Amex Priority Pass Cards Losing Non-Lounge Access Privileges

American Express has announced that Priority Pass Select memberships associated with its cards will no longer be eligible to access Priority Pass Non-Lounge facilities. This change takes effect on August 1, 2019, and will eliminate the option to visit Priority Pass restaurants. Fortunately, Priority Pass cards linked to Citi and Chase credit cards are not affected.

Priority Pass Adds Rock & Brews At LAX

Priority Pass has announced the addition of Rock & Brews at Los Angeles LAX Terminal 1 to its network of lounges and restaurants. The move is good news for Priority Pass members at LAX since two recently added restaurants have either left the program or are in the process of leaving after a short stay.

Priority Pass Adds P.F. Chang’s at LAX TBIT

Priority Pass has recently added P.F. Chang’s At LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal to its network. This makes P.F. Chang’s the first Priority Pass restaurant in the terminal and joins the KAL lounge as the second Priority Pass establishment at the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX.

Priority Pass Increases the Price of Lounge Visits (Amex Only) – Doesn’t Matter!

Priority Pass announced in an email to members that the price of chargeable lounge visits through their Priority Pass membership associated with their American Express card is increasing to $32 per visit as of October 1, 2018. This represents an 18.5% increase on the current cost of a lounge visit of $27. That said, this, in theory, is a non-issue for many people. This is only an issue if you exceed the complimentary guest benefit of your card.

Priority Pass Adds Two Restaurants At SFO Terminal 3

The conveyor belt of restaurants joining the Priority Pass network continues with the announcement of two new restaurants at San Francisco/SFO. Priority Pass members can now use their membership at the San Francisco Giants Clubhouse and Yankee Pier. Both restaurants are located in Terminal 3 and are the first Priority Pass establishments in the terminal.