ACCESS LUFTHANSA LOUNGES IN MUNICH WITH AMERICAN EXPRESS PLATINUM
The 3rd C in The Flight Doc’s Law of 5Cs refers to Compounding – or being able to ramp up your points-earning abilities.
Whilst The Flight Doc’s strategies to fly First Class for less than the cost of Economy don’t require you to sign-up to credit cards – they can give your travel opportunities a huge boost.
The Platinum Card by American Express is a brilliant and important card in the wallet of many savvy and sophisticated frequent flyers.
I am a huge fan of this card and use it everyday.
One of my favourite and most used card benefits is lounge access.
The Platinum Card gives access to a wide range of airport lounges around the world including Virgin Australia lounges, Delta SkyClubs, and American Express Centurion Lounges.
A new addition for Platinum Cardholders are the Lufthansa Business and Senator lounges at Munich Airport Terminal 2.
If you are flying Lufthansa, Swiss or Austrian from Terminal 2, then you can access the Lufthansa Business Lounge. If you are flying in Business Class, then you can access the Lufthansa Senator Lounge.
Whilst there is no free guest access to these lounges, any supplementary cardholders will also have access.
Right now – you can sign up through The Flight Doc’s referral link and receive 100,000 Membership Rewards points when you apply by 28 September 2017, are approved and spend $1,500 on your new Card in the first 3 months of Card Membership.
The Platinum Card from American Express is an exclusive card, and not everyone will be eligible for approval.
But if you are – you can enjoy the ultimate level of benefits.
One of the most important skills that I teach at my course Fly First Class Forever in Sydney on 10-12 November 2017, is to maximise your points and miles earning opportunities.
Places are limited so make sure that you sign up now to attend!
Using some advanced strategies taught by The Flight Doc you will be able to quickly and easily find and take advantage of the best travel and points opportunities. To learn more about courses and training with The Flight Doc check out www.theflightdoc.com, and subscribe to our free Tricks, Tips & Travel Secrets newsletter using the form on the right-hand side of the page.
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