While Global Entry provides members with an ID card, TSA PreCheck does not. The TSA actually does allow you to add your KTN to existing reservations. Most airlines let you do this by managing your reservation online (the same way you would for seat assignments or other changes), but you can also do it by phone.
Also asked, is TSA PreCheck good for international flights?
A: Good news: the TSA's expedited security program has expanded to include international flights departing from the U.S. on eight of the agency's partner airlines. You can also use TSA PreCheck lanes if you're connecting to a domestic flight after arriving in the States.
Do you need to travel with your Global Entry card?
No, when you use the Global Entry kiosk, you will need to use your passport or U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident card. The Global Entry cards do not work when entering the United States by air through the Global Entry kiosks.
Which credit cards reimburse for Global Entry?
Global Entry Fee Credits
- Platinum Card from American Express. The Amex Platinum card will reimburse you the application fee.
- Chase Sapphire Reserve. If you like flexibility in earning and redeeming rewards, take a look at the Chase Sapphire Reserve.
- Citi Prestige.
- The Ritz-Carlton Rewards Credit Card.