To get access to the Amex Centurion Lounge, you must be an The Platinum Card® from American Express, Delta SkyMiles® Reserve American Express Card or Centurion® Card from American Express cardholder. Guests of cardholders can also get into the Centurion Lounges. The American Express Platinum card have a $695 annual fee, the Delta Reserve Credit Card has a $550 and the Centurion® Card from American Express has an annual fee of $5000.
If those annual fees weren’t high enough, the Centurion® Card from American Express is available by invitation only, so you can’t apply for it. You can apply for the American Express Platinum card, but will need to have a good credit score. Once you have the American Express Platinum card, you can work toward gaining an invitation for the Centurion® Card from American Express by spending at least $250,000 on your American Express Platinum card in a calendar year.
If you gain access to the Centurion lounges, you’re looking at some truly incredible benefits. Before you can experience those benefits, though, you’ll have to show yourcard, boarding pass for air travel that same day, and a picture I.D. You can bring up to two guests, and can purchase additional guest passes for $50 each. Your guests will have to be with you to gain entry.
There are thirteen Centurion lounges you can currently visit:
- Dallas- Fort Worth
- Hong Kong
- Las Vegas-McCarran
- Las Vegas-JFK
- Los Angeles
- New York-LaGuardia
- San Francisco
From chef-curated food buffets and specialty wines selected by sommeliers, to shower suites and spa services, these are next-level luxury airport lounges. Select lounges are also designed to reflect the tastes and trends of the city they’re located in, and most lounges offer seasonal cuisine options.
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