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Big Improvements Coming to an Already Amazing Airport Lounge!

Big Improvements Coming to an Already Amazing Airport Lounge!

Million Mile SecretsBig Improvements Coming to an Already Amazing Airport Lounge!Million Mile Secrets Team

If you’re a fan of AMEX Centurion Lounges, here’s some good news!

Via Rene’s Points, the Dallas Centurion Lounge is getting a big makeover.  You can expect these changes between June and July 2018.

Big Improvements Coming To An Already Amazing Airport Lounge
I Love Visiting AMEX Centurion Lounges, Like the One in San Francisco

I’ll tell you what we know!

Dallas Centurion Lounge Getting Big Improvements

Link:   AMEX Centurion Lounges

The Centurion Lounge in the Dallas-Fort Worth airport is already a top-notch escape from the hectic terminal.  But by July 2018, it will be even better!

The lounge is moving locations in the airport.  And it’s going to be 25% bigger!  

That’s great news for folks who like using their AMEX Platinum card (personal or small business) for free access.  And to take advantage of the lounge’s free spa therapies, high-class dining, and mixed drinks.

AMEX Centurion lounges are located in 8 US airports:

Want Access to Centurion Lounges?

These popular airport lounges offer tasty buffet style meals, premium alcoholic beverages, showers, conference spaces, and speedy Wi-Fi.  There are only a few cards that will give you access to Centurion Lounges:

With one of these cards, you and 2 guests can access the lounge for free.  You’ll have to pay $50 per person for a day pass to bring any additional guests, even if they’re an immediate family member.

Note:   You must have a boarding pass, same-day flight, and eligible AMEX Platinum card to enter the lounge.

Bottom Line

The Centurion Lounge in the Dallas-Fort Worth airport is moving.  And it’s getting 25% bigger!  That’s great news for an already very impressive domestic airport lounge.

Here’s hoping other lounges follow suit!

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Personally, not a huge fan of existing DFW Centurion Lounge....layout a bit too cramped. I much prefer the ones at LAS and the new one at PHL, although the latter is a small one. Looking forward to the new one in DFW.