Designed exclusively for its 30th birthday, the company is launching a Limited-Edition Priority Pass 30th Birthday Membership Card, which comes loaded with Priority Pass lounge access for 30 round trips (60 visits) over the course of five years.
Priority Pass will be giving away only 30 of these cards worldwide to a variety of travellers. The first group is a selection of loyal and long-standing Priority Pass members; a second group can win a limited-edition membership card by entering the Priority Pass #LiveLoveLounge Instagram competition; and the third set of winners comprises ‘Travel Heroes’ from around the world recognised for outstanding contributions to the world of travel, either assisting travellers or the industry during the pandemic, or perhaps playing a critical role in helping it to safely return for the future.
In addition to revealing the exclusive card, Priority Pass is also launching a Spotify playlist, asking members to add their favourite songs.
Making travelling a better experience for members
“Turning 30 is a landmark for us, and something we’re really proud of. We’ve spent the past 30 years helping to transform airport experiences and working to become one of the most loved, trusted travel companions. We know we’re nothing without our members, so it’s them that we wanted our birthday celebration to be all about,” said David Evans, Joint CEO, Collinson.
“Our turning 30 has come at a really important time for the industry. As the world is recovering from the pandemic, people are planning and starting to take their first trips in a long time. It’s a real moment to celebrate all that travel has to offer, which is why we’re rewarding those who are the embodiment of all that travel is, has been, and can be. It’s been a wonderful 30 years, but we’re especially excited for what’s next: continued investment in the very best propositions, so our members can really love their journeys again. We want people to spend the next 30 years with us, starting every journey with Priority Pass.”
Chris Ross, President EMEA, Collinson, added: “Celebrating Priority Pass’ 30th birthday is as much about looking ahead to what the next 30 years might hold, as it is about what the brand and wider industry have achieved over the past three decades. We’re committed to making sure we continue to put the customer and their travel experience at the centre of everything we do. Whether beginning or finishing their journey, we want our members to do it with ease and in style – with a touch of Priority Pass luxury to match.”
Priority Pass provides travellers with access to 1,300 lounges and experiences in over 650 airports in 148 countries.