines lounge pass.

Many lounges overseas allow you to pay on the door, having used Priority Pass years ago, a lot of the lounges allowed anyone to pay on the door. Plus they lost a lot of decent lounges when I last checked.

xavk

Indeed - this deal isnt for everyone but if like me you travel a bit and … Indeed - this deal isnt for everyone but if like me you travel a bit and you enjoy a couple of drinks before a flight you can either save a little or drink a lot



Or travel business/first class and get in for free

All drinks included

You get the top tier of Priority Pass with the Amex Platinum card which gets you, supplementary card holders and a guest in each for free.Granted the Platinum card has a membership fee of £450 but it comes with a lot of benefits

When I had Priority Pass (via Platinum card) for a couple of years, I found the quality of the lounges varied. At Heathrow the only one worth trying is No. 1 Heathrow in Terminal 3. It has a decent buffet and al la carte menu, cinema, showers and kids rooms. The decor was modern and comfortable.

In contrast, the Servis Air Lounge in terminal 1 was dingy and stingy (rhyme intended). Very few drinks or food, just a few tables with no natural daylight.

The lounges outside of the UK are a mixed bag. For example, the Ambassador lounge in Singapore Terminal has decent showers but no fresh food (YMMV) and very few places to sit. The LuxxLounge and Sky Lounges at Frankfurt had lots of seating but little else. In summer they were very warm. The lounge in Dubai was reasonable but not as nice as No.1 Heathrow.

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