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Receive Up to 25% Off Priority Pass Memberships [Limited Time]

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Priority Pass, the worldwide lounge access membership, is offering up to 25% off its lowest and mid-tier paid plans. While the best way to access a Priority Pass lounge is a membership issued through your credit card as part of its perks, a paid membership can make sense if this isn’t available to you.

What Is Priority Pass?

Priority Pass is a worldwide network of lounges you access through a membership. There are various tiers to membership, from limited visits to unlimited visits. Network lounges are available in most airports, and all you need to do is swipe or scan your card for access.

Lounges can include independent, third-party, or airline-operated lounges, and most offer private seating, free Wi-Fi, charging capabilities, and refreshments at a very minimum.

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SkyTeam Lounge Vancouver. Image Credit: Priority Pass

Priority Pass Discounts

For this promotion, you’ll want to purchase your membership via this dedicated Priority Pass link. There are 2 plans on sale, including the Standard and Standard Plus versions.

The Standard plan normally retails for $99 a year, but for your first year, you receive a discount of 25% and only have to pay $74. This plan doesn’t include free visits, and you’ll need to pay $35 per visit to access the lounge.

The Standard Plus plan normally retails for $329 a year, but you can receive a discount of 20%, bringing your cost down to $263. This plan includes 10 free visits and a $35 per lounge fee for every lounge you visit above the 10 free visits.

The Prestige plan, where you receive unlimited visits (and the one most similar to the Select membership offered with credit cards), is not on sale through this offer.

Hot Tip:

Be sure to check with your financial institution to see if a Priority Pass membership is already included with your credit card perks before purchasing a separate lounge membership. You can also review our list of the best credit cards for free lounge access.

Final Thoughts

This up to 25% discount is a hefty savings on these Priority Pass plans, but it’s usually not worth paying for these plans outright. It’s better to search for a credit card that includes a Priority Pass membership, as this will provide much more access without having to worry about per-visit fees. That said, if you can’t acquire a membership through other means, a paid Priority Pass membership at a discount can make sense depending on your travel patterns.

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James (Jamie) started The Forward Cabin blog to educate readers about points, miles, and loyalty programs. He’s spoken at Princeton University and The New York Times Travel Show and has been quoted in dozens of travel publications.

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