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New Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club Coming to LAX

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Credit card issuers fiercely compete in various areas, with one particular battleground heating up significantly: airport lounges.

Chase has made a notable entrance into the lounge landscape with its impressive collection of “Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club” lounges. Currently, 8 lounges are open or in the works, demonstrating Chase’s dedication to enhancing cardmembers’ travel experiences and expanding the Sapphire Lounge by The Club network.

Now, the issuer has revealed an exciting new location for its newest Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club: Los Angeles International Airport. Here’s what we know so far!

Details of New Chase Sapphire Lounge at LAX

At more than 9,000 square feet, the new Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) will be located within the Tom Bradley International Terminal. While there’s limited information available, we know the lounge will be close to Gate 148, by the West Gates’ gateway facility.

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The food at the Chase Sapphire Lounge at LaGuardia Airport. Image Credit: Stella Shon

This new location will be the ninth addition to the Sapphire Lounge by The Club network, which has recently opened lounges in Hong Kong (HKG), Boston (BOS), and New York (LGA and JFK) and upcoming lounge openings in Las Vegas (LAS), Philadelphia (PHL), Phoenix (PHX), and San Diego (SAN).

How To Access Chase Sapphire Lounges

Primary cardmembers and authorized users with the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, J.P. Morgan Reserve Card, or The Ritz-Carlton™ Credit Card who have activated their complimentary Priority Pass lounge access can enjoy unlimited access to any Chase Sapphire Lounge and bring up to 2 guests for no charge.

Additional guests over the age of 2 cost $27 per person, but Ritz-Carlton card holders can bring unlimited guests at no charge. 

However, those with credit cards with a Priority Pass membership will be allowed to visit Chase Sapphire Lounges once per calendar year. Here are some cards that include Priority Pass and Chase Sapphire Lounge access:

Hot Tip:

Take a look at our comprehensive guide to the Chase Sapphire Lounges by The Club, which includes information on locations, hours, and more.

Final Thoughts

It’s nice to see Chase expanding its own lounge network to compete with American Express and Capital One. With the new plans to open a Chase Sapphire Lounge by The Club at LAX, residents and visitors to the city will now have another high-quality lounge to select from when flying through The City of Angels.

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Juan has extensive experience in writing and editing content related to credit cards, loyalty programs, and travel. He has been honing his expertise in this field for over a decade. His work has been featured in various prestigious publications, such as USA Today, CNN Underscored, Forbes and The Points Guy. Juan is the visionary behind JetBetter, a premier award booking concierge service.

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