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Priority Pass Black Friday 2022 deals

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Priority Pass is a great lounge scheme if you travel on a variety of different routes and airlines throughout the year. And if you’ve been considering a Priority Pass membership for a while, Black Friday is a good time to get it at a discounted price you can only dream of the rest of the year.

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10% discount on annual passes with this link

Get 10% off when you purchase a Standard, Standard Plus or Prestige annual pass from Priority Pass.

Priority Pass Black Friday deals: what do you get?

If you’d like to travel with a bit of class, but believed airport lounges are only for the rich and famous – think again. Lounge membership programme Priority Pass is offering huge discounts for Black Friday. Check out our top offers for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

You could be part of the exclusive Priority Pass club and enjoy independent airport lounge access worldwide. As a member, you can access 1,200 lounges across 500 cities in 140 countries. Within the UK, there are 46 lounges in 28 airports across 23 cities. As a Priority Pass member, you can enjoy the comfort of relaxing in independent and some airline lounges simply by flashing your card. You can also take advantage of up to 800 dining, spa and retail discounts when you travel.

Most Priority Pass lounges offer drinks and snacks, free Wi-Fi, and somewhere to charge your devices, while some offer showers, spa treatments and hot meals.

Annual membership fees start from as little as £69, so with your Black Friday discount, you could really be flying in style without the big price tag.

How long does Priority Pass’s Black Friday sale last?

Priority Pass’s Black Friday discounts started on the Monday before Black Friday, running for two weeks – until the end of the month.

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What membership options does Priority Pass offer?

Priority Pass has three different membership levels:

  • Standard membership is a £69 annual fee plus £20 each time you enter a lounge.
  • Standard plus membership costs £189 a year. This gives you 10 free lounge visits during your membership year. Any subsequent visits are charged at £20 per visit.
  • Prestige membership costs £339 a year. This offers unlimited lounge visits during your membership year. Given that it costs significantly more than Standard Plus, you’d want to be confident of making a decent number of lounge visits over the year before signing up for this option.

You can bring guests with you in the lounge, but it’ll cost £20 each, no matter which membership tier you have. Unlike with some airlines’ loyalty schemes, there is usually no limit to the number of people you can take with you in the lounge. If you often travel with your partner, Priority Pass says you can also get them a Standard membership at half price.

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Should you get Priority Pass membership?

There are many different ways of getting lounge access and turn an airport in a fairly pleasant place to wait a couple of hours in, so consider the following factors before making a decision:

  • How often you travel. Or, more specifically, how often you require lounge access. Some lounges allow you to access by paying one-off, which may be a cheaper solution if you only need it once or twice a year.
  • Which airlines you normally use. If you always travel with the same airline, joining its frequent flyer scheme is probably a smart move. You’ll earn air miles that you can turn into free flights and upgrades. Plus, most airlines have their own set of lounges, that you can normally access if you join the airline’s loyalty scheme – at which point you won’t need Priority Pass. However, it may still be worth it if you travel with low-cost airlines that don’t do lounges, like Ryanair or Easyjet.
  • Which airports you fly from and to. Priority Pass is a solid lounge scheme, but it may not cover all the airports you need. Make sure you check before getting a membership.
  • In which class you travel. If you travel first or business class, you’ll usually get lounge access included in your ticket, so again, no need for Priority Pass.
  • Should you get a travel credit card instead? A few personal and business credit cards come with airport lounge access. They usually have fairly expensive annual fees or require high incomes to qualify for them, but also tend to come with a wide range of travel-related benefits, so it may be worth checking them out on our dedicated page.

The bottom line

Priority Pass’s deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the cheapest way to get a membership, so if you want it, that’s definitely when you should get it. That’s especially true for the Standard and Standard Plus membership tiers, which feature the top discounts.

More in general, whether Priority Pass is a good idea or not for you really depends. The travellers who stand to benefit the most from it are those who fly several times a year on different international routes and with different airlines, in economic class and sometimes with more than one guest.

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