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TSA PreCheck - did not apply but boarding pass indicated

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Are they doing this at random for fliers based on something, chance, profiling - or what? Flew last weekend JetBlue BOS-DCA and TSA PreCheck was printed on my boarding pass in both directions. I thought this was something one had to apply for, get fingerprinted, etc. Since I didn't do that, am I correct in assuming there is some formula and randomness for designating fliers as such? Figures, the one time I wore easy to remove shoes I did not have to.

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