Priority Pass Credit Cards
Want free Priority Pass membership and lounge access? Here's what you can get with a credit card.
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Priority Pass gives you access to over 1,300 airport lounges around the world. Membership prices start from US$99 but there are some credit cards in Australia that offer you free Priority Pass lounge access.
This is usually through complimentary Priority Pass membership, lounge passes or both. So, let's take a look at your options.
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How does Priority Pass work?
Priority pass gives you access to over 1,300 airport lounges in over 600 cities worldwide. Depending on your credit card, it may come with complimentary membership to Priority Pass or a set number (usually two) of Priority Pass invitations to use each year. You may need to register your card on the Priority Pass website before taking advantage of the lounge passes.
This can help you save on the usual annual fees and visit fees you would usually fork out to visit the lounge. We've included the annual fees and details below, which were listed on the Priority Pass website in May 2021.
- Annual fee: US $99
- Member fee: US $32
- Guest fee: US $32
- Annual fee: US $299
- Member fee: 10 free visits and then US $32
- Guest fee: US $32
- Annual fee: US $429
- Member fee: All free member visits
- Guest fee: US $32
Where are Priority Pass lounges located?
There are Priority Pass lounges at airports all around the world – including airports in London, Los Angeles, Dubai, Singapore and Hong Kong.
In Australia, there are Priority Pass locations at Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Adelaide airports. The Priority Pass website has a search tool you can use to find lounges for your travel plans.
What perks can I expect from a Priority Pass lounge?
There are 1,300+ Priority Pass lounges in over 500 cities around the world and the perks vary depending on where you’re visiting. However, you can usually expect the following benefits when you visit one of the participating lounges:
Whether you’re travelling around Australia or overseas, you can find Priority Pass lounges all over the world. You can use the “find a lounge” tool on the Priority Pass website to locate one based on the city or airport you’re visiting.
Tranquility and comfort
Unlike the busy and stressful public waiting areas of an airport, Priority Pass lounges offer travellers a quiet and peaceful alternative. There are usually plenty of seats, meaning you can relax in comfort before your next flight. Some lounges also offer shower facilities, in case you want to freshen up before your flight.
Complimentary meals and beverages
Plane food isn’t always appetising, so you can fill up on complimentary meals and snacks before your next flight. You may find that the meals on offer also reflect the local culture and flavours of your location! Whether you want barista-made coffee or a nice glass of wine, you can usually enjoy a variety of beverages in the lounge as well.
Wi-Fi and business facilities
If you want to get some work done before you jump on the plane, you can often take advantage of high-speed Wi-Fi and charging stations. Depending on the lounge, it may also have designated meeting rooms that you can take advantage of if you’re travelling with a colleague.
Restaurant and bar discounts
As well as lounge access, Priority Pass members can often take advantage of exclusive discounts and deals at partnered restaurants and bars at the airport. You can also use the find a lounge tool on the Priority Pass website to find which offers you can take advantage of depending on the airport you're visiting.
If you want a discounted annual Priority Pass membership, check out our Priority Pass discount codes for more savings.
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