Review: PGA Lounge at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) For Priority Pass Members

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PGA MSP Lounge is a Priority Pass lounge/restaurant. It’s located at Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) across from the Amex Escape Lounge

PGA MSP Lounge differs from what you are used to because it offers credits towards food and beverage to spend at the on-site restaurant, or you can use the credits for the golf experience. You will appreciate the PGA MSP Lounge if you like golfing.
Review: PGA Lounge at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) For Priority Pass Members
PGA MSP Lounge
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    Location

    The PGA MSP Lounge is between the D and E Gates, Terminal 1, across from the Amex Escape Lounge. You take the elevator or stairs to enter the Lounge. 
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    PGA MSP Lounge Location

    Access

    PGA Lounge is a Priority Pass Lounge; therefore, guests with a valid Priority Pass Membership can enter the Lounge by checking in at the front desk, where the golf clothing store cashier is. You simply show your Priority Pass Membership card, and the staff will give you all the information about the voucher credit (more below), amenities and Wi-Fi, etc., within the Lounge. 

    Seats

    PGA MSP Lounge is a lounge/restaurant. So you’ll find lounging seats and tall dining tables and chairs within the Lounge. 
    PGA MSP is split into two sections. One section is the main restaurant, and the other is the Lounge, serving food and drinks. Both sections serve the same food and drinks, and you can go between the two freely. I would recommend the Lounge for a quieter environment, and the area has huge windows to sit and face the MSP airport’s runway. The golf experience is also inside the lounge area. 
    Review: PGA Lounge at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) For Priority Pass Members
    Lounge Seats

    Review: PGA Lounge at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) For Priority Pass Members
    Lounge Seats

    Review: PGA Lounge at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) For Priority Pass Members
    These Seats Face Airport Terminal

    Review: PGA Lounge at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) For Priority Pass Members
    These Seats Frace Airport Runway

    $15 Credit Voucher

    Upon checking into the PGA MSP Lounge, you are given a $15 credit on a small sheet of paper:
    • The credit expires on the day of your visit
    • The credit is valid for each Priority Pass member and guest(s), $15 credit per person. 
    • The credit can be used for food and drinks 
    • The credit can be used for golf experiences
    • The credit cannot be used for gratuity
    • You are responsible for additional charges
    Review: PGA Lounge at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) For Priority Pass Members
    PGA Lounge Priority Pass $15 Credit

    Food & PGA MSP Lounge Menu

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    PGA MSP Lounge Breakfast
    You order the food and drinks off the menu like you are at a restaurant. It’s not buffet food. Each food item has a price; however, you get a $15 credit toward the final bill for being a Priority Pass member. Each of your guests also has a $15 credit to use. 
    We visited the PGA MSP Lounge in the morning. See below for the breakfast and drinks menu:
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    PGA MSP Lounge Menu
    Review: PGA Lounge at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) For Priority Pass Members
    The Main Restaurant Side

    Drinks

    Alcoholic drinks, such as mimosa, etc., are not complimentary, but coffee, tea, and soda are included, so you don have to pay for those. In other words, you do not need to use the $15 credit for non-alcoholic beverages. They are complimentary. 
    There’s a full-service bar inside the Lounge:
    Review: PGA Lounge at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) For Priority Pass Members The Main Restaurant Side
    Lounge Bar

    Golf Experience

    Review: PGA Lounge at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) For Priority Pass Members The Main Restaurant Side
    Golf Clubs
    The PGA Lounge has a golf experience that you can play. It’s not free, but you can use the $15 credit towards it. Here’s the price:
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    PGA MSP Lounge Golf Price

    Review: PGA Lounge at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) For Priority Pass Members The Main Restaurant Side
    Golf Simulators at PGA MSP Lounge

    Review: PGA Lounge at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) For Priority Pass Members
    Golf Experience at PGA MSP Lounge

    Golf Clothing Store

    In addition to all the amenities offered at the PGA MSP Lounge, there’s a clothing store where you check in to enter the lounge. The store sells mainly golfing-related clothing with sales and discounts. 
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    PGA Lounge Clothing Store

    Bathroom

    The lounge section has a unisex bathroom, and it’s private, so one person at a time. The other side with the main restaurant also has bathrooms that are not private. 
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    Inside the Lounge bathroom

    Wi-Fi

    Wi-Fi is free, and a password is required. The paper says PGA Conference, but it kept saying incorrect password for me, so I connected to the PGA Lounge instead. 

    Conclusion

    The PGA MSP Lounge Priority Pass is a lounge/restaurant that offers food and beverage orders and a golf experience. You can access the main restaurant and Lounge as a Priority Pass member. The Lounge is nice, with ample seats offering views of the airport runway and terminal. Each person receives a 15 credit voucher that can be used towards food and alcoholic beverages because non-alcoholic drinks are free. Lounge guests can also use the credit for the golf experience. 

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