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Big credit card issuers like Capital One and American Express have branded airport lounges and Chase is not an exception now. Chase works with Airport Dimensions to spoil their cardholders with luxury airport lounges - Chase Sapphire Lounges by The Club.

The first Chase Sapphire Lounges by The Club was opened in Hong Kong in 2022. Then followed locations in Boston Logan International Airport (2023) and Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (2023). After that, there've been opened two locations this year at: LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport. Plus, The Etihad Lounge in Washington DC Dulles Intl has gotten a Chase revamp.

Additionally, Chase has plans to open four more airport lounges in Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and San Diego.

With a rapidly growing portfolio of Chase Sapphire Lounges, you may want to get access to the lounges, especially if you are a loyal Chase customer. To do that, you will need the right credit card. Cardholders of the Chase Sapphire Reserve®, J.P. Morgan Reserve*, and The Ritz-Carlton™ Credit Card* (no longer available to new applicants) can access Chase lounges. Primary cardholders and authorized users have unlimited access to Sapphire Lounges by The Club.

Chase Sapphire Reserve cardmembers will need to activate their complimentary Priority Pass membership before visiting the lounge. To activate, cardmembers will need to log in to their Sapphire Reserve account at or call the number on the back of their card.

Chase Sapphire Reserve and J.P. Morgan Reserve cardmembers may bring up to two guests per visit for free, and additional guests for $27. There's no additional charge for children under two. Ritz-Carlton cardmembers may bring unlimited guests at no charge.

Those who do not have an eligible Chase credit card, but have Priority Pass membership, can visit Chase lounges once per calendar year and purchase guest access for a fee. Plus, Chase lounge in Hong Kong welcomes anyone with Priority Pass or Lounge Key membership. Additionally, select Etihad travelers can visit JFK and Dulles locations before their flights. Those who would like to visit the Austin Terrace will be out of luck - this location is exclusively for Chase Sapphire Reserve or J.P. Morgan Reserve cardmembers.

*The information for the following card(s) has been collected independently by J.P. Morgan Reserve and The Ritz-Carlton™ Credit Card. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer.