If you’re looking for airline lounge access, Priority Pass might be for you. Plus you can save 25% but this is limited.

Priority Pass is a great way to access airline lounges without having to have a business class ticket or frequent flyer status. With this membership you can access an airline lounge, regardless of your travel class, before your departure to enjoy a quite place to work, grab something to eat/drink or simply relax.  There are over 1200+ airport lounges in over 500 citites in 143 countries to choose from (at the time of writing this).

In addition to airport lounge access members also have access to exclusive discounts and offers at airport retail, spa, dining, and sleeping options at selected airports.

There are three membership plans – Standard, Standard Plus and Prestige. You can select the type of membership you want depending on your needs each is valid for 12 months.

Standard USD$99 (Now only $79): Gives you access to the program only, each lounge visit is then paid on entry.

Standard Plus $299 (Now only $239): Gives you ten free visits per year, after these are used up you can then pay for each additional visit.

Prestige $429 (Now only $343): Gives you unlimited access to lounges for 12 months.

No matter where you are from in the world you can benefit from a Priority Pass membership if you travel regularly. For those who only travel once or twice a year it may not be worth it, see if it suits your needs first.

All prices are quoted in USD, but will revert to your local currency if not from the USA and it will apply the discount too.

SPECIAL 25% OFF FOR INFLIGHT FEED READERS

Receive 25% off your yearly membership fee by simply clicking on one of the banners or follow the instructions below.

1- Click here
2- Select the membership type that suits you best (Standard, Standard Plus or Prestige).
3- Fill in your personal details and make payment.
Enjoy!

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