New Alaska Lounge at SeaTac Now Open

A new Alaska Lounge has opened at SeaTac’s North Concourse. The new lounge is over 15,800 square feet, making it the biggest Alaska Lounge ever. The lounge is located on the Mezzanine level, above gates N13-18. That means it features great views of the apron, runways, and Olympic Mountains.

With the opening of this lounge, the current Alaska Lounge in the concourse (located between gates N1 & N2) is closing.

How to access Alaska Lounges

While the Alaska Lounges in Anchorage, Los Angeles, New York, and Portland, belong to Priority Pass, the lounges in Seattle don’t. If you’re looking to access the Seattle lounges, you have a few options:

Book a paid first class ticket on any Alaska flight (awards and cash tickets qualify, while upgrades don’t)

Buy an Alaska Lounge annual membership, which ranges in cost from $295-450, depending on your status

Buy a day pass for $50, though if you have the Alaska Airlines Visa® Credit Card you get 50% off, so it costs only $25 (learn more about this card, and learn more about the best credit cards for earning Alaska miles)

Admirals Club members get access to Alaska Lounges when flying Alaska or American same day.