Reposting again as they have added another new restriction:
- To be eligible, Cardholders and guests are required to show an Outbound Departure Boarding Pass with confirmed same-day travel.
Via reader CongestionCharge
I’m reposting this because Priority Pass has added a new restriction to these lounges. The following has been added:
- The US$28 is valid for the purchase of any meal and/or drinks excluding bottle sales & merchandise
Capers Market has a wide selection of wine to go that they sell and a lot of people have been picking up a bottle or two every trip they take. That’s obviously not what Priority Pass is designed for so you can see why they added this new restriction. Personally I’m happy that these restrictions are being added, as I see the alternative of restaurants such as these just being removed entirely. Obviously it sucks for those who were able to take advantage of picking up some goodies every flight, but at least you can still use these restaurants going forward. Hat tip to One Mile At A Time.
Recently Priority Pass added the House Spirits Distillery to PDX and they have just added two more ‘lounges’ to PDX.
Both give you $28 off your final bill per person per visit. I wasn’t able to find a food menu for either online (update menu for Concourse C can be found here), but featured glasses of wine will cost $5.50-$6, featured cocktails are $6 and featured draft beer is $4 a pint. Priority Pass has been busy adding these restaurant partnerships, likely due to issues securing and maintaining lounges due to capacity issues and the rise of premium credit cards and priority pass numbers increasing.