Airport Lounge Access With Delta Reserve Card? | CreditShout

Airport Lounge Access With Delta Reserve Card?

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Q: If I’m a Delta Reserve card user, do I have access to their airport lounge?

A: With the Delta Reserve card, you get access to Delta’s Skyclub lounge. You and up to 2 guests, or your spouse and any children under the age of 21 can use the lounge for free, usually a $50 per guest cost. The number of international lounges is limited, but there are quite a few domestic lounge locations available.

Amenities include drinks, such as premium cocktails and a fully stocked bar, snacks, Wi-Fi, and private restrooms (much better than having to share a restroom with thousands of other people). At some locations you even have access to showers. Delta Skyclub also offers access to satellite TV offering 18 channels including NBC, Comedy Central, FX, A&E, and others, as well as a selection of popular magazines.

To find if the airport you are heading to has a Skyclub, visit their website. Select Delta Reserve Credit Cardmember and see if your destination is on the list. Hours for the lounge are located to the right. According to the website, you may be able to get access to partner lounges, but “access is subject to the policies and capacity restrictions of each partner lounge.” Standard corporate speak for “maybe, but don’t sue us if it’s not true.”

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