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Priority Pass Card ID

Old Sep 18, 23, 2:57 pm
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Priority Pass Card ID

Sorry if this has been posted elsewhere, but thought I would summarize this and eventually make a wiki with the info as I came across 5 of my priority pass cards today.

Priority Pass issued directly by Chase
Digits: 16
Starting Digit: 735
Expiration: 1 year
Ritz: 7357
CSR: 735
(Chase 73X?)

Digits: 11
Issuer: Priority Pass on behalf of the bank
Starting Digit: 142
Expiration: 3 years (maybe 2)
Prestige: 1426
CapOne 104/105
Amex: 100/102/104/142
Citi: 142

Application E- Cards: These have different numbers than P-cards.


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Old Sep 23, 23, 5:20 pm
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Does anyone know why the digital cards for Chase's PP have a completely different number? It's 14 digits and is the same number that appears in your PP account. As far as I can tell, the other banks' PP physical and digital numbers are identical.

No idea why Chase is different. It's also annoying that you can't see your visit history with the Chase PP.
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Old Oct 2, 23, 1:41 pm
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I have wondered the same, I do wonder if the cards have more digits to help airport locations know if a user can use the card before they enter. For example, if you went to a restaurant and tried to your an Amex issued PP card (that does not have the dining benefit assigned) the host could quickly tell if the card was not eligible, where as a Chase Reserve card would have the benefit and also more digits to distinguish it.

It is unlikely this is the only reason but it might be an added benefit to the longer number.
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Old Oct 2, 23, 9:20 pm
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Originally Posted by LoungeGuide
It is unlikely
Very unlikely because both American Express and Chase sponsored Priority Pass memberships before the restaurant feature existed.

2011 American Express added Priority Pass to USA-issued Platinum cards
2016 Chase introduces Sapphire Reserve with Priority Pass membership
2018 Priority Pass adds restaurant feature
2019 American Express opted out of the restaurant feature
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