Free Lounge Access with LoungeBuddy When You Pay with Visa

Aug 3, 2016

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Airport lounges are the best way to relax, get work done or simply avoid crowded terminals before a flight. LoungeBuddy is a service that connects passengers to lounges all over the world that can be accessed for a fee (per visit). LoungeBuddy has teamed up with Visa to give passengers $40 off a one-time lounge pass to any lounge that LoungeBuddy sells access to —in many cases this will make the pass free. To redeem this discount, simply select the lounge you’d like to visit and pay with any Visa card — the discount will be applied automatically.

This promotion is great for those who don’t already have airport lounge access through elite status or through services like Priority Pass, which comes free with the Citi Prestige card and the Platinum Card from American Express. You can access any of LoungeBuddy’s wide range of lounges — from the Hawaiian Airlines Plumeria Lounge in Honolulu (HNL) to the Plaza Premium Lounge in Siem Reap, Cambodia (REP).

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Get access to the No1 Gatwick South Terminal Lounge for (almost) free. Image courtesy of LoungeBuddy.

Note that you can only purchase one pass per customer, and the offer is only available through this promotional page — not through LoungeBuddy’s mobile app. You must purchase your pass by October 31 (or while supplies last) to receive the discount.

Featured image courtesy of the LoungeBuddy Blog.

 

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