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Priority Pass membership is one of my favorite benefits of the Chase Sapphire Reserve. I’ve been flying Southwest a lot lately (thanks, Companion Pass!), but I was happy to fly JetBlue last week since there is a Priority Pass lounge located in Terminal C at Boston’s Logan International airport.

The newly refurbished Lounge at Boston Logan International Airport is one of two Priority Pass lounges in Boston. Priority Pass members also have access to the Air France lounge in Terminal E. The Lounge is located in Terminal C near Gate C19. Gates C40-42 do not have access to this area. It is open daily from 6:00am to 11:00pm.

Priority Pass Select membership card
You will need to present this Priority Pass membership card to access the lounge

Admittedly, I’ve never been in an airport lounge before. Nevertheless, I was impressed by the size and cleanliness of the lounge.  The right side had a group of comfy arm chairs. The bathroom wasn’t very clean or fancy but it at least saves you from the chaos of the ones in the main terminal.

Seating area at the Lounge at Boston Logan Airport
I chose to sit at a table (and pig out) but there were plenty of arm chairs available

The left side of the lounge features the bar, food buffet, a section of chairs and tables, and desk space by the windows.

Food selection at the Lounge at Boston Logan Airport
The food area had a decent selection of snacks

The food options weren’t extensive but the selections of sandwiches and soups made for a perfect lunch.

Soup at the Lounge at Boston Logan Airport
Two soup options: Clam Chowder and Vegetable

There were also pita triangles with hummus and veggies that were surprisingly delicious. Other buffet items included: two types of pasta salad, vegetables with ranch dip, and cheese and crackers.

Fresh food buffet the Lounge at Boston Logan Airport
There is such thing as a free lunch!

Treats like Milano cookies and jelly beans lined the counter in jars. There were also some grab-and-go snacks like Chewy Bars, Lorna Doones, and apples. This was a nice option for bringing with me on my flight.

Soft drinks at the Lounge at Boston Logan Airport
Diet Coke, my fav!

The fridge had a vast selection of canned fruit juices, sodas, and water.

Drink selection at the Lounge at Boston Logan Airport
More types of juice than a 7-Eleven

While I didn’t have anything from the bar, there appeared to be a good selection of wine, beer, and liquor. If you sit away from the bar, a cocktail waitress can bring you a drink.

Bar area at the Lounge at Boston Logan Airport
The bar area and something scary on TV

While Priority Pass lounge presence is somewhat limited in the United States, I’m happy to have access to one for my domestic travel from Boston. I probably ate and drank $40 worth of food so this is just another one of the ways the Chase Sapphire Reserve can pay for itself. I’m excited to try out and report on the Air France at Logan the next time I’m in Terminal E.

Do you have a favorite Priority Pass lounge?

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