Get access to AirNZ and Singapore Airlines lounges for just $300

By danwarne, April 6 2011
Get access to AirNZ and Singapore Airlines lounges for just $300

If you regularly travel with Air New Zealand or Singapore Airlines, but more often in economy than business class, here's a great deal available for a very limited time.

US Airways is offering membership to its US Airways Club for just $US259 for one year (plus a one-off US$50 joining fee). And because US Airways is part of the Star Alliance, alongside Air New Zealand and Singapore Airlines, your US Airways Club card will also provide access to AirNZ's Koru and Singapore Airline's SilverKris lounges.

On top of that, you'll also enjoy entry to any of the 970 airport lounges operated by Star Alliance member airlines all over the world.

Given the Aussie dollar's current parity against the US dollar, that means you can get access to these lounges for around $309. It's a privilege for which Air New Zealand charges $761. Singapore Airlines doesn't even sell access to its lounges – entry is restricted to business or first class passengers and those at an appropriate membership level in its KrisFlyer programme.

US Airways is running this special promotion for just two days – the offer expires at the close of business on April 7th in the US, or April 8th Australian time. To get the deal, you have to buy the membership via this link.

If you're planning an international trip with Star Alliance member airlines in the next three months, there's also a 90 day membership for $120 which will get you into all the Star Alliance airport lounges.

Tip of the hat to Boarding Area, which spotted this great deal.

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

06 Apr 2011

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Do you have to use the us air rewards number on star alliance flights for this to work or can u still use other star alliance reward program numbers ?


24 Oct 2010

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The lounge access is separate to the frequent flyer number you use on your booking - as long as you have the US Airways Club card and a booking with a Star Alliance member airline, you'll have no problem getting access to any Star Alliance lounge.

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

05 Jun 2012

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Chairman Preferred seems cheaper than Platinum with Dividend Miles member being most expensive - is there a reason?


14 Aug 2014

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Has anyone tryed this yet? 

24 Apr 2012

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Hi jsr,

This article is quite old and US Airways is no longer a member of the Star Alliance (now it's in Oneworld), so you'd best check which lounges US Airways Club membership will let you access before buying.

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