Priority Pass Adds Corona Beach House at MIA to Its Network; Members Get a $30 Credit

Sep 28, 2017

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One of the biggest perks of Priority Pass is the more than 1,000 lounges in its portfolio around the world. Now, it’s continuing its non-traditional lounge expansion by adding the Corona Beach House in Miami International Airport (MIA) to its network.

The Corona Beach House in MIA’s Terminal D began accepting Priority Pass memberships on Monday, September 25. A TPG reader tipped us off to the addition to the Priority Pass lounge network, and it’s offering some pretty generous savings for members.

Priority Pass members will receive $30 off the total bill at the end of your visit. The $30 can be used toward anything — food or drink. Not only that, but Priority Pass members can bring guests into the restaurant as well, and each guest will get the same $30 discount. A Corona Beach House employee said that there is no limit to how many guests a Priority Pass member can bring into the restaurant.

If you’re yet a member of the lounge network, there are several premium credit cards that will give you complimentary membership — often with annual fees cheaper than buying a membership outright. Some of these cards include the Platinum Card from American Express, Business Platinum Card® from American Express, Chase Sapphire Reserve Card and more. If you’re a member and are traveling through MIA’s Terminal D anytime in the near future, you’ll definitely want to stop by and make use of that $30 credit for a meal or drinks before a flight.

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