Priority Pass Now Lets You Access Gameway Lounges
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Gameway announced Thursday that Priority Pass members will now have access to its video game lounges in the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW).
Gameway lounges are a relatively new addition to DFW. While it’s not the “luxe” experience you’ll find in a Centurion Lounge, the gaming lounges definitely serve up some quality, entertainment to pass the time. Located in terminals B and E, the lounges provide travelers with a variety of games (think Fortnite, Call of Duty WWII and Minecraft) on Xbox Ones as well as snacks, drinks and comfortable seating.
Gameway’s usual offer is $11 for 30 minutes of play, $20 for an hour, $35 for two hours and $45 for unlimited. And now, Priority Pass holders can join in on the fun with two hours of gaming, two snacks and one drink included, “All with the swipe of the sweet black and gold baby,” Gameway tweeted. Pass members will also eventually get a “VIP experience” — but details on what that entails are still to come.
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