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guest privileges

The rights to make certain types of changes and the permissions to access particular groups of files that are assigned to a non-registered user of a system or service. See guest and guest network.
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The club also offers a Planet Fitness Black Card for $19.99 a month that includes free guest privileges, unlimited tanning, use of the massage chairs and access to all Planet Fitness clubs in other locations.
What if you make the use of your pool subject to a "membership?" All residents desiring to use the pool would pay $1 to become pool members with guest privileges. Would this be a buffer against the "public" definition that seems to be gaining traction?
This historic five-star property in the exclusive San Isidro district has 83 suites and offers guest privileges at the Lima Golf Club across the street.
Current Ringling Members may upgrade their membership at anytime to enjoy additional benefits such as guest privileges; VIP event invitations; complimentary Monday Night Movie Passes, Private Places Tours of Ca' d'Zan and admission to over 400 museums.
All residents will receive exclusive guest privileges and direct billing at hotel facilities, as well as preferred discount rates for condominium owners' friends and family.
Guest services include high-speed Internet, cable-TV with on-demand movies, valet parking, concierge services, a swimming pool, an indoor exercise facility and guest privileges at the adjacent Santa Clara Golf & Tennis Club.