Priority Pass Adds More “Be Relax” Airport Spas

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Priority Pass members can get complimentary spa treatments at select airports in the US. The feature was first introduced several months ago, but some more locations have joined the network.

Priority Pass has spas that join.

Priority Pass is the largest network of independent airport lounges in the world. The network has many unique experiences, including dozens of airport restaurants, and most Priority Pass locations are traditional lounges.

Priority Pass members can now receive credits at spas.

I am happy to see a location added. It will be great for back pain after American Airlines Oasis flights.

Priority Pass members get treatments called "Be Relax".

Priority Pass members can receive treatments at the airport spa locations.

30 minute lounger massage.
15 minute lounger massage and O2 — Be Back is a $35 value.
Head Up is a 10 minute Head Massage and O2 with a value of $32.
A 10 minute foot massage is included.

That is something to note.

Who wouldn't love a quick head, foot, or back massage between flights? It is nice to see that more locations are being added, though slowly, as there is a lot of locations in the United States and around the globe. I wonder if the locations that are being added are the ones that need more business the most.

Priority Pass pays participating locations a fixed amount for each visit. In some cases that just goes towards being admitted to a lounge, in some cases that goes towards dining at a restaurant, and in some cases that goes towards another cool experience.

Should you tip at the spas?

The question will likely come up in the comments section, so I figured I would address it. If you tip for a paid spa treatment, you should also tip for a spa treatment through Priority Pass.

Priority Pass is just another form of payment for your massage, like a gift card.
In the USA, there is a expectation of tipping for spa services.

Priority Pass members can enjoy a complimentary spa treatment before or after their flight if they join airport spas. I am crossing my fingers that we see a lot more locations added because this is an awesome concept for Priority Pass to expand. There is an hour-long wait to take advantage of this, so I hope this doesn't get so popular.

What do you think about the spas being added to Priority Pass?

Ben is the founder of OMAAT.