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Priority Pass has added support for digital membership cards for Chase-sponsored Priority Pass Select memberships.
If you've got a priority pass membership through the Chase Sapphire Reserve® or The Ritz-Carlton Rewards® Credit Card and have been frustrated that you needed to carry a card with you at all times, you're in luck. However, don't ditch the physical card so fast!
How It Works
The process for obtaining your digital card is relatively easy; all you need to do is as follows:
- Head over to the Chase Priority Pass Digital Membership Card registration page
- Enter your Priority Pass membership number and expiry date
- You'll then be prompted to create an online account Once you have entered your details, you will be able to see the card online along with download the digital card to your Priority Pass app.
Not All Lounges Accept Digital Cards
An important point to remember is that not all Priority Pass lounges accept a digital membership card. Also, every once in a while you might go to a lounge having some tech problems. Our recommendation is to take a picture of the front/back of your card and keep a copy on your phone, even if you normally travel with a card, just to have a backup.
Amex and Citi-sponsored Priority Pass memberships have supported digital membership cards, but until now Chase-sponsored ones have been a physical card only. If you're like us, your wallet is probably full of enough plastic and being able to take one less card is a win.
Just remember to have a backup of some form in case you misplace your card or for some reason the lounge in question doesn't take a digital membership.
We're glad to see Priority Pass extend digital membership cards to the Chase Sapphire Reserve® and The Ritz-Carlton Rewards® Credit Card, so they're now in-line with other premium credit cards that offer Priority Pass membership. While Priority Pass membership is mainly focused on lounge access, the program has much more to offer from sleep pods in airports to dining experiences.
Source: The Points Guy
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