bones85 wrote: »
The lounges in manchester airport, regarding the complimentary drinks, are these unlimited?
Rickster1978 wrote: »
I didn't see the Caxton FX lounge offer in the article.
If you have a Caxton FX travel card you can get up to 40% off lounges. It's certainly worth a look as it's a decent offer and may be worth mentioning in the article.
Capt_Pugwash wrote: »
Just booked the No 1 Lounge in Birmingham airport for July and got the MSE25 discount....
I am well pleased because it only cost me £39 for two instead of the £52 it would have normally cost. Thanks MSE :T
AndreaR39 wrote: »
We tried to book an airport lounge at Manchester airport for 9 of us travelling to New York in September 2017 back in Jan/Feb and was told that they had no availability- I find this pretty hard to believe given the length of notice of booking! We thought it would be a lovely start to our 40th birthday celebrations, however after numerous emails and phone calls we were massively let down -gutted doesn't even cover it obviously our money isn't "good enough" you would think that businesses in this current climate wouldn't turn down the best part of £200 for a maximum stay of approx 2hrs (duty free shopping and security would take most of the time up before we even got to the lounge) They even stipulate that if you are all on the same flight booking you may be refused entry to the lounge if you all book separately. Poor show on behalf of Aspire and Eclipse Lounges at Manchester Airport - as I said totally gutted
jlfrs wrote: »
Here's 2 tips: there's a 25% discount off all 3 Priority Pass subscriptions here:https://www.prioritypass.com/en/campaigns/ldn/keyword/anniversary?sourcecode=LON25YTAG¤cy=GBP
If you go to TopCashback first you'll get a further 10.5% off.
Regarding what food and drinks are and aren't included in all lounges, the golden rule of thumb is that anything on a menu is to be paid for.
You will also find the quality of these lounges to be generally far lower than the ones you can access with a flight ticket where nothing needs to be paid for, period.
In my opinion, the access to a comfy seat where I can work or sleep, washing facilities and free food and drink on demand are absolutely worth the money, particularly for long haul.
If you plan to get a place via 'clearing'
Lower your band & save £1,000s
Past-best-before health food etc