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Priority Pass has announced a new addition to its lounge network in Miami; The Corona Beach House. The new addition brings the number of Priority Pass “lounges” at Miami FL International MIA to 4 lounges, although The Corona Beach House will be the only one located in the D concourse.
The Corona Beach House – Details
- Location: D Concourse between gates D23 and D24 is not a lounge, but what you get instead as a Priority Pass member is $30 worth of food/beverage credit to use in the restaurant.
- Cardholders can use their lounge visit entitlement to receive US$30 off the bill. Each US$30 deduction represents a single lounge visit within the Cardholder’s existing lounge visit allocation for which the Cardholder will, where applicable, be charged. E.g. if a Cardholder registers 1 Guest they will receive US$60 off their bill which will be charged as 1 Cardholder visit + 1 Guest visit on their account.
The US$30 is valid for the purchase of any meal and/or drinks. To be eligible, Cardholders must present a valid card before placing an order.
US$30 is non-transferable & cannot be exchanged for cash substitute or refund if the final bill is lower than US$30 per person.
Cardholder is responsible for the balance if total final bill exceeds US$30 per person. Any remaining balance cannot be used towards gratuity.
Credit Cards with Complimentary Priority Pass Membership
|Credit Card||Complimentary Cardholder Access||Number of Free Guests||Digital Priority Pass Card||Card Annual Fee||Authorized User Lounge Access||Authorized User Fee|
|Chase Sapphire Reserve®||Unlimited lounge access||2 guests||Yes||$450||Yes||$75|
|The Ritz-Carlton Rewards® Credit Card||Unlimited lounge access||2 guests||Yes||$450||Yes||$0|
|The Platinum Card® from American Express||Unlimited lounge access - No F&B credits at non-lounge restaurants, bars, and eateries (Terms Apply)||2 guests||Yes||$550 - Rates & Fees||Yes||$175 total for first 3 AU's then $175 each - Rates & Fees|
|The Business Platinum® Card from American Express||Unlimited lounge access - No F&B credits at non-lounge restaurants, bars, and eateries (Terms Apply)||2 guests||Yes||$595 - Rates & Fees||Yes||$300 - Rates & Fees|
|Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card||Unlimited lounge access||2 guests||Yes||$450||No||$0
|Citi Prestige® Card||Unlimited lounge access||2 guests or immediate family||Yes||$495||Yes||$50|
|Crystal® Visa Infinite® Credit Card||Unlimited lounge access||No limit - Lounges can limit the number of guests at their discretion||Yes||$400||Can gift access to one other person - doesn't have to be AU|
|Hilton Honors American Express Surpass® Card||10x free passes then $27 per person (Terms Apply)||$27 per guest||Yes||$95 - Rates & Fees||No||N/A - Rates & Fees|
|U.S. Bank Altitude™ Reserve Visa Infinite® Card||4x free passes then $27 per visit||1 guest free for first 4 visits, then $27 per visit||No||$400||No||$75|
This is good news for Priority Pass members since it is the first lounge to be accessible on the D concourse, which is the one used by American Airlines. Even though the lounge is not a full-service lounge, it is still better than nothing, and at $30 credit per person is pretty good value even at an airport. Bring your friends!
Source: One Mile At A Time
For rates and fees of the cards mentioned in this post, please visit the following links: Hilton Honors American Express Surpass® Card (Rates & Fees), The Business Platinum® Card from American Express (Rates & Fees), and The Platinum Card® from American Express (Rates & Fees)
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