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Both the Chase Sapphire Reserve and Platinum Card® from American Express offer airport lounge access among their many benefits, rewards, and perks.
However, I find the Platinum card’s lounge access more useful — that’s because it includes the same lounges as the Sapphire Reserve, plus dozens more within the US.
Priority Pass — the lounge network that both cards offer a membership to — has more than 1,200 locations around the world, although I find the offerings abroad more useful.
The AmEx Platinum also offers access to its own Centurion Lounges, Delta Sky Clubs (when you’re flying with that airline), and more.

As someone who flies relatively often, whether for work, to see family, or for fun leisure trips, having access to airport lounges is something I find increasingly necessary. While I enjoy flying itself, airports can be pretty unpleasant. Thankfully, airport lounges — even when they’re crowded — offer an escape from the worst of it.

When I’m taking an early-morning flight, the …read more

Source:: Businessinsider – Life


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