Groupon is selling Delta Sky Club Lounge Day Passes – again! The last time I saw this offered was back in mid-October, so it is nice to see this come up again right before the holiday travel.

  • For $25, you get a one-visit pass (a $50 value)
  • For $89, you get a five-pass punch card (a $250 value) –> $17.80 per pass!

These passes expire April 30, 2012, so you have about five months to use them. You may purchase up to 3 per person, but as many as you desire as gifts for others. This deal lasts until Also, this deal lasts until Wednesday, December 7, or until sold-out.

The best part of this deal is that these passes can be used when traveling same day on any airline, you do not need to be flying Delta to use the Delta Sky Club Lounge with these passes.

Unfortunately one-day passes are only accepted at select locations (click here to view specific terminal location), including: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago O’Hare, Cincinnati, Dallas, Detroit, Ft. Lauderdale, Honolulu, Indianapolis, Jackson, Los Angeles, Manila (Philippines), Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Nashville, Newark, New Orleans, New York JFK, New York LGA, Orlando, Philadelphia, Portland, Raleigh-Durham, Salt Lake City, San Diego, Santiago (Chile), Sao Paulo (Brazil), Seattle/Tacoma, Tampa, Tokyo (Japan – Narita), Washington, DC, West Palm Beach

Also note that with the Delta American Express Credit Card, you can purchase one-day Sky Club Lounge access passes at the door for $25. If you have the card then there is no point on purchasing the one-day passes as it is the same price (unless of course you plan on getting the 5-pack). Read more about the Delta American Express credit card in a prior post.

Click here to purchase this deal or make sure to go through one of the online shopping malls to get bonus points and miles for your purchase! This new amazing website called Evreward.com will list out all the online shopping portals for a specific vendor and tell you the number of points/miles you will earn with every dollar spent. This site, however, does not seem to pick up any one day bonus opportunities, so you will still need to do some research on your own to really maximize. You can also read a prior post which lists out all the online shopping malls and gives you more detail on how to get the biggest bang for your buck with online shopping!

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  • Dan said,

    Did Delta change the access policy? The website now says access with a Delta boarding pass, before I thought it was any boarding pass.

    Also, are these one-visit passes as opposed to one-day passes, that is you could not visit multiple lounges on the same day?

  • dealswelike said,

    @Dan – The fine print for the Groupon states: “Valid only when traveling same-day on any airline.” Where did you see a Delta boarding pass is needed?

    I cannot find anywhere about the one-visit or one-day pass question. I will let you know what I find out after some research.

  • Dan said,

    You’re right, my confusion is here Delta says Delta boarding pass:

    http://www.delta.com/traveling_checkin/airport_information/delta_sky_club/sky_club_locations/index.jsp

    Please note that you must show a photo ID and a same-day Delta boarding pass or a valid Delta Sky Club membership card or invitation to enter the Club. Partner lounge access is subject to the policies and capacity restrictions of each partner lounge.

    But under “purchase one day pass” it says what the Groupon fine print says.

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