One of the great perks about the Barclay’s Arrival World Mastercard, that both Lisa & I have, is complimentary membership to TripIt Pro.

free regus membership from tripit pro

Right now, Regus, that runs business lounges world wide, is offering Trip It Pro users free one year access with the code: TRPPRE10

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These lounges are not the same as your standard Skyclub or even the Lounge in AMS for example but if you do not have access to those and want to get to a quiet spot, say at Schiphol Airport, with free wifi and some refreshments (when available) this works and again it is free.

regus and tripitpro activation done

This can also come in handy when traveling to other places and you want to find a spot in the city for some free wifi to catch up on emails etc. Happy Monday everyone – René

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Posted by Delta Points | 2 Comments

2 Responses to “1 year FREE Regus lounge access from TripIt pro”

  1. Sathish says:

    Thank you

  2. Hua says:

    I wouldn’t go for this since it is only for a Businessworld Preferred membership, which only provides 15 visits. Suggest holding out for free Regus BusinessWorld Gold memberships (which are frequently offered to members of hotel and rental car programs) for unlimited visits.

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