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Priority Pass Gives Access to Airport Lounges all Around the Globe

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I recently joined Priority Pass so I can gain access to travel lounges when I fly. Although most of my flights are to and from Sydney from regional NSW, it is good to have access to a lounge and/or a Priority Pass partner. In Sydney, Terminal 2, the REX lounge.

It isis definitely worth having a membership. The Rex lounge offers comfort, peace and quiet, tinted glass windows so you can see what’s going on in the terminal and a great selection of snacks and beverages. It’s a great way to get away from the crowds at the airport and find some quiet time and I’m averaging around 3 flights a month so makes travel much easier.

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I’ve also used my Priority Pass to have breakfast ad MODIVA in Terminal 2. With my card, I have up to AUD$36 off the final bill to spend on a meal, which deduct a single lounge visit from my Priority Pass membership. How it works is that there are 3 membership plans for options: standard (US$27 per visit), standard plus (including 10 free visits), and prestige (unlimited lounge visits). If you have used up your visits then your credit card gets charged $27 (USD). If using one of the partner venues like MODIVA you do need to show the card before your meal.

When I received my welcome package it contained my card and a handy book on every lounge, however you can easily find out where the lounges are via the Priority Pass Website. Speaking of the website, as a member you can keep tabs on how many visits you have made, rate a lounge, track flights and redeem special travel associated offers.

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Most of the Priority Pass lounges offer complimentary pre-flight snacks and drinks. There’s no shortage of lounges with over 1200 worldwide and growing. For business traveller, free access to free Wi-Fi, power and computers are an added bonus in the lounges. For long distance travellers the opportunity to freshen up with shower facilities is worth having a Priority Pass alone!

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I carry both my Priority Pass card and the app, which includes a Digital Membership Card.

Priority Pass provides the very best multilingual customer service, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

I’m thrilled that I have discovered Priority Pass and happy to be able to share it to those who haven’t heard of this system before.


Disclaimer: Deb worked with Priority Pass to bring you this post. Please read more about my disclaimer here.

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