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Volume 26 No. 89
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Chargers Debuting LUX Premium Membership Program For '20 Season

The Private Suite members pay up to $4,500 annually to benefit from expedited security
Photo: THE PRIVATE SUITE
The Private Suite members pay up to $4,500 annually to benefit from expedited security
Photo: THE PRIVATE SUITE
The Private Suite members pay up to $4,500 annually to benefit from expedited security
Photo: THE PRIVATE SUITE

The Chargers are set to move into the new Inglewood stadium next year, and suite owners will be "incentivized as the organization debuts" the Chargers LUX premium membership program to coincide with the venue change, according to Michael LoRe of FORBES. Chargers LUX "connects suite owners to the Los Angeles lifestyle through exclusive access to high-end hospitality, business and entertainment benefits year round." Membership includes "access to Spring Place, Velocity Black concierge service and The Private Suite terminal" at LAX. Located in Beverly Hills, Spring Place is a "workspace and private membership club for the city's visionaries and entrepreneurs to work, socialize and relax; resident membership is $1,250 per month." Velocity Black is a "members club and concierge service for high-end experiences, travel, dining and accommodation." Membership fees to this "invitation-only service cost $2,800 per year." The Private Suite is a "new gate into LAX where members pay up to $4,500 annually to benefit from expedited security, await their departure ... in personal suites, and are driven directly to their aircraft." Chargers LUX will "eventually feature a tiered system as it expands to include the rest of the team's fan base, including club suites and other premium properties while incorporating various other partners." The program was inspired by the "invitation-only American Express Centurion Black Card" (FORBES.com, 9/11).