You can use your Chase Sapphire Reserve for airport lounge access by first enrolling in Priority Pass Select. There is no additional cost to activate your Priority Pass membership and it is a one-time procedure.
Chase Sapphire Reserve Priority Pass gives you access to 1,300+ Chase Sapphire Reserve airport lounges around the world, including many locations in the United States, Europe and Asia. For example, the 8 largest U.S. airports – including JFK, LAX, DFW, ATL and ORD – all have Chase Sapphire Reserve airport lounges. The Chase Sapphire Reserve lounge benefit is provided by a company called Priority Pass and would cost $429 per year without the card.
To find a lounge, go to the Priority Pass website and type your destination into the “Find a lounge” bar. You’ll be able to see where a lounge is within an airport, as well as its hours, amenities, guest policies and other rules. You can also check the Priority Pass lounge directory. If the airport you are visiting has a Priority Pass lounge, you will just have to show your card there to gain access.
Technically speaking, there aren’t any airport lounges solely for Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholders. That’s important because there are a few crucial details about Priority Pass membership you should keep in mind.
Key things you should know about Chase Sapphire Reserve airport lounges:
- Customers must enroll in Priority Pass Select to access the 1,300+ Chase Sapphire Reserve airport lounges. But you only have to enroll once.
- To enroll, go to Chase Ultimate Rewards and click “Earn Points,” then “Card Benefits.” Under the “Airport Lounge Access” tab, click “Activate Now.”
- Guests may be allowed to accompany you for free, depending on the lounge. If guests do not get complimentary access, the fee will be $27 per person per visit.
Chase Sapphire Reserve airport lounges offer perks like free Wi-Fi, full bars, snacks, and even showers and spas, depending on the particular lounge. To enjoy them, just activate your complimentary Priority Pass Select membership.
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