7 travel-rewards credit cards that'll reimburse your Global Entry fee every 4 years
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- Global Entry is a fantastic way to save time every time you enter the US.
- Unfortunately, Global Entry isn't free.
- While I believe it's worth the price for frequent travelers, you might as well use a credit card that will reimburse you for the fee, like the Chase Sapphire Reserve or the Platinum Card® from American Express.
Frequent travelers know that having TSA PreCheck or Global Entry makes your airport experience significantly more pleasant, especially during peak travel times.Some of the top travel cards - include the Chase Sapphire Reserve and the Platinum Card from American Express - will reimburse you for the cost of the Global Entry application (which includes access to TSA PreCheck), up to $100.
Global Entry lasts approximately five years, and all the cards on this list cover the cost of your application when you need to renew.
Here are seven top credit cards that cover Global Entry or TSA PreCheck.
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