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Etihad Lounge in Collaboration With Chase at Washington-Dulles (IAD) Is Now Open

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Chase Sapphire Lounges have been on a roll with lounge openings, and the excitement continues with a new location at Washington-Dulles (IAD). Officially known as the Etihad Lounge in Collaboration With Chase, it has now reopened and has now joined the growing Chase Sapphire Lounge network.

Let’s jump into the details of this new lounge location.

Etihad Lounge in Collaboration With Chase at Washington-Dulles

The former Etihad Lounge at Washington-Dulles has been taken over by Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club. This is excellent news for cardholders of the Chase Sapphire Reserve® and enrolled Priority Pass members — the Chase Sapphire Lounge network has exploded recently, and each location has been met with glowing reviews.

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The Etihad Lounge at Dulles Airport. Image Credit: Priority Pass

The new lounge at IAD is located in Concourse A near gate A14 and is open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. A same-day departure ticket is required, and access is limited to 3 hours before departure.

There’s a complimentary buffet, signature cocktails, and a full table service menu. This location at Washington-Dulles International Airport (IAD) will also offer showers, a family room, and a prayer room.

Hot Tip:

We were in New York for a media preview and got a first look at the Chase Sapphire Lounge at LaGuardia (LGA) — see all of the photos and details for yourself.

How to Access Chase Lounges

Chase Sapphire Lounge by the Club, and this new Etihad Lounge in collaboration with Chase, is part of the Priority Pass network. However, unlike other Priority Pass lounges, members only get 1 complimentary visit per year. Any guests or additional visits will be charged at $75 per visit.

However, anyone who holds a Chase Sapphire Reserve card, J.P. Morgan Reserve Card, or The Ritz-Carlton™ Credit Card and has activated their Priority Pass gets unlimited access. J.P. Morgan Reserve cardholders and Chase Sapphire Reserve card holders can bring up to 2 guests for free. Additional guests cost $27 per person per visit. Ritz-Carlton card holders can bring in unlimited guests at no charge.

Children under 2 are always free.

If you want to access a Chase Sapphire Lounge but don’t have a Priority Pass membership, you can pay $100 per visit. However, so many credit cards come with Priority Pass membership that it’s probably better to keep one of these in your wallet instead of paying for a day pass.

Hot Tip:

Washington-Dulles (IAD) is quickly becoming a great location for layovers with so many airport lounges! It also has a newly opened Capital One Lounge, which has a full-service coffee bar and an excellent selection of grab-and-go items.

Final Thoughts

Chase has been on a roll with new openings lately, and we’re so excited about this latest announcement. The Etihad Lounge at Washington-Dulles (IAD) has been reopened as part of the Chase Sapphire lounge network.

This location offers another lounge option at Washington Dulles and strengthens the lounge access benefit of the Chase Sapphire Reserve card, J.P. Morgan Reserve card, and the Ritz-Carlton card.

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The information regarding the J.P. Morgan Reserve Card was independently collected by Upgraded Points and not provided nor reviewed by the issuer.

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Katie has been in the points and miles game since 2015 and started her own blog in 2016. She’s been freelance writing since then and her work has been featured in publications like Travel + Leisure, Forbes Advisor, and Fortune Recommends.

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