Priority Pass Lounge Review: The Lounge at BOS


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The Lounge at Boston-Logan International Airport is located post-security in Terminal C across from Gate C19 and is a Priority Pass lounge, meaning that’d I’d be able to access with my Priority Pass Select Membership, which is a benefit of my Platinum Card from American Express. Terminal C is home to JetBlue Airways, so this is convenient if you’re flying them.

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The lounge is open from 6:00 am – 11:00 pm daily, and had several agents at the check-in desk.

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Snack selection was decent consisting of sandwiches and veggies

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There were also an assortment of chips

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Two hot soups and rolls were offered
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As well as several snacks, bottled water and sodas

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Plenty of seating areas to get some work done or have a snack.

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The lounge also had a small bar, that was attended

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How To Get Access:

You can gain access to Priority Pass Select, which will get you lounge access here for free by being a cardholder of The Platinum Card® from American Express or The Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN or by paying the $40 entry fee for a day pass. In addition, this is part of Lounge Club, which offers complimentary lounge access as well.

Overall this is a decent lounge option for Priority Pass members, in BOS, if you’re flying JetBlue.

Have you been to The Lounge at BOS before? Feel free to share your thoughts below!

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Comments

  1. Great timing, I tried The Lounge for the firs time last night. Space wise, I thought it was a step below AAs lounge due to its small size. However, the bar was superior with far more complimentary options. Food was also a step up although nothing special. Seating was a problem since I was in there right before the 9pm flight to Dublin departed. However, once that flight was called, the lounge emptied out. I imagine that the lounge is pretty empty except for the hours preceding the Emirates and Air Lingus departures.

  2. Unfortunately from what I understand, there’s no airside transfer between the terminals. So I was flying out of BOS with United in Terminal B and could not use the lounge. Please correct me if I am mistaken on this?

  3. Ive been turned away from this lounge twice in 2 weeks. First time flying domestic with Jetblue, second time tap Portugal international. I am a priority pass member this is a priority pass lounge. They said they reserved the empty seats in the lounge, which were numerous as I could see, for business class fliers. Seems a bit ridiculous to me. Very frustrating.

  4. They didn’t let any Priority Pass members enter the lounge because the seats were reserved for Air Lingus business class members. It was 2pm and they said the seats were reserved until 5pm. There were literally over 20 empty seats but they wouldn’t let us in. We asked if we could grab a snack real quick and leave as soon as the business class people came, but they still refused. They started belittling us by saying “Here’s how the math works, there are 25 seats and there are 30 business class passengers coming, there is no room for Priority Pass members”. I have a doctorate degree, I understand math thank you. The math is that there are over 20 empty seats and you won’t let us in for a few minutes!

  5. god forbid you use the lounge in terminal E. Its like a shoebox and the staff are not very will trained.

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