American Adds Day Passes at Machines

American Airlines passengers now may purchase one-day passes for Admirals Club airport lounges at the airline's self-service check-in machines. They are valid only for the day of travel on American Airlines. One-day lounge passes are now available at domestic airport self-service machines, but may be used at any of American's more than 40 lounges. Cost of the first pass is $50. Up to two additional passes may be purchased for an additional $25 each, for a maximum of three one-day passes per reservation. Additionally, if a customer purchases an Admirals Club lounge annual membership within 30 days of using a one-day pass, up to $100 worth of previously paid pass fees may be applied toward the membership cost. Visit [www.aa.com/selfservice].

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