I posted previously about the TSA PreCheck identifier beginning to appear on boarding passes for those who qualify for the program. And having just checked in for my United flights, I can report a slight change from what the TSA announced.
From the TSA blog (bolding mine):
Eligible passengers will see a TSA Preâœ“â„¢ indicator on all boarding passes, even when flying out of an airport where TSA Preâœ“â„¢ is not available.
But on United, at least, the PreCheck indicator only appears on my boarding passes (both mobile and paper) from departure airports where PreCheck is available.
This isnâ€™t anything earth-shattering for those of us in the know, but it should help eliminate confusion for the infrequent, yet PreCheck-approved fliers.