The essential guide to Priority Pass™ lounges at Boston Logan International Airport

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In a Nutshell

If you hold a Priority Pass™ or Priority Pass™ Select membership, there are three lounges and a couple of restaurants you can take advantage of before your next flight at Boston Logan International Airport.

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Flying in or out of Boston soon? Don’t miss the opportunity to spend your preflight or layover time in a relaxing airport lounge instead of the busy main terminals.

Boston Logan International Airport has three Priority Pass™ lounges, plus two restaurants where you can receive discounts if you have a Priority Pass™ membership: one restaurant is located in Terminal B, one lounge and a restaurant are in Terminal C, and two lounges are in Terminal E (where most international flights arrive).

Things you should know about Priority Pass™ lounges at Boston Logan International Airport

Priority Pass™ lounges and restaurants with discounts for cardholders at the Boston airport include:

  • Stephanie’s — Terminal B
  • The Lounge — Terminal C
  • Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar and Grill — Terminal C
  • The Club — Terminal E
  • Air France Lounge — Terminal E

Stephanie’s: Terminal B

Terminal B doesn’t have any lounges, but you can use your Priority Pass™ membership to get a discounted meal at Stephanie’s, a restaurant offering “sophisticated comfort food in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere,” according to the Priority Pass™ website.

Priority Pass™ members are welcome to use their discounts at the restaurant, which is open from 4:30 a.m. until closing, which is 30 minutes before the last scheduled flight departure. With your membership card and a same-day boarding pass, you can get $28 off your bill at Stephanie’s, which will count as a single lounge visit. If you bring a guest, you can receive $56 off your bill.

You’ll find Stephanie’s after you pass security on the departures level across from Gate B24. 

The Lounge: Terminal C

If you’re in Terminal C, you can visit a Priority Pass™ lounge that’s called, simply, The Lounge. You’ll find it across from Gate C19 on the concourse level.

The Lounge offers plentiful seating and a number of amenities including:

  • Refreshments
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Wi-Fi
  • TV
  • Flight information
  • Local faxing

Guests are welcome to bring children 12 and younger at no additional cost. This lounge also allows you to use your Priority Pass™ digital membership card to gain access.

The Lounge is open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day. If it becomes too busy, you may be denied access, particularly from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar and Grill: Terminal C

Before you cross through security at Terminal C, you can use your Priority Pass™ membership to get a discounted meal at Jerry Remy’s Sports Bar and Grill, located on the departures level across from the Alaska Airlines check-in counter.

The restaurant, named after Boston icon Jerry Remy, a commentator for Boston Red Sox broadcasts and former Major League Baseball player, offers classic New England fare. Priority Pass™ members can use their cards to gain access from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

With your membership card (and boarding pass with same-day travel), you can get $28 off your meal and/or drinks at the restaurant — which represents one lounge visit using your membership card. And if you bring one guest, you can get $56 off your final bill.

The Club: Terminal E

The Club, which also accepts the digital membership card, which you can access on the Priority Pass™ app, allows you to bring children 12 and younger at no additional cost.

The lounge offers a number of amenities including:

  • Wi-Fi
  • Shower
  • Refreshments
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • TV
  • Flight information
  • Fax

You’ll find The Club after you’ve gone through security in Terminal E. Turn left, take the elevator down one level and look for the lounge sign. This lounge is open daily from 5:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.

Air France Lounge: Terminal E

Although this lounge is named the Air France Lounge, as long as you hold a Priority Pass™ or Priority Pass™ Select membership, you don’t need to be flying Air France to access the lounge. Simply show your membership card or your digital membership card to be admitted.

Located in Terminal E, you’ll find this lounge by turning right after you pass through security and taking the designated lounge elevator or stairs down to the lounge.

The lounge allows a maximum stay of three hours. Only children younger than 2 are admitted free. Inside, you’ll find plenty of seating along with amenities including:

  • Wi-Fi
  • Flight information
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Refreshments
  • TV
  • Fax

The Air France lounge is open from 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. every day.

How to get Priority Pass™ lounge access

To access one of these relaxing spots in Boston to await your flight, you’ll need to either purchase a membership plan directly with Priority Pass™, which can cost between $99 and $399 annually, or have a premium credit card that offers cardholders Priority Pass™ Select membership.

If you purchase a membership, the plan you choose determines how much you pay when you visit lounges in the network.

  • Standard: $99 annual fee; $27 per visit for you and each guest
  • Standard plus: $249 annual fee; 10 free visits for you (then $27 per visit), plus $27 per visit for each guest
  • Prestige: $399 annual fee; free visits for you, $27 per visit for each guest

Those who hold travel credit cards that offer Priority Pass™ Select membership typically still need to enroll in the Priority Pass™ Select program in order to access the lounges. You can typically activate your membership online or by calling your credit card issuer. Contact your card issuer to find out how to enroll in Priority Pass™ Select membership.

Credit cards that include complimentary Priority Pass™ Select membership

A variety of premium travel credit cards offer cardholders Priority Pass™ Select membership, which you can use at the lounges at Boston Logan International Airport and more than 1,200 airport lounges around the world. Here are a few of the cards that offer complimentary Priority Pass™ Select membership:

Credit Card Annual Fee
Chase Sapphire Reserve® $450
Platinum Card® from American Express $550
Citi Prestige® Card $450

Chase Sapphire Reserve®

Chase Sapphire Reserve® earns cardholders Chase Ultimate Rewards® points that can be transferred to a variety of airline and hotel partners.

Cardholders get complimentary access to more than 1,200 airport lounges worldwide after one-time enrollment in Priority Pass™ Select and may bring up to two guests at no additional charge beginning Aug. 26, 2018.

Other perks of Chase Sapphire Reserve® include:

  • Up to $300 in travel statement credits for travel purchases charged to your card each account anniversary year
  • A statement credit of up to $100 for the TSA Pre✓® or Global Entry application fee once every four years
  • 3x points on travel and dining purchases, 1 point per dollar spent on other purchases
  • No foreign transaction fees

Platinum Card® from American Express

In addition to offering Priority Pass™ Select membership, you’ll also get access to other airport lounges including:

  • The Centurion® Lounge
  • International American Express Lounges
  • Delta SkyClub® (when flying Delta)
  • Airspace Lounges
  • Escape Lounges

After you enroll in Priority Pass™ Select, you can also bring two guests to Priority Pass™ lounges with you free, where applicable.

Platinum Card® from American Express offers a handful of additional travel benefits, including:

  • 5x Membership Rewards® points on flights booked directly with airlines or with American Express Travel
  • 5x Membership Rewards® points on eligible hotels booked on amextravel.com
  • 1x Membership Rewards® point per dollar on eligible purchases everywhere else
  • Up to $200 airline fee credit for incidentals at one qualifying airline of your choice per calendar year
  • Up to $200 in Uber credits for U.S. rides annually (for basic card members only)
  • A statement credit of up to $100 every four years for Global Entry or TSA Pre✓® application fees
  • No foreign transaction fees

Citi Prestige® Card

When you hold the Citi Prestige® Card, you’ll get a free membership to Priority Pass™ Select and the ability to bring two guests into the lounges for no additional cost.

Other travel perks that come with the Citi Prestige® Card include:

  • Annual $250 air travel credit
  • 3x ThankYou® points per dollar on purchases at airlines, hotels and travel agencies
  • 2x ThankYou® points per dollar on dining and entertainment purchases
  • 1x ThankYou® point per dollar spent on other purchases
  • Fourth night free after a minimum four consecutive night stay at a hotel booked through ThankYou.com or the Citi Prestige® concierge
  • $100 Global Entry application fee credit once every five years
  • No foreign transaction fees

Bottom line

Before you head to Boston Logan International Airport for your next flight, be sure to research the various Priority Pass™ lounges and restaurants available to find the one closest to your departure gate. Having an hour or so to relax in peace and quiet before heading to your destination could be a wonderful treat.


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