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Free Global Entry or TSA Pre✔ Capital One Venture Members

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Just pay the application fee with your Venture card and you'll receive a statement credit of $100 for Global Entry or $85 for TSA Pre✔®. You'll be eligible for another credit in 4 years, which is perfect because these programs require you to reapply every 5 years. Not sure which program is best for you? Learn more about Global Entryand TSA Pre✔®.

With this new premium benefit, your Venture card now does even more to make traveling easier—so you can skip the long lines and be on your way.Questions? We have answers.

What is the Global Entry or TSA Pre✔® offer for Capital One® Venture accountholders?
Capital One Venture accountholders can receive one statement credit for either the $100 Global Entry application fee or $85 for the TSA Pre✔® application fee once every 4 years, after the fee is charged to an eligible Capital One Venture card account. Please allow up to 2 billing cycles for the credit to appear on your statement. Fees charged to a Capital One VentureOne® card, any Capital One card that is not a Venture card or paid for with PayPal® are not eligible for a statement credit.

Global Entry allows international travelers expedited entry upon arrival in the United States at select airports. TSA Pre✔® provides expedited security screening at participating airports.

When will I receive a statement credit?
A statement credit will be processed after either a Global Entry program application fee OR TSA Pre✔® application fee (whichever program is applied for first) is charged to your Capital One Venture card. Please allow up to 2 billing cycles after the qualifying Global Entry or TSA Pre✔® transaction is charged to the eligible account for the statement credit to post. Accountholders are responsible for payment of all application charges until the statement credit posts. To be eligible for this benefit, the account must be open and in good standing at the time of statement credit fulfillment.

What are the benefits of Global Entry and TSA Pre✔®?
Global Entry is a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) program that allows expedited clearance for pre-approved, low-risk international travelers upon arrival in the United States. Global Entry membership also includes access to the TSA Pre✔® program with noadditional application or fee required. TSA Pre✔® is a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) program that allows low-risk travelers to experience faster, more efficient screening at participating U.S. airport checkpoints for domestic and international travel.

For details on the Global Entry or TSA Pre✔® programs, including information regarding the application and approval process and for a list of participating airlines and airports, as well as the full terms and conditions of the programs, please go to globalentry.gov for Global Entry and tsa.gov for TSA Pre✔®. The Global Entry and TSA Pre✔® programs are subject to change, and Capital One has no control over those changes. The statement credit benefit applies to the Global Entry or TSA Pre✔® programs only. Other program applications, including, but not limited to, NEXUS, SENTRI and Privium, are not eligible for the statement credit benefit.

I charged my Global Entry/TSA Pre✔® application fee to my Venture card on/before June 11, 2018. Am I eligible for the statement credit?
No, this benefit is available for either a Global Entry or TSA Pre✔® application fee charged to a Venture card beginning June 12, 2018, or later. Fees charged to a Venture card account on or before June 11, 2018, are not eligible for a statement credit.
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Created 06-13-2018 at 09:03 PM by stevebor1
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Thanks OP. This give me one more reason to cancel my Reserve card.
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Thanks OP. This give me one more reason to cancel my Reserve card.
Don't cancel, PC it
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PC it?
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Any benefit for me if I don't fly often but own venture card ?
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Any benefit for me if I don't fly often but own venture card ?
No. The venture is really only good for the sign up bonus. If you've already used that then just get the Citi double cash - no annual fee and 2% CB after paying off the individual purchase.

I'm sure others can speak days regarding better cards, but I am telling you just based off of you already selecting the Venture card. So I am guessing that you don't like the hassle of waiting for categories to get more than 1%.

I went to the Citi Double Cash after using my venture sign on bonus.
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PC means "product change" which is to ask the credit card company to change the card you have to a different one within their brand either to get different benefits or to avoid paying an annual fee.
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Anybody know if I add a secondary card holder, will they get the same global Reentry fee reimbursed as well?
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It is better to leave that card unused in your drawer, than to cancel it. Canceling a card means reducing your total available credit and age on your credit report and your credit score very likely goes down.
You do know that's a myth right? Unless that card is the oldest piece of credit line on your account, it won't hurt your credit a bit if closed properly (without debt).
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It is not a myth. It is science if you fully understand how credit score works.
You don't need "science" when the facts are facts. Your science is fairy tales passed down from people to people. Ask any qualified banker. You can even google it. Yes it may come down slightly when you do it (properly without debt) but it's just going to be like a credit pull. It's insignificant and will be back up quickly. People think it dramatically drops their credit score which is a myth.
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You don't need "science" when the facts are facts. Your science is fairy tales passed down from people to people. Ask any qualified banker. You can even google it. Yes it may come down slightly when you do it (properly without debt) but it's just going to be like a credit pull. It's insignificant and will be back up quickly. People think it dramatically drops their credit score which is a myth.
Read my post again. I never said the score would drop significantly. But again, it is your freedom to demonstrate your superior knowledge about credit.
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Read my post again. I never said the score would drop significantly. But again, it is your freedom to demonstrate your superior knowledge about credit.
Wasn't trying to demonstrate any superior knowledge. I just corrected your recommendation that you made to another person to not cancel his cards without knowing their situation. And in most situations one does not need to fear of adversely hurting their credit when cancelling their card if they really want to. Have a great day, friend.
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I am not going to leave a $500 annual fee Reserve card sitting in a drawer. I don't think they allow me to downgrade since I already have a Freedom card.

Any other suggestions?
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