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Did you know that with a few steps and an Ink Plus® Business Card or an Ink Bold® Business Card from Chase you can have access to over 350 airport lounges around the world for free for your first two visits?
The LOUNGE CLUBTM membership comes with Chase Ink and Chase Bold credit cards and the membership is complimentary for as long as you are a cardmember. A few simple steps and you’ll be signed up for a membership and can start enjoying lounges around the world. After your first two visits you will incur a $27 per person charge.
After your first two complimentary visits to participating lounges, you will be charged a fee of US$27 per person, per visit for you and any accompanying guest(s). Please note, the first two complimentary visits may apply to members and/or an accompanying guest.
This means you can access some nice Business Class lounges around the world. For example, in Los Angeles you could access the Korean Airlines Business Class lounge, The Air France Business Class lounge, the Relax lounge, or the Alaska Airlines Boardroom, just because you have the Ink Plus® Business Card or Ink Bold® Business Card.
Signup Online For Chase Lounge Club Card
Step 1. Enter Invitation Code To Enroll Your Card
First go to Lounge Program Enrollment Website. You’ll be prompted to enter an invitation code which is “ChaseInk”.
Step 2. Enter Your Personal Information
Enter your personal information and card details.
Step 3. Submit your application
Wait 10 to 14 days to receive your Lounge Club membership materials.
If you are getting one of these cards, or already have one, don’t forget to sign up for the Lounge Club program so you can enjoy complimentary membership to the Lounge Club and two free visits to any of the 350 club lounges around the world.
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