Lounges Leaving Priority Pass and Big Points Giveaway

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Comments

  1. On any given day Trump can’t remember his lies from the previous days. Why should he remember a tweet from 2016?

  2. Excuse me Gary (and rob), but you both are either being willfully ignorant, or you have lost all critical thinking skills. The original order estimate was $5.3B. He said in his original tweet “more than $4B”, not “exactly $4B”. That number could have easily been researched by you or the author of that flimsy cnbc hit piece, but I noticed it was conveniently left out.

    Getting that reduced to $3.9B is a savings of $1.4B (or about as much as Obama illegally shipped to Iran so they can continue to fund terrorism and the killing of US soldiers).

    I guess this means I won’t be winning the Radisson giveaway.

  3. @WR I wasn’t making any comment on the actual Air Force One deal. I was merely observing that it would be unlikely Putin’s orange lapdog would even remember that tweet, given is inability to recall what lies he uttered yesterday.

  4. Sorry, lounge-related question for @Gary:

    Can someone with a Citi Executive AAdvantage card gain access to the Alaska Boardroom lounges? What about authorized users of the card?

    I’d never heard this before! Are there any restrictions on access like the Priority Pass system?

    Gary, you made my day if this is true.

  5. Authorized Citibank Exec Citicard Card holders may not access the Alaska Board Room
    Only Primary members according to the Alaska folks
    I’ve also heard rumors that Alaska might discontinue the relationship for lounge access for
    Admiral Club members
    So far so good!Fingers crossed

  6. Rob, please remove your head from CNN’s mudcutter and try thinking for yourself for a change, you easily brainwashed fool!

  7. Situation: Flying from BCN to SEA on Lufthansa Business (booked through United), 5 hour layover in SEA then continuing on to KOA on Alaska First. Will Alaska let me into the lounge anyway in this case? Or would United? Or am I limited to PP lounges?

  8. Who knew that Russian trolls read this blog? How’s the weather in St. Petersburg, comrades?

  9. Finally, Trump’s Air Force One will be the same color as Putin’s plane. We’ve waited so long.

  10. Rob and Juan you are liberal IDIOTS!!!!! stop already..not necessary here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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