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Priority Pass

By Priority Pass Ltd

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Designed to help Priority Pass Members find an airport lounge anytime, anywhere, this FREE app searches our database of over 900 lounges worldwide and its enhanced functionality improves user experience.

Users can search for a lounge by typing the name of a city, country or airport or simply scroll through lists. Rate lounges, save lounges as favourites, see recent searches and activate GPS to find your nearest lounge quickly.

The My Account section lets you track your visit history and manage your lounge visits while some Priority Pass members will be invited to test the new FlightAlerts BETA and give feedback.

Permissions required:

• Location (approximate network based or precise GPS/network based location) allows you to search for lounges nearby while Contacts (reads your contacts) lets you add phone and email contacts from your phone book into FlightAlerts BETA, so you can receive notifications via email or text.

• Photos (reads the contents of your Photo Library) lets you save your Digital Membership Card to Photos, while as a logged in user

• Background App Refresh (My Plan, Flight Alerts History and Credits Balance, Visit History, Airline List) lets you download data for My Account and FlightAlerts BETA when the app is in the background.

• Just update the data and then use offline – we recommend you always download fresh data when you first use the app.

Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

What's New in Version 3.0.5

Bug Fixes and Improvements


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Customer Reviews

THE ANSWER: to why the digital membership card is missing

I'm giving the app 3/5 stars because the app does what it's supposed to do. The missing 2 stars is because of the lack of detail. IF you received your priority pass select membership through a credit card, Priority Pass themselves don't have your information; therefore not allowing you to have a digital card. IF you PAID for the membership yourself directly to them, then it allows you to gain access to other options that are missing for the most of us select members. I called the company directly and this was their answer to me. I hope this clears up most of the confusion. Other than that the app works great to figuring out what lounges I have access to when traveling.

No Digital Pass for Chase Reserve Users

After reading other reviews about getting a digital pass, I carefully registered with Priority Pass online first and got an account. Then downloaded the Priority Pass Select app, entered my user name and password and I was in - except for one thing. No digital pass. Called Priority Pass Support (New Years Eve and they were there) but they explained that some Credit Cards do not purchase the right to the digital pass for their members. So I called Chase Reserve customer service and they agreed: Reserve users are NOT entitled to the digital pass. Too bad Chase does not make this clear and save everyone a lot of time trying to figure it out. Register your complaint with Chase, not with Priority Pass.

Customer service response doesn't make any sense.

Just wanted to give a short response to surosak91's comment because I found it puzzling.

You've got to wonder why they wouldn't have your information. I mean, the CC companies aren't a the ones issuing the cards, they certainly don't have your card number. There is no way that priority pass doesn't have your account information and that's not a good explanation on why you can't add a priority pass select card to Apple wallet. I mean, you need to type in your account number to create an online account in he first place. The fact that you are signed in should be plenty of proof that you are a card carrying member. Furthermore, you need to be in their database some how in order for their lounges to recognize your physical card, right?

I get that he/she was just just parroting what you're told by customer service but even the slightest amount of critical thought would reveal that what the service agent said didn't make any sense.

1 star for this apps usefulness until they fix select member digital cards.

Priority Pass
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Travel
  • Updated:
  • Version: 3.0.5
  • Size: 65.3 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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