Old Apr 27, 19, 3:26 pm
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Megan Murray
 
Join Date: Jun 2018
Posts: 16
Originally Posted by dhuey View Post
Iím not sure if the rules are different for UK Plats, but in the USA, only an Amex Plat cardholder has access to Delta Sky Lounges (which I think are usually quite nice) - no free guests. I think if your supplemental card is also a Plat (not a free Gold, like I got for my daughters), that person is also considered a Plat cardholder.

So, unless the UK thing is different, only you and your partner have Delta access, but you can get your whole family into the Centurion Lounges with your two cards.
Thanks for your response! Yes, in the UK, you get a Platinum for the main cardholder, and then a supplementary Platinum, and then two Gold cards included in the annual fee. I figured it’s a bit different to the American package. The Delta Sky Club website says you can admit two guests per card for an extra fee so I’m hoping this will get my whole family in?

Also, I know you need to be travelling on a Delta marketed or run flight for access - we have booked an indirect flight from LHR to JAX via ATL - the international leg is run by Virgin but the domestic US leg is run by Delta, will this get us in (as the whole flight may be classed as Virgin Atlantic)?

Thanks again for your help!
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