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We have teamed up with Priority Pass, the lounge membership program, to give away Standard Plus annual memberships to five lucky Head for Points readers.

Priority Pass is a global airport lounge programme which allows you to access over 1,300 lounge and airport experiences, such as restaurants and sleep pods, across the world, irrespective of your airline status or ticket type.

Priority Pass competition

Priority Pass is currently offering steep discounts on its Standard and Standard Plus memberships until 31st August:

  • £34 (normally £69) to join the ‘pay as you go’ Standard plan – you are charged £20 per lounge visit
  • £122 (normally £189) for the ’10 visits included’ Standard Plus plan, with guests or additional visits costing £20

These represent savings of up to 50% and are the biggest discounts Priority Pass has ever offered, including previous Black Friday sales.

You can get the special Priority Pass pricing here.

Win lounge memberships with Head for Points!

You can win one of five Standard Plus memberships via the Head for Points Instagram page.

Each membership allows you to make 10 free lounge visits without any further payment.

After your 10 free lounge visits, any further visits cost just £20.

Lounge passes are valid for access to the lounge and standard amenities. Additional items, such as premium alcohol, may be chargeable.

How to enter the competition

We are running the prize draw on Instagram.

To enter, you need to:

Both competitions close on Friday at 23.59 London time.

The competition is limited to one entry per person. Good luck!

Priority Pass competition

Competition terms and conditions

  1. Prize is a Priority Pass Standard Plus annual membership.
  2. Five (5) prizes are available.
  3. Before Standard Plus membership can be issued the winners must complete an online application form and provide credit card details to cover guest visits and member visits over the 10 free visits included.
  4. The prize must be claimed within 3-months of the competition closing date.
  5. The prize must be taken as stated and no compensation will be payable if a winner is unable to use the prize as stated.
  6. Compliance with any health or other government requirements due to the current pandemic is the responsibility of the winner. It is the responsibility of the winner to enquire about local issues and conditions before redemption.
  7. No purchase necessary.
  8. Entry is open to aged 18 years and over and must be a resident of the United Kingdom.
  9. This prize draw is not open to employees of Collinson.
  10. The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is available. 
  11. Only one entry per person.
  12. The closing date for entries is midnight UK time on 20th August 2021. The organisers cannot accept responsibility for late or lost entries. Entry cannot be accepted if all details are not provided.
  13. The prize winners will be drawn at random from those entrants whose entries have reached Head for Points by the closing date.
  14. The winners will be notified by email within 7 days of closing. If the prize is unclaimed by the initial winners drawn within fourteen days (14) days, further draws will take place. Head for Points’ decision regarding selection of winners is final and there will be no further correspondence.
  15. By entering the Head for Points prize draw, the winner/s agree to their name published on the Head for Points website.
  16. Any breach of these terms and conditions by an entrant will void their entry. Misrepresentative or fraudulent entries will invalidate an entry.
  17. Head for Points reserve the right at any time to cancel, modify or supersede the competition (including altering prizes at an equivalent value) if, in Head for Points’ sole discretion, a prize draw is not capable of being conducted as specified.
  18. These terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
  19. The prize draw promoter is Head for Points

Comments (28)

  • Harrier25 says:

    After using your free Preferred Rewards Gold Amex lounge pass aren’t all other visits changed at £20 for you and a partner, or have I got that completely wrong?

  • BJ says:

    How come prizes in competitions here and elsewhere are normally nontransferable? I don’t get the big deal about this. Not entering this one as I would be very unlikely to get value from it whilst many others could, but it’s disappointing we cannot enter competitions and gift any winnings to another if we wish. Good to see competitions returning to HfP in notable numbers with decent prizes.

    • Rob says:

      If the prizes were transferable then people could enter 50 times using different names and say they wanted the prize gifting to person behind all 50 entries ….

      • BJ says:

        Thanks. I might take some liberties with the loyalty game but the thought of doing that in competitions wouldn’t even cross my mind.

  • Pawel says:

    Priority Pass is useless at LHR T2 now and in future it will not change…

    • Rob says:

      Not true – with a standard PP, like the one you can win here, you can get £15 credit in the new bar / restaurant that just opened. The Amex PP’s are useless, I admit.

  • ChrisW says:

    Good luck using the passes! Lol.

  • IanM says:

    How come instagram only, which I do not use and am not opening and account and passing my details to just for this competition.

    • AFKAE says:

      Same for me.

    • Danny says:

      You don’t have to enter.

      • CarpalTravel says:

        That doesn’t answer the question though, does it.

        I have to let many competitions pass on by (outside of HFP) simply because I don’t want or have a Facebook account.

        • Stu N says:

          Instagram is a different demographic to Facebook so benefits in building following there. More Rhys’s age group than Rob’s.

          Plus, HfP insta is not much short of 10k followers on Insta. Like/share/follow is classic way of building followers. Once above 10k followers you can put direct links in posts and a few other things accounts with fewer followers can’t do.

          Anything I’ve missed??? 😉

  • Yorkieflyer says:

    What is this instogram of which you speak ?

    • Hbommie says:

      I believe it’s very much like an Instant gramophone. Very popular with the younger crowd.

      • Tony1 says:

        I shall ask my man to investigate. This new fangled stuff is quite extraordinary.

  • Vish says:

    If I join PP using the standard plus for £122, do all my 10 free visits have to be made within 1 year of purchase?

  • stephen ward says:

    Don’t do Instagram, shame you have restricted access to entry in this way!

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