Citibank offered them up to me to share with readers, highlighting their classy move to reach out to American Express Platinum cardholders. Platinum cards no longer offer American or US Airways lounge access, and Citibank is the sole issuer of cards that offer lounge access with the new American Airlines.
Citibank has the most generous credit card signup offer in the market with a 100,000 mile signup bonus for their Executive Card which bundles lounge access.
It turns out that they sent me a whole bunch of extra club passes, more than I needed to fulfill the last contest, so I ran another giveaway here on the blog!
I asked about your favorite airline lounges. Here are the winning entries. Did you win 4 American Airlines lounge club passes?
I’m looking forward to the Singapore lounge in Hong Kong for my summer trip. Only been to UA lounges so far, and hoping to soak in the ambience of a superior lounges.
Congratulations TTN! I hate to disappoint, but Singapore’s lounge in Hong Kong really isn’t impressive. After a long flight from San Francisco I’d love to use the short layover for a shower, but the lounge doesn’t have one. It doesn’t even have a bathroom!
British First Class JFK
Again, here’s one a reader picked but I’m not a huge fan of.
Really, the first class lounge is an elite lounge and a partner lounge. British Airways first class passengers get the Concorde Room, so they don’t use this one.
Favorite lounge that I’ve personally been to: Centurion Lounge in DFW. Also had the pleasure of meeting you there, Gary! (On the way to FTU Seattle)
And here we’ve certainly got my overall favorite lounge in the U.S., and one that I visit quite often (and usually run into blog readers when I do, which is tons of fun!).
Always fun to do these giveaways, thanks to everyone!
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