(EXPIRED) Earn $100 travel credit with CLEAR enrollment

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In the past, CLEAR has occasionally offered bonuses for enrolling in the service. These can be very valuable for folks that have CLEAR credits on one or more Amex Platinum cards, as it makes it possible to sign-up themselves, friends or family for free using the credit and then capture the enrollment bonus.

Usually these promotions have involved Uber credit, but this time it might be even more lucrative. CLEAR is now offering new enrollees $100 in “travel credit” by signing up for CLEAR and using the promo code TRAVELREWARD100.

CLEAR kiosks airport

The Deal

  • Get a $100 in travel credit when signing-up for a new CLEAR Plus enrollment using promo code TRAVELREWARD100.
  • Stacks with American Express Platinum or Business Platinum CLEAR credits.
  • During previous promotions, credit arrives regardless of whether CLEAR enrollment is completed at the airport. YMMV.
  • Promotion ends 6/30/24.

Direct link to Clear enrollment page

Terms and Conditions

  • Voucher code for $100 rebate will be delivered via email at the end of the promotion period after 6/30/2024.
  • $100 rebate to be provided by CHOICE Rebate upon completion of enrollment in and purchase of a one (1)-year CLEAR Plus membership and completion of CHOICE Rebate redemption process. Please visit mycr.co to begin redemption process. CHOICE Rebate subject to CHOICE Rebate terms and conditions in all respects.
  • Cannot be combined with any other offers. Available to new CLEAR Plus Members only.
  • Refunds for accounts created under promotion and cancelled within Sixty (60) days from enrollment will be subject to a $100 CHOICE Rebate fee.

Quick Thoughts

The $100 in travel credit is processed via ChoiceRebate.com. From what I can tell, redemption will be a little inconvenient. You get a code from CLEAR, then enter that code on the redemption site. Once you have the rebate, it looks like it’s good towards purchases at any merchants in the travel category. You have to submit your receipts via the website and then you’re reimbursed up to $100…meaning you have to initially pay for the purchase yourself. There’s obviously quite a bit that can go wrong throughout that process, but it also has the potential to be very flexible, provided that the reimbursement works out as expected.

My wife and I have CLEAR and enjoy it quite a bit. We probably only use it on 20-25% of our flights, but that 20-25% saves us a boatload of time. It’s also very useful to be able to bypass lines at local sporting events (something that’s not available everywhere). Since Amex offers a $189 CLEAR credit with each Platinum card, it’s a no-brainer.

CLEAR has offered program-linked incentives in the past, which makes the deal even “clearer.” This travel credit deal is the most recent. The last time CLEAR ran an offer for Uber credit, people were able to receive the credit without going to the airport to finish sign-up. So, even if you have no interest in CLEAR, it’s may be possible to take advantage of the travel credit.

The “full” price for CLEAR is $189. The Amex Platinum, Business Platinum and Hilton Aspire cards all offer a statement credit for CLEAR of up to $189. Many people with more than one credit have been able to add a second (or third, or fourth) family member and get reimbursed for all enrollees by Amex. There have also been reports of folks being able to trigger this multiple times by simply using different e-mail addresses. YMMV.

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Ben Garrison

Emails being sent out, and apparently you have to mail reciepts to get a rebate credit or whatever… This is getting increasingly confusing. Seems like this deal is a headache.

CHOICE Rebate entitles you to receive up to $100.00 in reimbursement from categories listed on your certificate as evidenced by your receipt(s). Please follow the remittance requirements below to receive your CHOICE Rebate reimbursement.

• Receipt(s) should clearly show Merchant Name, Receipt Amount, and Receipt Date.

• Receipt(s) submitted with a receipt date of more than 30 days of submission will be voided.

• Receipt(s) must be associated to the certificate and must be dated prior to the expiration of the certificate.

• Reimbursement will be the total amount of the receipt(s) up to $100.00.

• Allow 4 to 6 weeks following the mail-in submission of your remittance voucher and receipt(s) to receive your reimbursement. Allow 2 to 4 weeks for digital submission.

• Remittance Voucher is for promotional use only and cannot be bought or sold.

• Offer void where prohibited by law and is not valid for employees or family members of issuing sponsor.

• For mail-in redemption, submit the Remittance Voucher below within 30 days of purchase along with the sales receipt(s

Kaza

This promo ended early on 6/30, aaargh. It worked earlier today (6/30).

Mark

I wonder if two people can put both their certificates into the same choicerebate account and get a single $200 travel purchase.

Mary

Many people have been able to add a second (or third, or fourth) family member and get reimbursed for all enrollees by Amex.” Huh? No. I have never been reimbursed in full for P2 by Amex Platinum. I’m getting a CLEAR rate of $179/yr through Delta and then I pay another $99 for P2. That’s $278/yr and I get exactly the promised $189/yr from Amex.

Shikha

How do I use two credit cards in one account? So, I usually have P1 on Amex Platinum and get $189 credit. How do I get P2 reimbursement from Hilton Aspire if P2 is added as a spouse on P1 account?

Last edited 1 month ago by Shikha
Andy

Switch only payment card on account to Aspire, then add P2.

Shikha

Got it. Thank you!

Larry

Or split P2 into a separate account.

When clear raised the price of family accounts past $189, I just chatted with Clear support and they refunded the extra P2 cost and I created another account using a different plat card.

Stan

I have one Amex platinum account with 3 authorized users that I pay for. Does each authorized user on the account account get the $189 credit?

dizzy

I want to take advantage of this but it’s very very vague what counts as “travel”