Chase Sapphire Lounge Coming To LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal

Chris Dong breaks news about another Chase Sapphire lounge in the pipeline, this time at LAX in the Tom Bradley International Terminal.

  • 9,234 square feet
  • Near Gate 148

Based on renderings, the premium Chase space will feature expansive tarmac views — a first for a lounge in TBIT’s main concourse — along with a dramatic waterfall-style chandelier above a granite and wood bar.

Chase Sapphire Lounge Washington Dulles

Since construction hasn’t yet started on this new lounge, expect it to be awhile until it opens. In the meantime, the known list of current and forthcoming Chase lounges is:

Chase Sapphire Lounge Washington Dulles

…plus the Chase Sapphire “Terrace” in Austin.

Chase Sapphire Terrace, Austin

Chase Sapphire Reserve, J.P. Morgan Reserve, and Ritz-Carlton cardmembers can access Sapphire lounges via their Priority Pass card. Other Priority Pass cardmembers can access a U.S. Chase Sapphire Lounge once per calendar year complimentary, and pay $75 for subsequent visits. The ‘Terrace’ in Austin is accessed by showing your actual qualifying Chase credit card (Sapphire Reserve, J.P. Morgan Reserve).

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  1. Chris Dong breaks news

    Please do not write the word breaks immediately after Dong.

  2. Not an error in the post but a point that might be missed by folks reading quickly: unlike the Sapphire Reserve or JP Morgan Reserve, the Ritz-Carlton Card does not provide access to the Sapphire Reserve “Terrace” in AUS (but it will work as indicated for the Sapphire Reserve Lounges).

  3. Finally! It’s great to have GOOD NEWS associated with LAX for a change.
    The date for this lounge to open doesn’t seem to be available anywhere.
    Judging from the super slow pace of never ending construction at LAX, I’ll estimate an open date at the tail end of 2025 or sometime in 2026.

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