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Nexus vs GE: for Credit Card Reimbursements

Nexus vs GE: for Credit Card Reimbursements

Old Jun 20, 17, 6:43 pm
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Nexus vs GE: for Credit Card Reimbursements

Does any premium card reimburse Nexus in addition to GE? Most cards list GE and Precheck fees and Amex explicitly says they won't reimburse nexus.

How's chase or citi? Could you apply for two and get 2x$50 reimbursed ?

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Old Jun 21, 17, 4:33 am
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No credit card refunds Nexus fees.

Nexus is $50 and GE is $100.
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Old Jun 24, 17, 6:22 am
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After renewing Nexus for me & my spouse earlier this year I called AMEX Platinum and politely complained because when we first got Nexus 5 years ago the reimbursement of $100 ($50 + $50) went through fine. I also mentioned there's a lot of competition from the Chase Reserve. The rep quickly reimbursed the $100. My advice, call & ask, " if you don't ask you don't get".

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Old Jun 26, 17, 4:07 pm
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Exclamation Moderator's Note:

The Trusted Travelers forum is the place to ask for, offer and discuss practical advice and information directly related to the various Trusted Travelers programs.

This forum is not the place to argue whether premium credit card issuers should reimburse their cardholders for the NEXUS application fees as they do for some of the other trusted travelers programs; those discussions belong in the various credit card forums or the Checkpoints and Borders Policy Debate forum.

Post(s) opining that premium credit card issuers should reimburse card holder for the NEXUS application fees have been deleted.

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