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Old Sep 20, 2017, 3:06 pm
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jjmiller69
 
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This applies to all PP's but with the CSR's generous guests allowance I thought I would post it here as I was unaware of these extra's for my CSR. This was found by award wallet

Below are the current locations that allow you to charge food and drink directly to your Priority Pass membership.
Sydney – Australia
Benny Burger – Terminal 1
Mach2 – Terminal 1
Peroni Bar – Terminal 1
Bistro 2020 & Bar – Terminal 2
MoVida – Terminal 2
Bar Roma – Terminal 3
Wok on Air – Terminal 3
Brisbane – Australia
Corretto Cafe & Bar – International Terminal
Graze Grill & Bar – Domestic Terminal
Bar Roma – Domestic Terminal

Portland – US
Capers Cafe Le Bar – Concourse C
House Spirits Distillery – Concourse C
Capers Market – Concourse D
Denver – US
Timberline Steaks & Grille – Concourse C
London Gatwick – UK
Grain Store Cafe & Bar – South Terminal

How Does It Work at Restaurants?
Simply choose food and drinks worth up to $28 USD; for international locations, the exact dollar amount will vary slighty. You can certainly spend more, but you are responsible for paying the difference.
When it’s time to pay, have the cashier swipe your Priority Pass card rather than your credit card. Guests are eligible too, as long as your Priority Pass membership offers guesting privileges, i.e., if you have the Sapphire Reserve you could technically supply unlimited people with $28 credits towards food and drink. If you have the Prestige Card, you can bring two guests (or your immediate family) as this is the guest policy for that particular membership.

Get Pampered at a Spa or Catch a Few Hours Sleep in Transit
Restaurants aren’t the only perk added to the Priority Pass network. When transiting through Dubai, you can now take advantage of the Sleep ’N Fly Pods in Terminal 3 (Concourse A). The pods are equipped with a flatbed, fold away table, chargers for various electronics, and storage for bags. You can only stay between two and three hours, but any respite from a busy international terminal is going to help.

The Sleep ‘N Fly pods in Dubai
Priority Pass has also added ‘Minute Suites’ facilities in Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Dallas. You’ll get an hour free and then a reduced rate of $28 per hour after that. The Minute Suites are great if you need quiet to concentrate on work or some privacy. There is room for two to sleep and Minute Suites supplies bedding, a work station, and a sound masking system to neutralize noise. If you happen to have multiple Priority Pass memberships, you could try to piggyback your stay across them as well.
In addition to the seven lounges already available at London Heathrow, Priority Pass members can access the Aspire Lounge & Spa in Terminal 5. While the lounge itself isn’t uber luxurious, you gain access to the Bliss Spa without forking over the required 40 to get in the door. You need to pay out-of-pocket for specific pre-flight spa treatments, but the Rest Pod sleeping area up the far end of the lounge is included in the admission fee (need to book the pods at reception upon entering).
Hotel Discounts and Rental Car Status

Other features of Priority Pass that appear relatively unknown include receiving discounts of up to 30% at IHG Hotels by logging in through the Priority Pass membership portal, and members can join the AVIS Preferred Plus program and get priority service, upgrades, add a free additional driver, and receive a voucher for a free weekend in Europe after your third rental.
These benefits aren't groundbreaking by any means, but when you take them all into account, they add another layer of value to a Priority Pass membership that most members reading this post will have received as a complimentary credit card perk.
A big caveat here: We've called Priority Pass several times and have been unable to get a firm answer on how to use either of these benefits, being told that we need to contact our credit card provider. We'll keep digging.
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