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I wrote a post about CLEAR and how much I like it. See details below. I was asked how to get a deal on a CLEAR membership, so here you go (I personally see value in it even for $179 but, of course it is always better to save money.) Keep in mind that the Gold Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express and the Platinum Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express have limited time offers right now that will be expiring soon. If you had planned on taking look at these cards, now is a great time to do so. Having these cards will also save you on your CLEAR membership.
How To Save $100 On CLEAR Membership
SkyMiles offers Member-only rates off of the standard $179 annual membership to CLEAR’s biometric service:
- Diamond Medallion® Members: Complimentary
- Platinum, Gold and Silver Medallion Members: $79 per year
- Delta SkyMiles Credit Card Members: $79 per year *
- General SkyMiles Members: $99 per year
*Gold Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express, Platinum Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card from American Express, Delta Reserve Credit Card from American Express, as well as the business versions of theses, Gold Delta SkyMiles Business Credit Card, Platinum Delta SkyMiles Business Credit Card, and Delta Reserve for Business Credit Card.
As previously posted.…Every once in a while there is a major deal that for travelers that comes around. Something that is a true game changer. Not everyone jumps on it at once. But for those who do, it’s a major deal for traveling. This major deal that I just experienced is a huge game changer. Something that will not only improve the way I travel, but also my family. It will shave off potential long periods of dead time from most of my trips and give more certainty when planning arrival times to airports. The major deal for travelers is CLEAR which will greatly improve travel experiences and I’ll share my CLEAR experience from a recent trip.
Major Deal For Travelers
If you haven’t heard of it, CLEAR is the quickest and fastest way to clear airport security. It’s expanding and currently as of the time of this post, open in 16 airport CLEAR locations, after just opening up in New York and Atlanta.
How To Use CLEAR
Step 2) Step into CLEAR lane and verify your credentials with a boarding pass
Step 3) Speed through security in less than 5 minutes and enjoy your free time.
CLEAR Security Lane Process
For me, the CLEAR security lane process is the best part. Using CLEAR literally bypasses all the other passengers in other lines. You’ll avoid the long lines of regular security and skip the people in the TSA Pre lines.
My CLEAR Experience
During a recent experience, there was a line around the corner in TSA Pre. I simply walked up, scanned my boarding pass, tapped my two fingers onto a key pad, then was escorted to secure door where the CLEAR gentleman said ” CLEAR Registered Passenger Cleared”. I walked right up to the conveyor, placed my bag on the belt, walked through the normal TSA Pre screening process, grabbed my bag and was on my way to the gate. It literally took less than 3 minutes. Precious time savings and more certainty in amount of time I need before the airport.
How To Get CLEAR
You can enroll for CLEAR online by simply visiting this link. Then all you have to do is stop by a kiosk the next time you are at a CLEAR airport location. Then you’ll be setup to use the fast lane at available airports.
The next major deal for travelers to improve the experience is here. It’s called CLEAR. If you’ve experienced it before, please drop a note about your experience in the comments. Others would like to hear. If you haven’t heard of CLEAR, consider checking it out.
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