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New Restaurant Added to the Priority Pass Roster at SEA

New Restaurant Added to the Priority Pass Roster at SEA
February
26
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Travelers who are also Priority Pass members have a new restaurant to check out when passing through Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). While in the airport travelers can head over to Floret by Café Flora to have a meal and because they are Priority Pass members they get $28 worth of food and beverages for free.

Travelers can find the restaurant airside close to gate A1, and it is open between 6 am and 9 pm Saturday through Thursday, and on Fridays, it opens its doors at 6 am and closes at 10 pm. As is the case when visiting all Priority Pass restaurants members can bring one guest who also eats for free. With a guest, their food credit is $56. If they go over $28 or $56 they will have to pay the difference.

When traveling people who are Priority Pass members can check out over 1,200 lounges around the world, along with being able to stop for food and drinks at restaurants that have become part of the network. Right now there are about 30 restaurants in their network within the United States.

Getting Priority Pass

People who want to sign up for the Standard Priority Pass membership can get it for $99 per year, which lets them get into the lounges for a flat fee of $32. People who pay $299 for the Standard Plus package get ten free lounge visits and all other visits will cost them $32.

On the other hand, people who travel a lot may decide to spring for the Prestige package which gives them limitless visits for $429 a year. With each package, guests can come along but they will have to pay $32.

Getting Priority Pass with your credit card for free

Travelers can certainly pay for Priority Pass but they can also get it for free if they have the right credit card in their wallet. Some issuers include it as a perk in their credit card package, which is the case for the following credit cards:

  • Chase Sapphire Reserve
  • Citi Prestige® Card
  • Platinum Card from American Express
  • Hilton Honors Aspire Card from American Express
  • Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant American Express Card

To get more information about Priority Pass and how to become a member people can check out their website.

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