Priority Pass has launched a wave of special offers at airports around the Globe. The offer is to celebrate 25 years of Priority Pass, and the new promotions include discounts at many top airport retailers. The offers are at 146 participating airports located in 32 countries around the world
- Offer end dates vary by retailer and airport
- Most offers are in the 10% discount range
Taking advantage of the offer is relatively easy, all you need to do is log into your Priority Pass account on the web or via the App. Select your desired airport, and you will then be able to see the range of offers available to you. One thing to note is that the process is much smoother in the Priority Pass App than on the website.
Once you have found an offer you like then scan the Generated QR code, or Alphanumeric code to redeem your offer.
Priority Pass Membership
There are various levels of Priority Pass memberships both paid and unpaid. While some people pay for their membership, a huge number opt to obtain complimentary Priority Pass Membership via premium credit card enrollment. Free Priority Pass membership is not only viable for consumer cards, but several business credit cards also provide Priority Pass membership.
Cards like the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card, and The Platinum Card from American Express (learn more) all come with Complimentary Priority Pass Select Membership. Typically premium cards let you and two guests visit a lounge for free, although some cards are slightly more restrictive with their guest access policy.
This is a great little promotion is if you are a Priority Pass member who is traveling or transiting from one of the participating airports. Even though a 10% discount is nothing to write home about it is still nothing to sneezed at. If you are planning on picking up a load of duty-free on your travels, then a 10% discount can quickly add up to some serious savings. On the positive side for Priority Pass it is good news to see the company spreading its wings and evolving and offering more and more rewards for its members.