Join CLEAR, Get A $75 Uber Credit

Join CLEAR, Get A $75 Uber Credit

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CLEAR frequently has promotions for new members, and the latest such offer has just been rolled out.

$75 Uber credit for joining CLEAR

CLEAR is a company that helps you get to the front of the ID check lines at dozens of major airports in the United States using your biometric data. While joining CLEAR usually costs $189 per year, savvy travelers shouldn’t be paying that much.

First of all, United MileagePlus and Delta SkyMiles members can receive a discount on a CLEAR membership (United owns a stake in CLEAR):

At the moment there’s a further promotion, as new CLEAR members can receive a $75 Uber credit for enrolling through this link. Make sure you see the offer listed (as in the below screenshot) when you sign up, because there’s not a published end date, or any terms & conditions, for this offer.

This promo stacks with Amex CLEAR credits

There are currently three American Express cards offering CLEAR credits as annual perks:

These promotions stack. In other words, you could sign-up through the promotion link and charge the enrollment fee to your Amex, then you’d get that full amount reimbursed, and then you’d get a $75 Uber credit. You’re basically being paid to join CLEAR. The major catch is that you need to be a new CLEAR member.

Bottom line

At the moment new CLEAR members can potentially earn a $75 Uber credit for enrolling. Best of all, you can pay with an Amex card, and potentially get your membership fee refunded. The significant restriction is that you need to be a new member, and obviously many in our community are already members.

Do you plan on taking advantage of this CLEAR & Uber promotion?

(Tip of the hat to Doctor Of Credit)

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  1. Ella Guest

    Just today I got a notice on my UA card that spending $100 between 4/15 and 4/30 will get me a year of Clear for free.

  2. Trey Guest

    I took advantage of the CLEAR & United Airlines promo where you get $100 travel bank money. Got the enrollment fee credited by Amex Plat a few days after signing up but the $100 United money does not post until I physically went to the airport (2 months later) and enrolled. So make sure you have CLEAR at your home airport or one you're traveling to soon. Also note that $100 expires at end of 2022 - not sure what the Uber terms are.

    1. Eskimo Guest

      I think you need to complete the enrollment to get the promo.
      Paying for CLEAR is just one step of the enrollment. You still need to go register your biometrics to complete the enrollment.

      Not that you should.

  3. R B Guest

    is an authorized user of Amex plat able to take advantage of the $179 offer?

  4. Mantis Guest

    The language on the promo page seems to imply that reactivation will trigger the Uber credit. Any DPs on this or previous promos triggered when reactivating an existing account?

  5. Johnson Guest

    Sell my personal and biological data to a private company for a $75 voucher for slightly overpriced food? I'm in!

    1. pstm91 Diamond

      If you think your data isn't already out there, then I have some beach front property in Kansas to sell you. At least this company has been hugely helpful for me and saved me hours of time over the course of the last few years. My experience with CLEAR has me absolutely recommending it to friends.

    2. Eskimo Guest

      Rather than trying to sell some fake Kansas real estate, if you think all your data is already out there, why not just sell your SSN to me. I'll even raise CLEAR to a $100 for that.

      Not saying CLEAR has no benefits but just because you don't realize what you gave up in exchange doesn't make it a good deal.

      Would you trade some land for beads and trinkets?

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pstm91 Diamond

If you think your data isn't already out there, then I have some beach front property in Kansas to sell you. At least this company has been hugely helpful for me and saved me hours of time over the course of the last few years. My experience with CLEAR has me absolutely recommending it to friends.

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Eskimo Guest

I think you need to complete the enrollment to get the promo. Paying for CLEAR is just one step of the enrollment. You still need to go register your biometrics to complete the enrollment. Not that you should.

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Eskimo Guest

Rather than trying to sell some fake Kansas real estate, if you think all your data is already out there, why not just sell your SSN to me. I'll even raise CLEAR to a $100 for that. Not saying CLEAR has no benefits but just because you don't realize what you gave up in exchange doesn't make it a good deal. Would you trade some land for beads and trinkets?

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