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Groupon offering 50% off a Priority Pass lounge card

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If you have been thinking of purchasing a Priority Pass airport lounge access card, Groupon has a deal running.  You will find it here.

It is a little fiddly.  You pay Groupon £7 to £11 for a voucher. 

The voucher entitles you to:

Groupon Priority Pass deal
  • 50% discount on Standard Membership (usually £69, pay £24 per visit)
  • 50% discount on Standard Membership with first visit included (price not known)
  • 20% discount on Standard Plus Membership with ten visits included, £24 thereafter (usually £229)

The discount is clearly not 50% since you are also paying £7 to £11 for the voucher.  You will make a saving, however.

This is one way of keeping hold of a Priority Pass if you are cancelling your American Express Platinum charge card, which comes with two free Priority Pass cards.  None of the paid versions of Prority Pass are actually as good as the Amex version, oddly, which gives unlimited free visits for the cardholder and a guest.

There have, of course, been a lot of issues over the past 12 months with overcrowding of Priority Pass lounges. This has mainly been a UK issue – in fact mainly a London issue – but it does mean that you may need to factor in an additional £6 per person reservation fee to use your pass at Heathrow or Gatwick.

The Groupon link is here.

Comments (50)

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  • Phil says:

    I cancelled my PP having been denied entry to so many lounges due to them being at capacity. The inability to pre-book really lets it down. The DragonPass that comes with Barclays Premier banking is much better

  • E4 Traveller says:

    I got rid of my Priority Pass when the blighters refused to freeze the membership I had just taken out when Covid struck.

    Thankfully I have just made Silver with BA, so PP is irrelevant to me. I would hate to be in a queue for a subpar Aspire and have that chavvy family from the On The Beach advert bypass me.

  • Shane Buckeridge says:

    Livingsocial are doing a £5 offer for 50% off PP membership just now!

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