My family traveled through Harry Reid Las Vegas International Airport (LAS) this week. The Delta Air Lines check-in agent graciously gifted my five-year-old daughter a Delta coloring book and crayons. Then we headed upstairs and visited the American Express Centurion Lounge (read a review now).
Just as we left, my wife had an idea. She asked a Centurion Lounge check-in rep if they had anything for kids: coloring books, stickers, whatever.
Considering that Amex is eliminating the family rooms in Centurion Lounges, I figured this would be an exercise in futility.
But my wife once again proved me wrong!
Sure enough, the Centurion Lounge stocked stickers to give kids. My daughter visited this club four or five times and was never offered stickers. But when my wonderful bride asked, the rep happily handed her a couple of sheets to give our daughter.
The stickers weren’t Amex- or anything-branded. They were farm-themed (as shown by our daughter in the post’s featured image aboveMostost kids love stickers regardless of what’s on them or where they come from. (Pro tip: hide your postage stamps in a spot kiddos can’t access.) Our daughter got a kick out of them (as evidenced by the image at the top of this post). So, if you’re bringing a child into the Centurion Lounge — especially before the guest policy changes kick in next year — ask the front desk if they have stickers for your kid.
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