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Check your email! Via TravelSkills, JetBlue is sending promotion codes to its elite members to redeem for TSA PreCheck enrollment. That’s worth $85.
This is a nice bonus if you (like most of us these days!) want to avoid long lines and save time at the airport.
If you’re not a JetBlue elite flyer, you can still get TSA PreCheck for free and avoid long security lines if you have certain cards. I’ll remind you how!
Free TSA PreCheck for JetBlue Mosaic Members
Link: JetBlue Mosaic
Folks who have JetBlue Mosaic elite status as of today, June 30, 2016, should receive a promotion code via email to use for free TSA PreCheck enrollment. The fee is normally $85.
So I’m glad I shared with you how to match your Southwest Companion Pass to JetBlue Mosaic. Because now it’s extra useful to those of y’all who took part!
Normally, you’ll earn Mosaic status by flying 30 segments and earning 12,000 base JetBlue points, or earning 15,000 base JetBlue points in a calendar year.
Easy Ways to Get the TSA PreCheck Fee Refunded
- AMEX Platinum cards (The Platinum Card from American Express, The Enhanced Business Platinum Card from American Express OPEN, and The Platinum Card from American Express Exclusively for Mercedes-Benz)
- Citi® / AAdvantage® Executive World Elite™ Mastercard®
- Citi Prestige® Card
Check out my posts on how to get a faster Global Entry appointment, which Global Entry centers accept same day walk-ins, and how to renew your Global Entry membership online.
And if you travel between the US and Canada frequently, you might consider applying for NEXUS instead. It’s only $50 for 5 years, and gets you TSA PreCheck and Global Entry.