Do you have your TSA Precheck? If you travel a lot or even a couple times a year having this golden ticket is really a great benefit. I got mine a couple years ago when they had a place set up at Rick Husband International Airport.

Even with the pandemic I have used it several times and it has been well worth my money. I still have a couple years left. Getting your TSA precheck allows several things. You don't have to take off your shoes or belt when going through security. You don't have to take out your liquids or your laptop. There is no need to have to wait in the same line as everyone else. For me all of this is worth it.

I have made several flights to Dallas, one to Phoenix and one to Las Vegas so I have definitely gotten my money's worth. Oh, and like I said I still have a couple years of my five year membership.

So if you want this great perk of flying too your chance is coming up again in Amarillo. They are going to set up another temporary location to get this accomplished. Once again it will be out at Rick Husband International Airport. The center will be located on the second floor of the terminal building in the English Field Conference Room. For one week, Monday, October 11th through Friday, October 15th you can get this done. They will be open from 9am until noon. They will close for lunch and be back open from 1pm until 5pm.

For $85 you will have five years of that beautiful thing called the TSA Pre Check and a lot of saved time when you head to the airport.

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