SFO Questions

Old Feb 28, 2024, 5:21 am
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SFO Questions

I am traveling from SFO International terminal in a few weeks. Turns out I have Priority Pass which allows me access to China Airlines lounge. However that may be in International Terminal A and my flight (United) leaves from G. Do I need to get through security 2 x to access? Also, do you know if United Premium Plus allows access to Polaris Lounge?
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Old Feb 28, 2024, 8:15 am
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Originally Posted by Dan Landis
Do I need to get through security 2 x to access?
Yes, you would have to clear security twice. IMO CI lounge is not worth it. The VS lounge might be if it's open to Priority Pass during your hours.
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Also, do you know if United Premium Plus allows access to Polaris Lounge?
No. PE does not come with any lounge access on UA.
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Old Feb 28, 2024, 7:43 pm
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Originally Posted by Kacee
Yes, you would have to clear security twice. IMO CI lounge is not worth it. The VS lounge might be if it's open to Priority Pass during your hours.
No. PE does not come with any lounge access on UA.
Kacee sums it up, Dan Landis, but there is one last hope with your Priority Pass card: Which credit card company issued that PP card for you? The answer might lead to some free food/beverages at SFO restaurants.
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