UK Priority Pass Deal Extended – Get Up To 40% Off Membership Through Friday

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The Black Friday Priority Pass deal for those of us based in the US ended on 1 December but for those of you over in the UK the promotion has been extended so it’s still going strong.

Through 11:59pm on Friday 8 December you can get 40% off the “Standard” Priority Pass membership or 25% off either the “Standard Plus” or “Prestige” membership options.

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Here’s a direct link to the promotion page 

  • Standard Membership – Member pays £15/visit & guest pays £15/visit
  • Standard Plus Membership – Member gets 10 free visits and then pays £15/visit & guest pays £15/visit each time
  • Prestige Membership – Member gets unlimited free visits & guest pays £15/visit each time

What Is Priority Pass?

Priority Pass is the world’s largest independent airport lounge program that gives members access to a large worldwide network of airport lounges for a fee.

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Priority Pass members get access to over 1,000 lounges in over 130 countries and 500 cities and, in the UK, at the last count there were over 40 lounges in the program – so there’s a very good chance that there’s a Priority Pass lounge in an airport near you.

Priority Pass membership is a good way for flyers to give themselves a bit of comfort at the airport without having to pay paying for a premium cabin and without having to fly tens of thousands of miles a year for airline status.

I’ve written in detail about the Priority Pass program here so that may be a good starting point for you if you’d like to know more.

Is Priority Pass Membership For You?

Even if you have airlines status there will be times when Priority Pass can come in very useful….usually when your airline of choice doesn’t have a club/lounge at an airport you’re visiting, when you’re not flying with the airline with which you have status (happens to me when I fly with easyJet and not BA) or when you’re flying as a family and your airline status doesn’t get all of you into the airline’s lounge

a room with couches and tablesNo.1 Lounge Gatwick North

Priority Pass membership can be good value when purchased in the UK as, not only is it slightly cheaper than what is charged in the US (Standard membership is around £3 cheaper, Standard Plus membership is around £20 cheaper and Prestige membership is almost £31 cheaper) but the UK’s major airports are also well represented by good Priority Pass lounges.

I’m not going to claim to be a fan of the Aspire Lounge at London Heathrow Terminal 5 but, if you’re flying Economy Class with British Airways and don’t have status, then at least it gives you a better option that the gate area.

Aspire Lounge Heathrow T5The Aspire Lounge Heathrow Terminal 5

At Heathrow Terminal 3 my preferred Priority Pass lounge is the No. 1 Lounge located above the British Airways lounges and, as lounges go, it’s not bad at all. The food is pretty decent, the staff are friendly and the seating is comfortable.

a bar with bottles and glassesThe bar at the No. 1 Lounge Heathrow Terminal 3

Heathrow’s other terminals also have some pretty good Priority Pass lounges on offer but, if you’re not London-based you probably don’t care đŸ™‚

Liverpool has an Aspire lounge.

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Manchester has 5 Priority Pass lounges spread over its 3 terminals including the Escape Lounge at Terminal 1:

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Birmingham has both and Aspire Lounge and a No. 1 Lounge and just about every other UK airport has a Priority pass Lounge too….some more than one.

Should You Get Membership?

The best way to work out if Priority Pass membership would be any use to you is to see which airports you travel through most often and then check them against the list of available lounges here.

If you regularly pass through an airport (or airports) where Priority Pass has a presence than this Priority Pass Black Friday deal may be for you….just be sure to check that the maths works in your favour (i.e will you get value out of membership).

Here’s a link to the current Black Friday promotion

If you’re not a regular traveler then membership of Priority Pass is probably not for you but, if you travel with any frequency, access to a lounge can be a very nice place to start a vacation or to get some work done before a flight.