I’m so thrilled about the new Chase Sapphire lounges opening up, I might just skip my flight and stay the whole time to get my points’ worth. In October of last year, the first Chase Sapphire Lounge opened its doors at Hong Kong airport’s Terminal 1, and now, plans for several more lounges in US airports are underway, with a projected debut by mid-to-late 2023.
Chase has confirmed at least eight additional airport lounges, with six locations already announced.
New Chase Sapphire Lounge locations:
- Boston (BOS) in Terminal B to C Connector
- Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) in Terminal D
- Las Vegas (LAS) in Terminal 1, C Gates
- New York (LGA) in Terminal B
- Phoenix (PHX) in Terminal 4 South 1
- San Diego (SAN) in Terminal 2 West
What should we expect and who will have access to these lounges?
The new lounges will offer elevated facilities such as showers and wellness areas and better food and beverage options.
Access to the Chase Sapphire Terrace is exclusive to Chase Sapphire Reserve and JP Morgan Reserve cardholders, while access to the entire network of Chase Sapphire Lounges by the Club is through Priority Pass membership. Priority Pass membership is not exclusive to Chase and can be accessed through other high-fee cards.
It is not clear yet if Chase Sapphire Preferred cardholders will have access to the US lounges, but if you’re looking to upgrade, these are all the reasons why Chase Sapphire Reserve is elite.