1. My travel habits have changed- I am taking more flights within North America compared to international, which does not give me the same opportunity to use the pass
2. My new company will not pay for it.
If I did think that Priority Pass was worth the money I would certainly still pay for it myself- but I had forgotten about one of their bad habits- charging your credit card automatically for the next year’s service. My current Priority Pass is valid until April 2007- it just expired today in fact. Three weeks ago I received my new pass for next year- along with a charge on my credit card. The credit card charge wasÂ on March 5th- even though I had another card valid until April 1st.
OK so they charged my card early, I thought. I called Priority Pass to ask for the card to be cancelled and was told that I had to mail back the card. So I sent back the card immediately and have now been waiting three weeks and still have not gotten my money back. I hope that I do not have to wait too long because pretty soon I will dispute the charge with my credit card company.
I still think Priority Pass can be worth the money- but you really have to look carefully at the airports you will be using. For example, some of the main reasons I stopped using it is that I cannot use it in Montreal (my home airport), and JFK as I often pass through the Delta terminal.