*How to get free airport lounge access with free food and drink!*
Good morning everyone! I hope you all have had a great weekend. I am now away for a quick pre-christmas holiday in NY so I will not be posting any market analysis or trading education blog posts this week.
I will however, provide you with a great travel hack that can make your airport experiences much more pleasant and hopefully save you a nice bit of cash as well.
Food and drink in an airport isn’t cheap. And you often spend at least 2 hours sat waiting in an airport before you travel and most of us just tend to spend spend spend. So here is a nice little offer for you.
If you apply for an American Express Rewards Gold Card then you get complimentary airport lounge visits every year you are a member and in these lounges you also get unlimited free food and drink! Yes, that’s right… unlimited beers!
Okay, so the American Express Rewards Gold Card has lots of perks including rewards for spending money and exclusive discounts etc. and because of this it does cost £140 per year for membership. However!… the first year is completely free of charge!
Therefore you can get all the perks for absolutely zero cost!
I personally believe that I eat and drink almost £100 worth of food and drink when I visit the airport lounge considering the average cost of a pint of beer is over £5 and a large glass of wine is around £10.
Plus, you get the added benefits of free hot food, comfy seats, charging points and newspapers etc. and all of this is completely free of charge in your first year!
Important: Just make sure you cancel the auto renewal on the American Express Rewards Gold Card so you don’t get charged the £140 in a years time if you don’t want to keep the card and it’s benefits.
Click on the link below to get your American Express Gold Card and go and enjoy your free airport lounge access!
DISCLAIMER: None of the information posted on this site is to be considered investment/financial advice. Trading is high risk and you should only trade with money you can afford to lose.