Great Deal: Free Airport Lounge Pass up to $40!


LoungeBuddy Free Lounge Pass

LoungeBuddy Free Lounge Pass

LoungeBuddy and Visa Checkout are teaming up to offer a very good deal for airport lounge access. Through October 31, 2016 you can get a FREE pass up to a $40 value. Let’s take a look.

The Offer

Get a free airport lounge pass (up to $40 value) when you book with LoungeBuddy and pay with your Visa card.

Key Terms

  • Offer valid only when booking at via the specified promotional link and payed with a valid Visa card.
  • Not valid through LoungeBuddy app.
  • Offer subject to change, and is subject to LoungeBuddy’s terms and conditions, and privacy policy.
  • Amenities vary by location – see specific lounge listings for details.
  • Void where prohibited or restricted by law.
  • Any taxes are the sole responsibility of the purchaser.
  • Strict limit of one offer redemption per customer. Multiple redemptions by the same customer will result in all offers being void.
  • Offer may not be combined with any other coupon, offer, or promo.

You can find the full terms on the offer page.


If you don’t have lounge access through a credit card, this could be a great way to get inside a club on a long layover or to see what lounges are all about. Even if you do have a lounge membership, you could get one of these passes to bring a guest and/or to try out lounges you don’t normally have access to. I personally don’t see the need to pre-purchase since you should be able to buy the pass as you need it, although the offer is capacity limited so if you have firm plans then buying in advance might not be a bad idea.

Update: You can only book 21 days in advance according to multiple readers.

HT: Doctor of Credit and read below for a full list of airports!

Available Airports

According to the LoungeBuddy site, this promotion is good for lounges at the following airports.

United States

  • ANC – Anchorage
  • CVG – Cincinatti
  • EWR – Newark
  • JFK – New York
  • MCO – Orlando
  • PHL – Philadelphia
  • SJC – San Jose California
  • ATL – Atlanta
  • DFW – Dallas Fort Worth
  • HNL – Honolulu
  • LAS – Las Vegas
  • MSP – Minneapolis St. Paul
  • PHX – Phoenix
  • BOS – Boston
  • DTW – Detroit
  • IAD – Washington Dulles
  • LAX – Los Angeles
  • PDX – Portland
  • SEA – Seattle Tacoma


  • YEG – Edmonton (Very nice Transborder lounge!)
  • YVR – Vancouver
  • YWG Winnipeg
  • YYZ – Toronto

Southeast Asia

  • PNH – Phnom Penh
  • REP – Siem Reap
  • BKI – Kota Kinabalu
  • LGK – Langkawi
  • KCH – Kuching
  • PEN – Penang
  • KUL – Kuala Lumpur
  • CEB – Cebu
  • MNL – Manila
  • SIN – Singapore

East Asia

  • HKG – Hong Kong
  • MFM – Macau
  • PVG – Shanghai
  • NRT – Tokyo
  • TPE – Taipei


  • PRG – Prague
  • CDG – Paris
  • FRA – Frankfurt
  • BUD – Budapest
  • FCO – Italy
  • AMS- Amsterdam

United Kingdom

  • ABZ – Aberdeen
  • BRS – Bristol
  • INV – Inverness
  • LPL – Liverpool
  • MME – Durham Tees Valley
  • BHD – Belfast
  • EDI – Edinburgh
  • LGW – London Gatwick
  • LTN – London Luton
  • NCL – Newcastle
  • BHX – Birmingham
  • HUY – Humberside
  • LHR – London Heathrow
  • MAN – Manchester

India & Middle East

  • BLR – Bangalore
  • DEL – Delhi
  • HYD – Hyderabad
  • MLE – Mali
  • MCT – Muscat
  • SLL – Salalah
  • AUH – Abu Dhabi
  • DXB – Dubai


  • BNE – Brisbane

South Africa

  • DUR – Durban
  • JNB – Johannesburg
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  1. Must one be flying from a domestic airport to one outside the United States to enter a lounge. It seems if your ticket is a flight to another domestic airport, then the international area is off limit.

    Now do any of these lounges restrict how long you can stay. I seen that time restriction when reviewing another lounge pass provider.


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