Thursday, November 19, 2009

Making your holiday travel a little more luxurious.

A First Class experience at Economy prices in more than 600 airport VIP lounges worldwide. Join Priority Pass today!

Thanksgiving, Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa and school vacations are coming a little TOO soon for my liking. This is the time of year that we find ourselves spending a little more time at the airport than we like. It's bad enough having to put up with the crowds and waiting when we're there on business, but for some reason it feels even MORE difficult when we're anticipating the family and vacation visits that we've got planned.

Have you ever wanted to just relax at one of the VIP lounges that are available to those who have amassed a bazillion miles? Do you travel using discounts or with airlines that don't offer these amenities?

With you can get VIP lounge access even if you've scored a $59 Southwest flight!! We accrue points with various airlines, as I love to travel, but even with the points - membership in clubs like American Airline's Admiral's Club can cost up to $500 yearly. I don't fly first class often enough to be able to enjoy the lounge as part of my ticketing either.

With access to over 600 VIP lounges in over 300 cities, you'll probably find a lounge to relax in on your next trip.
  • enjoy access to over 600 VIP lounges in more than 100 countries and 300 cities worldwide
  • guaranteed use regardless of the class of travel or airline you’re flying
  • privileged access to over 70 US Airport VIP Lounges
  • relaxing ambience – for both you and your guests
  • complimentary refreshments and snacks
  • email, internet and conference space
  • excellent working and leisure facilities

The nice thing about is that they offer different plans based on the type of travel you do.

The Standard Membership is a $99 per year and allows you to visit VIP lounges at $27 per person per visit.

For $249 for the Standard Plus Membership, you'll get 10 visits included (then the $27 per person per visit kicks in). Your guests will be subject to the $27 per visit fee.

The Prestige Membership at $399 offers access to all of the lounges in the program an unlimited amount of times. Compare that to the $500+ for access to ONE airline's lounge for the year and this looks like a bargain for those who travel frequently. You can bring guests at the $27 per visit fee.

The trip that I took last week to New York included a brief jaunt to Rhode Island to see my family. I happened to be traveling first class between the two cities and I must tell you that the food and drinks as well as the quiet time that I spent made travel so much more luxurious.

Just another way to live rich for a bit less.


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