The Priority Pass Black Friday deals are here again but, just as we saw last year, you'll have to be careful which deal you choose to go for as the headline Black Friday deal is not the best deal for all membership levels. If you know where to look (and I'll show you), you'll find that there are two other very good deals on offer that beat the Black Friday sale that Priority Pass is currently promoting.
It's probably not an exaggeration to suggest that the number of people buying Priority Pass memberships has plummeted in recent months while a lot of people remain grounded and unable to travel. That's why it's not much of a surprise to see Priority Pass offering some interesting deals which, on a price per month basis, are better than any other Priority Pass deal I've seen in the past few years...and that includes last year's Black Friday sale.
With more and more people returning to the skies, Priority Pass has now published details of the guidance it is issuing to the lounges in its network as it tries to ensure that the necessary steps are taken to keep staff and passengers safe. I've republished the details below and, in some instances, added my own comments alongside them in bold.
Some links to products and travel providers on this website will earn Traveling For Miles a commission that helps contribute to the running of...
Over the past few years Priority Pass has been adding airport restaurants to its portfolio in locations where it has found it challenging to get access to more lounge space and, at these restaurants, Priority Pass members can use their lounge visit entitlement to receive a cash amount towards any food or drinks they purchase.
Ok, I'm not sure why this is possible but select links to the Priority Pass membership pages are still offering the 2019 Black Friday pricing for all levels of membership. With discounts of between 20% and 40% on offer, this may be a good time to check if a Priority Pass membership makes sense for you.
London Heathrow Terminal 3 is home to most of the oneworld airlines (American Airlines, Qantas, JAL, Cathay Pacific, etc...) as well as to airlines such as Delta, Virgin Atlantic, and Emirates....and it's even the terminal that British Airways uses for the flights that it can't fit into its T5 home.
Priority Pass has launched this year's Black Friday sale a lot earlier than we've seen it launch Black Friday sales in previous years and, as usual, it is offering up to 40% off the cost of annual memberships...but you'll have to be a little careful if you're to get the very best deal on the top-tier membership option.
LAX has seen its fair share of Priority Pass restaurant dramas in the past year with Campanile (T4) joining and then leaving the program in the space of two weeks and Barney's Beanery (T2) deciding that enough was enough last November. Now there are strong rumors that another LAX restaurant is about to jump off the Priority Pass ship.
I’ve just flown over to Europe from Washington DC and because I was flying with Virgin Atlantic (with whom I have no status) and because I wasn’t flying in Business Class I didn’t have access to the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at Dulles.