San Francisco Airport Getting New “The Club” Priority Pass Lounge Near American Airlines, Southwest

San Francisco is getting a The Club lounge, a brand owned by the same company as Priority Pass. It will be in terminal 1, which serves American Airlines, JetBlue, and Southwest. It will be located airside near security.

New build The Club lounges are quite stylish, like in New Orleans and in Charleston. Food offerings are generally quite modest.

The Club, New Orleans

With as many Priority Pass cards as are out there, they can get busy. American Express Platinum, Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant and Hilton Surpass customers are eligible to receive Priority Pass cards. So are Chase Sapphire Reserve and Capital One Venture X cardmembers, among many many others.

In San Francisco Priority Pass currently offers access to the Air France KLM lounge, China Airlines lounge, and British Airways lounge in International Terminal A; offers a $28 credit at Mustards Bar & Grill in International Terminal G;; a $28 credit at Lark Creek Grill in Terminal 2; and $28 credits at the San Francisco Giants Clubhouse and Yankee Pier in Terminal 3. The enlarged American Express Centurion Lounge is in terminal 3.

Terminal 1 is connected to the International Terminal B gates. All concourses are expected to be fully connected in the future.

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  1. I was told that only some Priority Pass branded cards work for “Yankee Pier in Terminal 3”…(International Terminal). All Priority Pass cards offer $28 credit (Yankee Pier, Terminal 3)?

  2. Terminal 1 B Gates are connected to the International Terminal A Gates. Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 are not currently connected.

  3. Wait, this can’t be happening! Aren’t we all supposed to use the World Wide Web and Zoom instead of being mass mammal murderers by burning Jet-A in order to travel? Who needs airport lounges if you’re not traveling by airliner.?

  4. Fantastic. Now all SFO terminals will have excellent PP options.

    But it kind of begs the question as to why LAX – which services so many more passengers and which is much more difficult to walk between terminals – has almost none.

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