Free Jabbrrbox Workspace Sessions for Some Priority Pass Members Free Jabbrrbox Workspace Sessions for Some Priority Pass Members

Free Jabbrrbox Workspace Sessions for Some Priority Pass Members

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Jabbrrbox first partnered with Priority Pass in 2018. Now, Priority Pass members can get a free session in a Jabbrrbox workstation if they have a paid Priority Pass membership. That means Priority Pass members are excluded if they get a complimentary membership through their credit card.

Here's what you should know about Jabbrrbox sessions available to some Priority Pass members.

Free Jabbrrbox Session for Priority Pass Members

Jabbrrbox (“jabberbox” is slang for a telephone) is a fully functioning workstation with integrated Wi-Fi, cameras, mic and speakers, and USB charging for digital workers. The telephone-box-style room also has A/C and ventilation, mood lighting, and (perhaps best of all) complete soundproofing from the outside environment. The door locks for security but is clear glass, so it's not 100% private.

Jabbrrbox Infographic showing features of a workspace

However, these can be great places for a video call during an airport layover.

There are currently more than 20 Jabbrrbox stations in airports across the U.S., but not all are accessible to Priority Pass members. At present, you'll find Jabbrrbox “lounges” available to Priority Pass members at just five airports:

  • Austin (AUS)
  • New York (JFK)
  • Northwest Arkansas (XNA)
  • Oakland (OAK)
  • Ontario (ONT)

When searching for airport lounges on the Priority Pass website or mobile app, you'll see Jabbrrbox locations listed in the same way as you'd normally find a lounge.

Jabbrrbox Priority Pass NW Arkansas screenshot to show example

Typically, members have to pay a fee to use a Jabbrrbox. Sessions range from 30 minutes to 3 hours. Now, Priority Pass members can get a free 75-minute session with each lounge visit. The session has a value of $37.50.

The caveat is that only paid Priority Pass memberships get access to this offer. Members who get their Priority Pass membership as a benefit from a credit card — such as the Capital One Venture X Rewards Credit Card or Chase Sapphire Reserve® — won't get a free session.

Terms and conditions

  • This offer is only available to those with a paid Priority Pass membership.
  • The Jabbrrbox 75-minute session counts as a single lounge visit, valued at $37.50. Any additional expenses or going over 75 minutes will be billed separately.
  • Only one person per session. In other words: no guests.
  • You will need to scan your boarding pass and digital or physical Priority Pass membership on the Jabbrrbox to gain access.

Our Take

This is an interesting benefit for Priority Pass members under the right circumstances. After all, this counts as a lounge visit and is limited to 75 minutes. It's also only available in certain locations, most of which already have an airport lounge. Additionally, it's only available to those with paid memberships.

Members who get their Priority Pass membership through a credit card benefit may be unhappy that they are not included in this offer. Then again, those who pay for their memberships will probably be happy to find less competition for the single-occupancy Jabbrrbox stations.

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  • Or you can use the one inside the club for free. Of course FCFS so you have to hope no one hogs the space. I’ve used the private workstation space at The Club at MSY and they had 1 or 2 similar phone both/workspaces.