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Priority Pass continues to expand its offering in the US in the form of restaurants instead on lounges. Johnny Rockets at Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR) has been added to the Priority Pass network.

The restaurant is located post-security in Concourse B and is open from 10:30am through the last flight departure, although Priority Pass says it’s only open until 7:00pm. Air Canada, Allegiant, American, Delta, JetBlue and United all operate flights to Syracuse.

Not only do cardholders receive a $28 credit when dining at the burger joint, but each guest they bring gets a $28 credit too. Most credit cards that offer a Priority Pass membership include guest privileges.

Similar to restaurants TPG contributors have reviewed in Portland (PDX) and Sydney (SYD), this new addition can get you some solid value out of your Priority Pass membership.

You’ll need to show a boarding pass that shows a same-day outbound flight to be eligible for the credit so you won’t be able to eat for free upon arrival.

Just in the last few months, Priority Pass has added four US restaurants with two in Miami (MIA), one in Cleveland (CLE) and another in New York (JFK).

Credit cards that offer a complimentary Priority Pass membership include:

H/T: Doctor of Credit

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