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Marriott Rewards adds Priority Pass as Redemption Option

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Marriott Rewards has signed Priority Pass as its newest redemption option. Priority Pass is a membership program that offers access to more than 600 VIP lounges at airports worldwide.

Priority Pass offers three levels of annual membership. The Standard Membership gives access to all the lounges for a visit fee of US$27 per person. The Standard Plus Membership includes 10 free visits, additional visits are charged at US$27 per person per visit. The Prestige Membership includes unlimited access for the member. Members can take accompanied guests into the lounges for a guest visit fee of US$27 per person. Members who redeem points for any of these membership levels will receive an extra three months on their annual membership.

Marriott Rewards members who want to pay for their membership to Priority Pass can join at the special rate of US$199 for a Standard Plus membership, a savings of US$50, and US$359 for a Prestige membership, a savings of US$40, plus an additional three months.

Priority Pass is just the latest in a series of options Marriott Rewards provides members to help make travel less stressful including: redeeming points for CLEAR card memberships, which allows travelers to use express security lanes at airports around the U.S.; and the Luggage Club, which allows people to ship their luggage from door to door.

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