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Free Lunch for Delta Medallions in NYC at New JFK T4 Pop-Up In Soho

by on May 2, 2013 · 6 comments

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TPG Intern Ryan got an advance look at Delta’s new JFK Terminal 4 opening later this month by visiting Delta’s pop-up store in Soho yesterday. Here’s what travelers can expect when the terminal at the airport opens on the 24th.

In anticipation of its new state-of-the-art Terminal 4 opening at JFK on May 24, Delta has set up a pop up store in SoHo called T4X. The space is open to the public so they can preview the state-of-the-art features of the new terminal, before it officially opens, so if you find yourself in the area be sure to stop on by to check out what’s in store for you on your next Delta flight out of JFK.

The Delta T4x shop is on W. Broadway and Broome St. in SoHo.

The Delta T4X store is on West Broadway and Broome St. in SoHo.

T4X is open Tuesdays – Sundays, May 1-22, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., in SoHo, at 376 West Broadway at Broome Street and the public is welcome to check out the airline’s signature terminal enhancements including:

  • The Delta Sky Priority check-in process
  • The new flagship Delta Sky Club
  • The Sky Deck at Delta Sky Club – this is a preview version of the outdoor terrace the airline will be opening
The 2nd floor features a mock Delta Sky Club.

The 2nd floor features a mock Delta Sky Club.

On the 2nd floor of T4X, there is a Delta Sky Club where guests can relax, access free WiFi and recharge their devices, as well as a mock version of the SkyDeck, which even has aircraft take-off sounds piped in, to really make you feel like you are at the airport. It’s pretty fun, and a good, whimsical spot to hang out on a sunny NYC day.

There's a cool Delta vending machine on the first floor.

There’s a cool Delta vending machine on the first floor.

On the first floor, after the Sky Priority check-in, there is a large vending machine which has both complimentary and for-purchase items. The complimentary items include passport holders, luggage tags and water bottles, while those for purchase include Beats headphones, iPhone cases and amenity bags.

Delta is giving away free lunches to Medallion members this week.

Delta is giving away free lunches to Medallion members this week.

T4X is also serving a daily luch for $4 that includes a sandwich or salad and soft drink or bottled water. This week only, lunch is complimentary for Medallion members, so be sure to bring your Medallion card. The meals are meant to be inspired by the international destinations that Delta services via JFK including London, Rome, Istanbul, and Athens. Some of the dishes are even created by Chef Michelle Bernstein whose meals are offered on Delta’s international BusinessElite service.

Delta suitcase style lunch boxes.

Delta suitcase-style lunchboxes.

Once you order your lunch, it will come out on a baggage claim style conveyor belt in a mini Delta suitcase. It’s a cute touch and one that created more than a little buzz with the other folks that were checking out T4X.

Sky Priority Check-In.

Sky Priority Check-In.

Visitors to T4X can also take a closer look at JFK Terminal 4 with a unique interactive digital 3-D model of the terminal. When you wave your hand over select areas of the model, information, images and video about the terminal are displayed onto the structure via video projection.

Delta Sky Club Bar at T4x.

Delta Sky Club Bar at T4X.

There will also be a variety of other great giveaways including Yankees tickets and Shake Shack Days as well as a trip giveaway at the closing party on May 23. There are also ticket agents who are able to help you with any of your upcoming trips such as changing seats, or checking-in for a flight.

Here's a list of all the events and giveaways this month at T4x.

Here’s a list of all the events and giveaways this month at T4X.

As a recap, the new Terminal 4, which is supposed to open in May, will feature:

  • Improved and renovated check-in areas, featuring more kiosks to better assist you
  • A dedicated Delta Sky Priority check-in area, adjacent to security
  • 12 centralized security lanes for more efficient screening
  • New shops and restaurants, which will be accessible after you pass through security
  • A new flagship Delta Sky Club, the largest in our system
  • Nine new gates and seven renovated gates in T4′s Concourse B
  • Added U.S. Customs & Border Protection inspection booths to better facilitate international travel
  • Dual taxiways for less congestion and shorter taxi times
  • Improved baggage claim areas with added carousels
  • Plenty to look forward to!

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  • sfobuddy

    Flying to NYC this weekend, might pop in to take a tour.

  • Guest

    What are your thoughts on posting the photos so that when someone clicks on them, they open right-side up?

  • argentco

    I was at the T-4 Pop Up Shop in Soho this morning and received a free passport holder, 2 Yankees tickets for Sunday, and cute boxed lunch. Lunch included sandwiches and small packs of pretzels and Biscoff cookies along with your choice of drink. As a medallion, lunch is complimentary todau and tomorrow, but for $4 a piece I purchased the other 3 selections just to try them all. I was told there was a prize in one box but alas not in mine. Upstairs is a lounge with a DJ. It is a replica of the T 4 lounge and looks quite comfortable. They give boxes of mints but I don’t think they have any cocktails. Probably a legal issue. If on West Broadway it is certainly worth a stop in, if only for the preview of the lounge and free stuff.

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  • Veronica

    The prize is two round trip tickets domestic if you are lucky enough to get one in your box

  • Ishmael

    what are your thoughts on passive-aggressive comments?

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