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Guide to accessing lounges in the Priority Pass network at Seattle-Tacoma Airport

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    Quick insights

    • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) has two airport lounges in the Priority Pass™ network.
    • With a Priority Pass membership, travelers can access over 1,300 airport lounges across the globe.
    • Priority Pass memberships are available for purchase or as a complimentary benefit of certain travel credit cards, like Chase Sapphire Reserve®.

    The Seattle-Tacoma Airport, also known to locals as “SeaTac,” is located right between its two namesake cities. Just 14 miles south of downtown Seattle and 25 miles north of Tacoma, SEA serves a large region of domestic and international travelers.

    If you find yourself with a layover here, you may be looking for a place to work or relax before takeoff. If you're a Priority Pass™ member, you're in luck.

    In this article, we'll share details about SEA’s participating Priority Pass lounges, plus how to access them.

    Seattle-Tacoma Airport overview

    The Seattle Airport is organized around the Main Terminal and the Central Terminal, with Concourses A, B, C and D. There are also two satellite buildings referred to as North and South. The terminals are connected by a 24/7 underground loop train. From this underground area, travelers can locate a bus, ride-hail service, shuttle or Seattle's light rail system.

    For those with time to spare, there is no shortage of ways to stay entertained. You'll find plenty of shopping and dining options and even a live music stage, paying homage to Seattle's grunge music roots. If you enjoy art, you can download the STQRY app and take a guided tour of an airport-wide collection of art including glass pieces, sculpture, photography and paintings.

    Additional amenities include a children's play area, an interfaith prayer and meditation room and a mobile food ordering service called OrderSEA. This app allows you to order your food on your phone, then pick-up at the restaurant rather than wait in line.

    Does Seattle-Tacoma airport have lounges in the Priority Pass network?

    SEA is home to two lounges in the Priority Pass network. Priority Pass is a popular member program that offers access to a large network of airport lounges. There are over 1,300 locations throughout the world.

    Each lounge is slightly different in layout and features but often include complimentary food and drinks, Wi-Fi and plenty of seating options. Access to both lounges is permitted three hours prior to passengers’ scheduled flight departure, and children under two are admitted for free.

    The Club SEA – Concourse A

    This location of The Club is across from gate A11 and is accessible to all concourses by train. If you’re visiting from another concourse, be sure to leave yourself enough time to get back to your gate for boarding.

    Amenities include:

    • An open bar
    • Snacks and beverages
    • Comfortable, spacious seating
    • Workstations
    • High-speed Wi-Fi
    • Flight information

    The Club SEA – South Satellite

    Seattle’s second location of The Club is located above gate S9. Take the elevator on the Concourse Level one floor up to the Mezzanine Level for access.

    The South Satellite lounge offers the same amenities as the Concourse A location, plus a complimentary shower facility.

    How to access lounges in the Priority Pass network at SEA?

    There are several ways to access participating Priority Pass lounges, including by purchasing a membership and by enrolling in complimentary membership through certain travel credit cards.

    Purchase a Priority Pass membership

    When you sign up for a membership with Priority Pass, you can choose between three annual plans that cater to different types of travelers. For example, members must pay a fee to enter lounges in addition to the annual membership fee. Prestige memberships offer unlimited lounge visits at no additional fee.

    Regardless of the plan, any Priority Pass membership will provide access to the in-network facilities at Seattle-Tacoma airport.

    Complimentary Priority Pass Select™ membership with Chase Sapphire Reserve

    If you have a Chase Sapphire Reserve® credit card, you can enroll in complimentary Priority Pass Select membership. Priority Pass Select is a membership tier for customers of a U.S. bank or financial institution. Annual credit card fees may apply.

    To begin using your complimentary Priority Pass Select membership, log into your Chase Ultimate Rewards® account for one-time activation. You will then receive your membership card in the mail and through the Priority Pass app.

    In summary

    Although airport lounge access is a primary benefit of Priority Pass, there are plenty of additional travel-related benefits. The network of lounges continues to expand globally, and it includes spas, private suties, retail offers and more.

    Discover other lounges in the Priority Pass network across the United States:

    This article contains the most up-to-date information at the time of publication. Details since publication are subject to change. Visit Priority Pass' official website for the most up-to-date benefits information.

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