Win two passes for the United Club lounge at Heathrow Terminal 2

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A reader has generously given us FIVE United Club lounge passes that he does not need.  This is good news for anyone flying out of Heathrow Terminal 2 before 30th June.

The United Club lounge is easily the best in Terminal 2 – I reviewed it here and here.  In fact, it is probably the best mass-market lounge anywhere in Heathrow.

You do not need to be flying United Airlines in order to use these passes.  Because the United lounge is in the 2B satellite terminal, it helps if you are flying long-haul from Terminal 2 because you are likely to be going from 2B.  If you are flying short-haul then your flight is likely to be from 2A.  You can still use the United Club lounge but you need to factor in 15 minutes each way to walk through the tunnel to and from 2B.

The passes can also be used at any other United Club lounge globally, as long as you use them before 30th June.

If you are interested in winning the passes (UK residents only, as we need to post them) please click here and leave your details in the Gleam widget.  You must say whether you want one or two passes.  Your odds are marginally better if you only ask for one pass since if the first two winners want two, we will keep picking the 3rd winner until we get someone who only wants one.

The deadline is midnight tonight (Wednesday).  Please only enter if you are sure you will have a flight out of Heathrow Terminal 2 by 30th June, otherwise you are depriving another reader.

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Comments

  1. I find the four Radisson hotels very good value for redemption.

  2. O/T – am redeeming my Hilton Free Night voucher at the Waldorf Astoria and also booking an additional night via hotels.com as have a 1-night credit to use up.
    Is it best to book the free night for the first night and the hotels.com night for the second night with the hope they will link the bookings at check-in so I keep any upgrade I’m offered? I’m conscious that I may not get any Hilton Gold benefits for both nights if I book using hotels.com for night 1.

    Mikee

  3. OT – I’ve just hit the £750 spend on the HH visa I managed to bag before they pulled it. I want to book the free night asap in either Washington DC or Boston in August. Will they email me the certificate and how long does this usually take? Will I then have to call them to redeem and is there a UK number for this?

    • I didn’t get an email but saw Barclaycard Free Night Certificate listed on my Hilton Honours account activity page. I just called the main Hilton Number and asked to book using it and they found the certificate number for me.

    • When I hit it, it took about a week to get the email to confirm I had been given it.

      The number to call was an American one, so I rang via Skype to ensure not to be charged an arm and a leg. Once through, they could see the certificate and it’s number on their screen. Whole process took maybe 5-10 mins.

    • The Hilton card has been pulled? When did this happen?

  4. Aftem: Have stayed in most central Cardiff hotels during a distance learning course. The ones that stick in my mind…
    Holiday Inn – could watch Cardiff rugby matches on a Friday night if you got a back room on a high floor, but the hotel was an absolute dump. Bad food.
    Park Plaza – very very nice rooms, and good restaurant, despite the exterior of the building looking like a run-down council block. V. good central location.
    Park Inn – nowhere near as nice as above – don’t be tempted to save money/points trading down from Park Plaza.
    Parc (Thislte) Great location. Pleasant, but not exceptional and a fair bit more expensive than similar options. Portions in restaurant were very stingy.
    Coldra Court (by Celtic Manor). On M4 near Celtic Manor. Used to be a very 3rd rate Hilton – hope they’ve spent some money on it!

    All things being equal, Park Plaza is the best choice.

    • Jon, Thanks for the excellent write-up. Good to read your first-hand experiences.

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