Do Amex Centurion Lounges Require a Printed Boarding Pass?
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The short answer to Ben’s question is no, you don’t need to actually print your boarding pass. You can show an electronic version on your phone or other device, so long as it’s scannable. Also, while you should plan to have your boarding pass available, I’ve seen Centurion Lounge agents let it slide on occasion.
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