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Priority Pass membership in the Travel perk

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Access airport lounges worldwide with Priority Pass™ by adding the Travel perk to your card. Enjoy standard membership benefits and pay an exclusive member fee for each lounge visit.

After you subscribe to the Travel perk, you’ll receive an invitation code via email that you need to use to activate your Priority Pass account.

The Travel perk is not available in Quebec.

Benefits of the Priority Pass membership

Travel perk include a standard membership to Priority Pass, which has a $99 USD annual fee. The annual fee is waived with the Travel perk. Elevate your travel experience with the following benefits:

  • Access to over 1,300 airport lounges across the world for an exclusive member fee of $35 USD for each lounge visit
  • Recharge and stay focused in quiet spaces
  • Pre-book lounge visits or airport transfers
  • Complimentary snacks and drinks
  • Get preferred rates on car rentals

Your Priority Pass membership fee is included through the Travel perk. However, you’ll still have to pay a lounge entrance fee of $35 USD.

Activate your Priority Pass account

You’ll receive a set up your Travel perk email with your code to activate Priority Pass after you’ve subscribed to the Travel perk.

  1. Go to Priority Pass
  2. Enter the code
  3. Select Submit

Access an airport lounge with Priority Pass

After you activate your Priority Pass account, your digital membership card will be ready to use right away.

  1. Visit a lounge or pre-book your spot on the Priority Pass app
  2. Present your Priority Pass membership card and your credit card

Fees with Priority Pass

The standard membership fee for Priority Pass is included with the Travel perk. As long as you’re subscribed to the Travel perk, you get access to Priority Pass.

Entrance fees to airport lounges are not included with the Travel perk. The cost of each visit to an airport lounge is $35 USD.

You can bring one guest to access the lounge for an additional fee of $35 USD for the guest.

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