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"Board Room members with same day travel on a purchased or redeemed mileage ticket on Alaska Airlines or American Airlines have access to all Admirals Club locations listed below. Members also get complimentary access for their immediate family (spouse/domestic partner and children under the age of 21) or two guests. Board Room members and their guests do not have access to American Premium or Flagship Lounges."
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Old Nov 4, 15, 6:31 pm
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Originally Posted by WhIteSidE View Post
The only SkyClub I "cannot live without" are the two in NRT. Other than that, I generally find the Admirals clubs more useful when I travel.
The NRT AC is my favorite in the system. Showers are far better than the NRT SC, they have the beer machines, and the food is pretty good.
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Old Nov 9, 15, 11:29 pm
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Originally Posted by sturges View Post
Does anyone know if one can access an Admirals Club with a BR membership on arrival?

I'm flying SEA-JFK red eye and would like to use the T8 AC for showers if possible.
Couple week ago I flew AA from STL-DFW. Upon arrival to DFW, I got access to AA Admirals Club with my STL-DFW boarding pass. I wasn't scheduled to fly out of DFW for a couple more days.

This of course was based on my AS Board Room membership.
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Old Nov 24, 15, 11:04 am
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Anyone familiar with the ATL club? Reviews seem mixed, so either it's the same as the rest ... or notably sub-par. I have a long layover there next month, coming from a Delta flight to an Alaska one (different tickets).
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Old Aug 5, 17, 1:59 pm
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Anyone know how this works if the same-day flight / boarding pass are further down the line? For example, if my companion and I are flying MCO-XXX on WN, and then connecting to award flights to YYY on AA or AS, will we be able to access the AC in MCO, or just XXX and YYY?
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Old Aug 5, 17, 5:19 pm
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Originally Posted by synergistic View Post
Anyone know how this works if the same-day flight / boarding pass are further down the line? For example, if my companion and I are flying MCO-XXX on WN, and then connecting to award flights to YYY on AA or AS, will we be able to access the AC in MCO, or just XXX and YYY?
I think you can, but they might ask for a MCO BP. Regardless, WN and AA are in completely different wings of the terminal at MCO. I wouldn't want to do security twice (even with PreCheck) at MCO to get a lounge. Once is enough for me.
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Old Aug 6, 17, 11:04 am
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With reciprocal elite benefits ending between AA and AS 1/1/18, has anyone heard about if there going be changes to lounge access?
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Old Aug 6, 17, 11:21 am
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Originally Posted by sbc94523 View Post
With reciprocal elite benefits ending between AA and AS 1/1/18, has anyone heard about if there going be changes to lounge access?
AS has said that reciprocal access will not change. See wiki in:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/alask...ry-2018-a.html
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Old Aug 6, 17, 11:34 am
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Originally Posted by mbluecpa View Post
AS has said that reciprocal access will not change. See wiki in:

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/alask...ry-2018-a.html
That's all well and good until whenever the contract period expires, and that, we do not know.
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Old Aug 6, 17, 1:13 pm
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Originally Posted by Eastbay1K View Post
That's all well and good until whenever the contract period expires, and that, we do not know.
Of course, and I don't particularly believe them. We've been down this road before.
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Old Aug 6, 17, 5:49 pm
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But if they were to d/c a.c. access

What options wo ups there be if they cancel admiral club access. Us? I am sure aa access will be for some time at least
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