The essential guide to LAS Priority Pass™ lounges

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If you fly through McCarran International Airport on a regular basis, a Priority Pass™ membership could make the busy Las Vegas airport feel more like home.

There are two Priority Pass™ lounges at LAS, one located in Terminal 1 and the other in Terminal 3. They’re run by the same company.

If you fly often, you know how important it can be to have access to a shower or a place to hop on a call when business demands. And if that’s the case, more-exclusive access to airport lounges may be a necessity. Here’s a rundown of what you’ll find at the two LAS Priority Pass™ lounges.


What you should know about the Priority Pass™ lounges at LAS

With a Priority Pass™ lounge in each LAS terminal, you’ll be able to access a lounge no matter which terminal you’re flying out of.

The lounges are very similar — they’re both called The Club at LAS — but they have slightly different hours. The Terminal 1 lounge stays open until 12:30 a.m. (half an hour later than the one in Terminal 3).

The Club at LAS (Terminal 1)

You can find The Club at LAS in Terminal 1. It’s located airside on the second level in Concourse D, on the left above the red line train station.

It’s open daily from 5 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.

You’ll find amenities including …

  • Complimentary snacks and refreshments
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Entertainment options (like TV or magazines)
  • Showers

And if you need to get some work done, you can use the club’s Wi-Fi, PCs or printer.

The Club at LAS (Terminal 3)

The Terminal 3 Club is located airside, just across from Gate E2. Here you’ll find many of the same amenities that you get in the Terminal 1 location, including …

  • Complimentary snacks and beverages, including certain alcoholic beverages
  • Wi-Fi
  • PCs and printers
  • Showers

The operating hours are also slightly different. The Terminal 3 lounge is open from 5 a.m. to midnight daily.

How to get Priority Pass™ lounge access

Priority Pass™ lounges are available to travelers who buy a membership or who have Priority Pass™ Select through their credit card.

A Priority Pass™ membership grants you access to the more than 1,200 lounges in their program all over the world. You’ve got five different options to access the Priority Pass™ lounges at LAS.

  • Day passes: $40 at each lounge
  • Standard Priority Pass™ membership: $99 annual fee; $32 per visit for you and each guest
  • Standard Plus Priority Pass™ membership: $299 annual fee; 10 free visits for you (then $32 per visit), and $32 per visit for each guest
  • Prestige Priority Pass™ membership: $429 annual fee; free unlimited visits for you, and $32 per visit for each guest
  • Priority Pass™ Select: Available to travelers with certain credit cards that include the program as a perk

At a glance: 3 credit cards that include complimentary Priority Pass™ Select membership


Bottom line

If you travel through McCarran International Airport frequently and need a reliable place to get some work done or grab a bite, it’s worth looking into your access options for the LAS Priority Pass™ lounges.

If you travel for work or are always planning your next trip, check out a credit card that offers complimentary Priority Pass™ Select membership. If you’re not scared off by the annual fees, any of these cards could be a helpful companion on upcoming adventures.

Your guide to Priority Pass™ Select membership