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Priority Pass has added their latest restaurant to their collection, which is Rock & Brews at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) located at Terminal 1, home to Southwest Airlines. Additionally, we shared how Priority Pass Adds P.F.Chang’s Restaurant at LAX’s Tom Bradley International Terminal.
It’s nice to see Priority Pass expanding the lounges in their program, which means more lounges for cardholders of The Platinum Card from American Express or The Business Platinum Card from American Express, and the Chase Sapphire Reserve.
Conditions: Cardholders can use their lounge visit entitlement to receive US$28 off the bill. Each US$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 US$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.
Additional Information: The US$28 is valid for the purchase of any meal and/or drinks excluding ‘To-Go Orders’ and ‘Grab and Go’. To be eligible, Cardholders must present a valid Card and Boarding Pass with confirmed same-day travel before placing an order. 3. US$28 is non-transferable & cannot be exchanged for cash substitute or refund if the final bill is lower than US$28 per person. 4. Cardholder is responsible for the balance if total final bill exceeds US$28 per person. Any remaining balance cannot be used towards gratuity. 5. Priority Pass and its Affiliates Companies shall not be liable should the offer value be less than Customers lounge visit entitlement. Customers who pay for lounge and guest visits are advised to review program Conditions of Use prior to accessing the offer.
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