Lounge Passes on ebay

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  1. Efilon87

    Efilon87 Silver Member

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    Has anyone a) bought lounge passes from ebay, and b) been able to use them at the clubs/lounges? Im specifically looking for United. Thanks!!
     
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    Yes, but be careful. Some people will sell outdated passes that have been discarded by the airlines long ago.
    As long as you are dealing with a reputable seller with solid feedback you should be fine.
     
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    Thanks for the advice!! Also, I am not flying United the day I want to use the lounge, will that cause a problem with gaining access? I'm flying ANA All Nippon, and im planning to use the pass in Narita.
     
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    i think it was $20 for the last lounge i used in Narita? i think you might be able to just pay as you go for a clear and easy approach.
     
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    $20 for Narita's lounge would be well worth it, especially if you are a beer drinker. Free Asahi Super dry on tap. ;)
     
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    there is also the day room service. I think we slept in one for about 6 hours on one layover. that was years ago... I like thai air lounges in particular, as they are typically pretty reasonable for day passes ($25 for two people). I think all the Narita lounges are run by contract organizations for the airlines, or credit card companies....
     
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    Make sure you have physical access to the lounge you plan on using when different than the carrier you are flying.
    This should help with that: http://milepoint.com/forums/threads/airport-terminal-access-for-lounge-hopping.1783/
    It appears NRT should work for you.
     
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