Priority Pass Adds Restaurant At Indianapolis Intl

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It’s nice to see Priority Pass expanding the lounges in their program, which means more lounges for The Platinum Card® from American Express (or The Business Platinum Card® from American Expresscardholders like myself to benefit from. Priority Pass has consistently been adding restaurants which is pretty sweet! Most recently, they added BARNEY’S BEANERY, Los Angeles CA – LAX Intl (Terminal 2).

Up next, THE FAN ZONE, Indianapolis IN Intl (Concourse B)

Priority Pass Adds Restaurant At Indianapolis Intl

Priority Pass Adds Restaurant At Indianapolis Intl

The Deal

Location

Airside – after Security, turn left and The Fan Zone is located at end of Concourse B near Gate B17. Please note that the restaurant may exceed their seating limit at certain times of the day & access to the restaurant is at their sole discretion.

Opening Hours

08:00 to last scheduled flight departure. The Fan Zone offers starters such as pretzel and pizza sticks, hot deli sandwiches served on croissant rolls, and local craft beers on tap.

Conditions

1. Cardholders can use their lounge visit entitlement to receive USD$28 off the bill. Each USD$28 deduction represents a single lounge visit within the Cardholder’s existing lounge visit allocation for which the Cardholder will, where applicable, be charged. E.g. if a Cardholder registers 1 Guest they will receive USD$56 off their bill which will be charged as 1 Cardholder visit + 1 Guest visit on their account. Only 1 Card per visit per Cardholder will be accepted and at point of registration.

How To Enroll for Priority Pass Select Access with Amex Platinum card:

Key Links: The Platinum Card® from American Express or The Business Platinum Card® from American Express

  • More International Access – over 600 airport lounges in 100 countries
  • Access available regardless of which carrier or class you are flying
  • You may now bring two guests with you complimentary
  • To gain admission, simply present your Priority Pass Select Card and airline ticket. (Please note that unlike Platinum Card Access admission, you will need to enroll in Priority Pass Select to gain admission.)

Other Ways To Access

You can gain access to Priority Pass lounges with other cards as well, like the Citi Prestige and the Chase Sapphire Reserve –  Learn More Here.

Images Courtesy Priority Pass

More Priority Pass Restaurant Lounges

Bottom Line

You can gain access to Priority Pass Select for free by being a cardholder of The Platinum Card® from American Express or The Business Platinum Card® from American Express . Remember that you need to ask Amex to register you for Priority Pass after you receive your card. This is just another great benefit of Amex Platinum card.

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Comments

  1. I noticed this the other day when I was poking around the Priority Pass website. I was surprised I hadn’t seen any blogs cover it.

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