Priority Pass Adding Airport Spas, If You Have The Right Cards

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Many high-end credit cards come with a Priority Pass Lounge Membership.

Back in the day that included access to traditional airline lounges, but as US airlines opened their own co-brand lounge cards, they stopped accepting Priority Pass memberships.

Priority Pass branched out to include non-lounge experiences in airports, such as a $28 credit per person at bars and restaurants.

I’ve taken advantage of that many times:


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And now Priority Pass will cover massage treatment at Be Relax in San Diego (near Gate 27) and Detroit (near Gate A46).

  • You can choose from
    • 30 minute Lounger Massage – Be Back (a US$35 value).
    • 15 minute Lounger Massage plus Aromatherapy & O2 – Be Back (a US$35 value).
    • 10 minute Head Massage plus Aromatherapy & O2 – Head Up (a US$38 value).
    • 10 minute Foot Massage plus Aromatherapy & O2 – Be Feet (a US$38 value).

Hopefully additional Be Relax locations will be added as well.

Alas, Priority Pass from AMEX cards no longer includes non-lounge experiences. But other cards such as the Chase Sapphire Reserve and the Ritz Carlton card still cover Priority Pass non-lounge experiences.

I can’t say that I had any desire to pay for a massage in the airport before, though I have had massages in some first class lounges like the awesome Qantas First Class lounges in Melbourne and Sydney.

Now I just need another Delta One 98K sale like I used to fly their A350 suites to Amsterdam to return so that I’ll have a flight through Detroit!

Will you try out a Be Relax airport spa with Priority Pass?


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Perfect timing on the massages as we will be using SAN a bit for the next few years !

Barry lifkin

Is this just cardholders or spouse as well?


So that means only Chase priority pass cards have this benefit not Amex such as brilliant Marriott Bonvoy


There are other airports on the site such as JFK


Although I have not visited the Centurion Lounge at DFW in 3 years, they did have a massage area (probably still do) which was for a comp 15-20 minute hands on. My only problem with it was that as you entered the lounge, you had to add your name to a waiting list which sometimes was much greater than 90 minutes. So if you were in between flights with a connection less than 2 hours, you were out of luck. Granted if you had a long international connection and wait, then it was perfect.

All of the above was a prelude to this……please some folks, report back to us and let us know if there is a long wait time in San Diego or Detroit for these great add-on services!!!!

t g

what about us altitude card?

Ben Partzi

Dan you didn’t mention anywhere that it’s assur for a man to get a massage from a female massage therapist. It’s pashut lifnei eiver to post something like the above without responsibly posting such a disclaimer…lol jk but you know that’s a classic thing for people to right in this comments section!


How do you find out which Airline lounges offer these complimentries?