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United ticketed flight to HNL, layover, Hawaiian flight LIH, 1st class benefits?


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Just 1 Non-Stop a Day JFK/DFW?


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DTW Delta Lounge

DTW Delta Lounge

  1. Woodrow

    I am flying domestically, Delta First Class to 3 states in 4 days, with 3 layovers at DTW and 1 at ATL. Will I have lounge access at DTW on a domestic F ticket? In ATL, I can always use Priority Pass from the CSR card.

  2. Gaurav

    Hi [USER=1994]@Woodrow[/USER], unfortunately not. Domestic F tickets are not eligible for lounge access. You could use the AmEx Plat for access if you have it though. The Delta Plat also provides discounted access for $27 I believe.

  3. Woodrow

    [USER=79]@Gaurav[/USER], Thanks for the info. So with my Delta Plat, if I pay the $27, would I have entry into any of the 4 Delta lounges at DTW? If I get bored at one, I can move onto the next?

  4. Gaurav

    I think you get access for the day but double check at the entry desk.

  5. David W

    If you have an Amex Platinum card, you’ll get access to Delta lounges when flying Delta, even domestically.

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