Get a Free Airport Lounge Pass at 130 Locations Worldwide With Your Visa Card!
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Good news for folks looking to buy an airport lounge pass! Via Doctor of Credit, you can get a free lounge pass worth up to $40 when you book through LoungeBuddy.com and pay with a Visa card through October 31, 2016. And bookings can be made up to 21 days in advance.
But the deal is only good while supplies last. So get your pass sooner rather than later!
Here’s how to get your free pass!
Free Airport Lounge Access
You can get a free airport lounge pass worth up to $40 with LoungeBuddy when you pay with a Visa card through loungebuddy.com/visa. If the lounge pass costs more than $40, you’ll just pay the difference.
The deal is valid at over 130 locations around the world through October 31, 2016, or while supplies last. But bookings can only be made up to 21 days in advance.
You MUST book through the promotional link, NOT through the LoungeBuddy app. And there’s a limit of 1 free pass per person.
The deal can’t be combined with any other offers. And if you buy a pass that costs less than $40, you give up the remaining value of the coupon.
Cards That Offer Lounge AccessThe Platinum Card® from American Express Exclusively for Mercedes-Benz and AMEX Platinum card both get you free lounge access to Delta lounges (with a Delta boarding pass), Priority Pass lounges, and Centurion Lounges.
The Citi® / AAdvantage® Executive World Elite™ Mastercard® gives you Admirals Club membership with guest privileges.
And with the Citi Prestige card, you get Priority Pass lounge access for the primary cardholder and up to 2 guests. But it will no longer offer Admirals Club access after June 20, 2017.
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