Priority Pass Lounge JFK: WingTips for Cold Turkey

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Priority Pass JFK Lounge Review is part of the TPOL in NYC ongoing Trip Report.


The typical JetBlue flight from NYC to SJU was replaced by Delta. I had $150 in Delta giftcards to burn and made use of it. Unlike in the past, I was unable to access the SkyPesos Lounge (see Delta Sky Club JFK: The One Without the Hot Dogs & Delta Sky Club JFK: Hot Dog Eating Contest ) because I cancelled the cost-prohibitive Amex Platinum card (see Keep Vs. Cancel: Amex Platinum Charles Schwab). No matter, with my Priority Pass membership, I, along with passengers on this distinguished group of airlines, could enjoy the WingTips lounge.

I had low expectations going in but was pleasantly surprised.

Seating

It is packed but there are many places to sit.

Drinks

A wide selection of beer and a solid selection of self-serve liquor were available.

Food

There was a smorgasbord of salads. For those watching their weight, lettuce, turkey, and Diet Coke are a safe option (sodium notwithstanding).

Priority Pass JFK Lounge Review

Overall

A lounge is better than no lounge. And this one is better than that.


Priority Pass JFK Lounge Review is part of the TPOL in NYC ongoing Trip Report.

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