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credit card/lounge pass

credit card/lounge pass

  1. James007

    Hi there, does anyone know if there is a credit card out there that allows you to redeem air miles and provide you with lounge access…

  2. David W

    If you’re specifically looking for a single card to redeem air miles and get lounge access, it depends on the airline you’d like to fly with.

    Each of the following cards carry a $450 annual fee, grant lounge access when flying any airline and earn rewards directly into the airline loyalty program for redemptions:

    Delta – Amex Delta Reserve, $29 per guest up to 2 guests for lounge access
    American – Citi AAdvantage Executive, 2 guests free
    United – Chase United Club card, 2 guests free

    All the cards come with several other perks as well.

    However, there are many other cards out there with better and more flexible rewards that you can transfer to airlines to redeem for flights.

    The Chase Sapphire Reserve, Citi Prestige and Amex Platinum cards all come with memberships to Priority Pass. With it, you can access select airport lounges regardless of the airline and cabin class you’re flying. The Amex version does not include free guests, Citi’s version allows 2 free guests and I believe Chase’s allows for more than 2 free guests.

    Additionally, the Amex card allows you (and two guests) access to their excellent Centurion lounges, as well as Delta SkyClubs (only when your departing flight is on Delta).

  3. James007

    [QUOTE=”David W, post: 26649, member: 29″]If you’re specifically looking for a single card to redeem air miles and get lounge access, it depends on the airline you’d like to fly with.

    Each of the following cards carry a $450 annual fee, grant lounge access when flying any airline and earn rewards directly into the airline loyalty program for redemptions:

    Delta – Amex Delta Reserve, $29 per guest up to 2 guests for lounge access
    American – Citi AAdvantage Executive, 2 guests free
    United – Chase United Club card, 2 guests free

    All the cards come with several other perks as well.

    However, there are many other cards out there with better and more flexible rewards that you can transfer to airlines to redeem for flights.

    The Chase Sapphire Reserve, Citi Prestige and Amex Platinum cards all come with memberships to Priority Pass. With it, you can access select airport lounges regardless of the airline and cabin class you’re flying. The Amex version does not include free guests, Citi’s version allows 2 free guests and I believe Chase’s allows for more than 2 free guests.

    Additionally, the Amex card allows you (and two guests) access to their excellent Centurion lounges, as well as Delta SkyClubs (only when your departing flight is on Delta).[/QUOTE]

  4. James007

    Thank you very much David W very much appreciated.

  5. James007

    [QUOTE=”James007, post: 26652, member: 2820″]Thank you very much David W very much appreciated.[/QUOTE]
    mmmm …… after a lot of frustration filling attempting to fill out application forms is the one out there that actually recognises addresses in the Middle East??????

  6. David W

    The cards I mentioned are all US credit cards, meaning you need a financial presence in the US to apply and be approved for. Do you have a US SS#? If you dont, you wouldnt be able tot apply for these cards.

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