American Airlines' Admirals Club Offers New 30-Day Membership

American Airlines announced a 30-day Admirals Club Lounge membership for only $99. It offers the same benefits of an annual Admirals Club membership for a period of 30 consecutive days from the date of purchase.

“The 30-day membership provides our customers with even more options to suit their travel needs,” said Nancy Knipp, American’s Managing Director – Premium Services. “Whether traveling for business or pleasure, guests can enjoy all the amenities our Admirals Club lounges have to offer with a membership that complements their travel schedule.”

The 30-day membership provides the key to the private surroundings and state-of-the-art amenities found in American’s more than 40 Admirals Club lounges worldwide.  

Benefits of Admirals Club membership include:
- Assistance with reservations
- Ability to bring up to two guests or immediate family members
- Complimentary Wi-Fi in all locations
- Complimentary coffee, tea, soft drinks and snacks
- Complimentary well drinks, house wines and beer throughout the U.S. and complimentary beverages at our international locations
- Fresh food available for purchase in all domestic U.S. locations
- Spa-like showers, cyber cafés and children's rooms in select locations
- Conference rooms available at discounted member rates

Memberships may be purchased online with a credit card at or in any Admirals Club location. The cost per 30-day membership is the same regardless of tier level in the AAdvantage program.  AAdvantage miles cannot be redeemed as a form of payment for the 30-day membership.  Customers who purchase a 30-day membership will also receive a renewal-pricing discount of $50 on the purchase of an annual Admirals Club membership at the end of the 30-day membership.

For frequent travelers wishing to purchase a new, annual Admirals Club membership, prices are based on the level of American AAdvantage membership and range from $350 or 50,000 AAdvantage miles for a new Executive Platinum membership to $500 or 80,000 miles for a regular membership.  One-day passes are also available and can be purchased online, at self-service check-in machines, or any Admirals Club location for $50.

American recently opened a brand new Admirals Club in San Francisco; completed an expansion to its JFK C Admirals Club and last year completed extensive renovations to its Boston Admirals Club and its London Heathrow Admirals Club and Flagship Lounge. Extensive renovations are currently underway at American’s LaGuardia D Admirals Club and construction will begin later this month on American’s brand-new club at LaGuardia.


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