Priority Pass, a service that grants its members a free or subsidised entree to its numerous airport lounges all over the world, is a highly coveted item for frequent travellers. While most airline lounges are only available to their frequent fliers and business/first class customers, Priority Pass provides access to a lounge in most airports around the world for a fee. For instance, its most basic Standard plan, which costs US$99 annually, lets members enter any of its member lounges for a small fee of US$27. On the other end of the spectrum, its Prestige plan grants free lounge visits for an annual fee of US$399. But, is this service really worth the cost for most consumers in Singapore? We crunched the numbers to find out.

Most Consumers Don’t Travel Frequently Enough for Priority Pass

For the vast majority of Singaporeans, paying for a Priority Pass membership would …