Priority Pass Adds Participating Restaurants in Indianapolis and Greenville

Jul 28, 2018

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Don’t look now, but your Priority Pass membership just got even more valuable with two new lounges at Indianapolis International Airport (IND) and Greenville–Spartanburg International Airport (GSP).

In recent months, Priority Pass has become quite creative with its expansion. Rather than partnering with airport lounges to provide respite to weary travelers, they’ve begun to partner with airport eateries. For the million milers in attendance who have consumed a positively embarrassing amount of dated carrots and processed cheese, this news is welcome.

The Fan Zone, located in Concourse B near Gate 17 at Indianapolis International Airport, is available from 8am until the “last scheduled flight departure.” It serves “starters such as pretzel and pizza sticks, hot deli sandwiches served on croissant rolls, and local craft beers on tap.” Priority Pass cardholders can use their lounge visit entitlement to receive $28 off the bill, and if your membership includes guests, your total discount will multiple accordingly.

RJ Rockers Flight Room, positioned opposite Gate B3 in Concourse B at Greenville–Spartanburg International Airport, is open from 3:30am until the last flight departs. RJ Rockers is a “full service restaurant featuring local craft beers and a menu inspired by the brewery’s unique flavors and pairings.” The same discount structure as mentioned above applies here as well.

With these restaurants added, there are now 15 Priority Pass restaurants in the US. Each of these offer members $28 per guest in food and drink:

In addition to restaurants, you can get $28 per guest in booze at House Spirits Distillery in Portland (PDX).

(Oh, and one note: Remember that paying via Priority Pass doesn’t include a tip for waitstaff, so be sure to bring an appropriate amount of greenbacks to cover that side of things.)

If you aren’t up for spending $99 or more for standalone Priority Pass access, you can snag a Priority Pass Select membership with a slew of outstanding credit cards, including the Chase Sapphire Reserve, The Platinum Card® from American Express, Citi Prestige, and Hilton Honors Aspire Card from American Express.

You’ll also want to check out our in-depth guide for maximizing use of the Priority Pass program.

H/T: Boarding Area

Featured image courtesy of RJ Rockers Brewing Company.

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