Alaska Flights and Lounge Access

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  1. IPBrian

    IPBrian Silver Member

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    My wife and I are flying coach from STL to OGG on AlaskaAir with a long layover in SEA. I usually fly AA and have an Amex platinum card for lounge access. The priority pass option will work for me in SEA in the Alaska Boardroom and I have two day passes my wife can hopefully use (they have my name on them). Anyone though have any thoughts on lounges in STL and OGG (we even have a quick stop at SAC on the way back). I fear I maybe without a lounge in these locations without paying an arm and a leg.
     
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    OGG appears to only have a Hawaiian Airlines lounge, based on a brief internet search.
     
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    I am fairly sure that STL has an Admirals Club lounge, sounds like you are covered at all the airports :)
     
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    With AmEx platinum you only gain access to AA lounges when flying AA metal. So I don't think they would be admitted to the AA lounge in STL.
     
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    You are correct...I ended up with Alaska Board Room Access in SEA-TAC and roughed it everywhere else...it wasn't pretty, but we survived! LOL! Thanks everyone!
     
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    CCI08262014.jpg I just picked up a Board Room info sheet while at PDX that shows the fee's and affliate club rooms. I don't know how much longer Delta will be on there :)
     

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    Mhmm... I should probably splurge for AS BR Membership as I'm always on DL every week out of ATL. ;)
     
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    Thanks for the post of the info sheet. I've got a lifetime SkyClub membership but mostly fly AS (so the SkyClub membership gets put to good use in AS Board Rooms). I hedged my bet with the AA Citibank credit card that gets Admirals Club membership in the offchance that AS & DL get divorced and AS & AA snuggle up together.

    Have a fair amount of AA flights this year, so there will be value in any event.
     
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    Was in the Atlanta SkyClub in Terminal D (the terminal AS flies out of) before an AS flight last week --- the soup that DL is now serving in the clubs is mighty fine.
     
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    And if you're traveling with a companion, the second cup of soup is now $29. :(:mad:
     
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    It would be if I were a Board Room member, but I'm a lifetime Sky Club member (who now travels mostly on AS).
     

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