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Delta Sky Club Access

Delta Sky Club Access

  1. Woodrow

    My son and I will be traveling from SFO to CUN in F, with a layover at LAX. I am trying to confirm if we’ll have Sky Club access at SFO or LAX. I know we’re not Delta One, but are international. Delta’s website states the following:

    [B]Delta One or SkyTeam Premium Cabin Passenger[/B]
    Customers traveling in Delta One on an international Delta flight or a domestic Delta flight connecting to/from a same-day international Delta flight* in Delta One or travel in international First/Business Class on a SkyTeam-operated flight. (In order to qualify for Club access, the customer must be confirmed in the premium (first or business class) cabin for the international segment of their itinerary.)

    *International Travel includes: Customers traveling to/from Europe, Asia, South America, Central America, Africa, Canada and Mexico (excludes travel to/from the Caribbean, Guam, Palau and Saipan).”

    Do we or don’t we?
    Alternatively I have Priority Pass, but my layover is 9am-12pm, so lack luster VA Clubhouse, or trying the restaurant. In regards to the restaurant, is the $28pp, for myself and guest?

    Lastly, is there any flexibility on KAL Priority Pass hours? Thanks All!

  2. David W

    If you’re in a premium cabin then you should get access.

    The priority pass benefit it’s $28 each so you and your staff not would get $56 total.

    KAL lounge isn’t great but I don’t know if the hours are flexible. You’re not missing much if you don’t go or can’t get in.

  3. Woodrow

    Out of curiosity, can you utilize more than one PP account, offered through different credit cards, with guesting privileges at the same time?

    Please confirm the $56 total, as your statement is confusing. Thanks as always [USER=29]@David W[/USER] !

  4. David W

    You should be able to access the Delta SkyClub if youre flying in a premium cabin on the LAX-CUN leg (or if you have an Amex platinum card, but guests are $27)

    With Priority Pass, you’re entitled to $28 in credits at the restaurant for you and $28 for your guest. Credits can be applied towards food and drinks but not gratuity. (When calculating gratuity, please base it on the total [I]before[/I] the credit is applied). You can not use more than one PP account for each visit.

    Find out more here: [URL]https://www.prioritypass.com/en/Lounges/North-America/USA/Los-Angeles-CA/Los-Angeles-CA-LAX-Intl/LAX14D-Barneys-Beanery#[/URL]

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