Hurry and Use 2,500 United Miles to Experience the Newark United Polaris Lounge

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Run, don’t walk, if you want to use 2,500 United miles to pick up a ticket to get in the yet-to-open new United Polaris Lounge in Newark! Via the MileagePlus Exclusives site, you can use your 2,500 United miles to snag admission to what I’m sure is a gorgeous lounge and fun event to be held on June 1, 2018, before the new lounge officially opens to the public.

Polaris Lounge in San Francisco

Getting into this lounge will normally require an eligible international first or business class ticket on United or a Star Alliance partner, so this will by far be the least expensive way to enjoy the Polaris Lounge. My bet is that these sneak preview tickets will sell out today, so don’t delay if you want to go, this is your chance.

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My friend, Michael, went to the similar event last month for the Polaris Lounge in San Francisco and had a great time enjoying the space, food, and drinks as he later shared here. I’m already booked that day, or I’d try to check out the Newark Polaris Lounge for myself, though fingers crossed the Houston United Polaris Lounge opening is right around the corner.

You choose between available two-hour timeslots, and there are some additional packages available if you have a co-branded United card or United elite status. Anyone snag a package to experience this brand new high-end United lounge for just 2,500 miles?

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    • At the SFO event, they provided gate passes to those not flying that day so you can get past security without same-day travel.

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