There are more than 10 credit cards with Priority Pass available right now. Priority Pass is a network of 1,000+ airport lounges located around the world. If you purchase a Priority Pass membership, rather than receiving one as a complimentary benefit from the right credit card, it’ll cost you $99-$429 per year. The price depends on the level of membership. But the membership you’d get with credit cards includes free guest passes, unlike the stand-alone plans available for purchase.
The best credit card with Priority Pass is Chase Sapphire Reserve because it has a huge signup bonus: 60,000 points after spending $4,000 in the first three months. Chase Sapphire Reserve points are worth 1.5 cents each when redeemed for travel. That means those 60,000 bonus points can be used for $900 worth of travel purchases. Cardholders also get an annual $300 travel credit. The travel credit can be applied to travel expenses like flight upgrades and Uber rides.
Credit Cards with Priority Pass:
- Chase Sapphire Reserve Credit Card – $550 annual fee
- Citi Prestige Card – $495 annual fee
- Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card – $450 annual fee
- Hilton Honors American Express Ascend Card – $95 annual fee
- Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant American Express Card – $450 annual fee
- Mastercard Black Card – $495 annual fee
- Mastercard Gold Card – $995 annual fee
- The Platinum Card from American Express – $550 annual fee
- U.S. Bank Altitude Reserve Visa Infinite Card – $400 annual fee
- The Business Platinum Card from American Express – $595 annual fee
- Hilton Honors American Express Business Card – $95 annual fee
- The Ritz-Carlton Rewards Card (no longer open to new applicants) – $450 annual fee
As you can see, credit cards with Priority Pass also come with high annual fees. That’s not surprising considering the value of Priority Pass access, but you’ll want to get your money’s worth. On top of Priority Pass, these cards come with valuable rewards and signup bonuses of 50,000-130,000 points.
That being said, credit cards with Priority Pass are not the only credit cards offering access to airport lounges. So it’s good to shop around.
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