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I like discounts but I ADORE freebies. Last week I was excited to offer readers $10 off of their first lounge visit through LoungeBuddy, the amazing travel app bringing lounge access to everyone. Well, it’s midnight, I am awake, and I am writing on a Friday night because the good folks at LoungeBuddy emailed to say they have 50 Free lounge passes to give away for Heathrow and Hong Kong airports!  

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LoungeBuddy is celebrating it’s partnership with Plaza Premium Lounges by offering fifty readers traveling between May 1st-May 15th a completely complimentary lounge pass. To grab access you need to simply be one of the first fifty people to email support@loungebuddy.com with the title “Plaza Premium Lounge Free Visit”. Be sure to mention that you heard about the app (and the freebie) on here. This is simple, this is great, and you are an idiot if you haven’t nearly finished typing that email to them already. Lounges are the simplest travel game changer and whether you are traveling out of T2 or T4 at Heathrow or T1 at Hong Kong, you can snag yourself a free pass and some drinks to make the flight go down even smoother.

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If lady luck has left by the time you send your email, don’t forget that you can still get an exclusive $10 off your first lounge visit using the code “GSTPSAVE” when you download the LoungeBuddy App HERE. Oh and they are also running a contest where ten winners will receive $100 in lounge credit right HERE. In the words of Larry David, “what’s not to like”?

Get In Touch: GodSaveThePoints@gmail.com

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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