A Delta Points Mileage Run to Wenatchee (EAT) – The CLUB at SEA

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A Delta Points Mileage Run to Wenatchee (EAT) – Planning & positioning for the run
A Delta Points Mileage Run to Wenatchee (EAT) – The run to EAT & back
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A Delta Points Mileage Run to Wenatchee (EAT) – The CLUB at SEA
A Delta Points Mileage Run to Wenatchee (EAT) – The totals and points earned

The CLUB at SEA Delta Points blog review (1)

In the “S” concourse in SeaTac or Seattle airport, very near the Delta Skyclub, you will find the much smaller CLUB at SEA that may be worth a look depending on the time of day.

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And of course depending on if you can get into the club. Before, if you had an INK card, you got two entrances free. The better way is priority pass that you can get FREE with the non-Delta AMEX Platinum card or the non-Delta AMEX Business Platinum card as well (or even the add-on card to either of those two as well).

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If you can find gate S9, you can find The CLUB at SEA.

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The lounge, like The CLUB at ATL serves as the club for other major airlines that do not have their own clubs in SEA

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In fact, part of the lounge is glassed off as an ANA 1st class passenger only area.

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The main “room” if you will in the lounge is not all that big and shaped like an “L” as you can see and when full-ish not all that quiet either.

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But in addition to the main room you do have more choices including conference room that no one was using and golf was on so I did use it 🙂

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I like having a separate TV type room, no matter what they call it, and I would make a bee-line here.

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And enjoy a number of nice complimentary drinks. Across from this room is also a small quiet room.

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Only really room for one, but if open a nice place to get some work done or make a call in quiet.

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Also at this end of the lounge you have some computers but everyone in the area will be looking over your shoulder.

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Now on to food choices. Well, not really food choices, but snacks.

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And the bar is VERY tiny but has a number of good choices all of which are complimentary.

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I guess one of the best parts of the lounge was the view from the window area working bench. Nothing like plane spotting this Delta bird in a sea of Southwest tails!

I would certainly consider this lounge if you want good free drinks and it is not too crowded or if you can enjoy the TV room mostly to yourself. Maybe do this, pop up to the $kyPub and have soup and salad then come down here to relax and enjoy? – René
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7 comments

  1. Rene on my recent EAT MR I attempted to access the Club through Priority Pass and was informed that I should come back around 2:30 PM (I was there at about 11:30 AM). The rep said they were at maximum for Priority Pass customers. The entire terminal was very crowded with International travelers.

    I then went to the Skyclub for the usual Skygrub.

    By the way The Club is located in the former Skyclub location before the Skyclub relocated upstairs to a more “glorious” Skygrub experience. (NOT)

  2. I was in Seattle a couple of times last year. The Delta Sky Club had a great view, but I found it to be rather small and lacking a lot of amenities considering the huge push Delta is making to transform Seattle into a quasi-hub-slash-international gateway for the Pacific. When I was there each time, the two showers weren’t operational because of a labor union disruption. Also, the club was too crowded during peak times. It would be different if Delta had a separate Sky Club for international departures in Seattle, but it doesn’t.

    As for this third-party lounge, I’m curious to know whether the ANA first-class section is policed or whether it’s on the honor system.

  3. i do the back and forth to club and delta in atlanta as delta has somewhat better so called luxury wines( not in reality they are under 10-12 per bottle)and the club has sandwiches and nice soups with cheese plate and other things but their wine is worse than Delta….

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