Priority Pass offers access to over 1,000 independent airport lounges worldwide, and many premium credit cards come with a Priority Pass membership as a cardmember benefit.
With AmEx’s expansion of their popular Centurion Lounges, Priority Pass has been making positive additions to their lounge network including Minute Suites for travelers needing a quick nap at ATL/PHL/DEN, and a plethora of new restaurant options that allow members to enjoy a full service meal such as Bobby Vans Steakhouse and Timberline Steaks & Grill at DEN.
Today, Priority Pass rolled out another enhancement – Priority Pass Offer, which allows members to take advantage of over 800 offers in 146 airports worldwide across 32 countries. The offers can be redeemed for a variety of dining, spa and retail discounts, plus many other airport services.
The offers are not just limited to percentage off or fixed-price – there are also options for complimentary add-on services, as well as free gifts with certain purchases.
First, you’ll have to set up an online account on the Priority Pass website. You’ll need to enter your membership number and 4-digit pin number that was mailed to you when you received your card. If you don’t have that number, you can call membership services to retrieve it (it was a 90-second phone call for me).
You can view offers online or through the app by typing in the airport, and then click the offer and generate a code.
When you redeem, you’ll have to let the participating merchant know you are a Priority Pass customer and present the offer code to the merchant at the point of sale/cash register to activate the savings.
Once you’ve generated an offer code, it will remain in your online Priority Pass “active offers” web account for 3 days. When you navigate away from your offer code within the app, you will need to regenerate the offer code in order to redeem it.
Standard offers include 10% savings at Duty Free Shops and a number of retailers. There’s also many offers for an extra 5 minutes of massage at Xpress Spa.
Here is a sample of offers available at JFK in Terminal 7:
And here are some retail offers at MIA Terminal H:
It’s nice to see that the Priority Pass lounge network is continuously expanding and improving, making the membership more valuable for travelers. While I am not going to go out of my way to redeem these offers, it’s good to know that there’s a way to save 10% if I’m ever in a position where I need to purchase a last-minute charger, gift, or snack at the airport.
What are your thoughts about Priority Pass offers?