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Plaza Premium Lounges Launches 48-Hour Flash Sale With Up to 10% Off Lounge Passes

Plaza Premium Lounges Launches 48-Hour Flash Sale With Up to 10% Off Lounge Passes

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Plaza Premium Lounges, a network of airport lounges with hundreds of locations around the world, are currently offering a flash 48-hour sale of various lounge pass bundles with up to 10% in savings on many passes.

The offer is only open to members of the Plaza Premium loyalty club called ‘Smart Traveller’, although it only takes a couple of minutes to sign up should you want to take advantage of the promotion.

Plaza Premium is plugging its 5-visit Smart Traveller Summer Pass, which has been discounted from $249 to $224.10 and allows five visits to designated lounges around the world, along with a slew of other discounts, including:

  • 5 buggy rides at Hong Kong International Airport,
  • 1 x 30% discount at Aerotels (excluding Singapore),
  • 1 x 20% off voucher meet and assist services,
  • 1 x 15% off Swimming Pool by Aerotel Singapore
  • and 1x Airport Dining a la carte menu discount voucher.

This particular pass has a fair number of pretty niche discounts bundled into it, and it might not actually offer the best value for travellers, even with the 10% discount.

There are, however, a number of other lounge passes on offer, which simply offer lounge access and nothing else with lower prices to match.

For example:

  • A global x5 global visit pass has been reduced from $199 to just $179.10.
  • And an x10 global visit pass has been reduced from $379 to $341.10.
  • There are also a variety of other passes available at a discount, including an x2 and x5 visit pass for lounges in Australia or Europe, the US and Canada.

What are Plaza Premium Lounges?

Plaza Premium Lounges are a network of independent airport lounges located in airports around the world. The company boasts 250+ locations worldwide with a presence in more than 70 international airports.

Plaza Premium was founded in Hong Kong, hence the heavy focus on amenities in Hong Kong, but the company has expanded globally, serving more than 30 countries and territories around the world.

Airport lounges operated by Plaza Premium are particularly popular amongst travellers who wouldn’t otherwise get lounge access with their airline because of their lack of status or because they aren’t travelling in Business Class.

Although the initial outlay can seem expensive, some travellers feel that lounge access represents good value for money compared to spending money at airport food and drink concessions.

Other ways to access Plaza Premium Lounges

Aside from the Smart Traveller program, there are alternative ways to access Plaza Premium Lounges.

One of the most popular ways to get into a Plaza Premium Lounge without buying a pass is through the Priority Pass program (now that a nasty spat between the two companies has been settled).

Priority Pass members can enjoy access to Plaza Premium Lounges, as well as a vast network of affiliated lounges worldwide. There are also a number of credit card providers that bundle Plaza Premium Lounge access into some of their products, including some by Capital One.

What do travelers think of Plaza Premium Lounges?

Plaza Premium Lounges generally receive positive reviews from travellers, due to a variety of amenities, including:

  • Various types of seating options
  • Free WiFi
  • Complimentary food and beverages
  • Shower facilities in some locations
  • Business facilities

That being said, it’s important to note that the quality of the lounges can vary from airport to airport and during peak times, the lounges can become crowded (you might even need to queue to get inside).

Also, be aware that lounge passes are only valid for 12 months from the point of purchase, and there many be some lounges that are excluded.

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