If you’re worried about commercial flying due to the pandemic, maybe Costco could help – you’ll just need $ 17,500.
The wholesale retailer sells a one-year subscription to a private jet charter company called Wheels Up, which allows members to book a private jet “as easily as a carpooling or a short-term vacation rental,” says product description.
While the $ 17,499.99 subscription is a pretty steep cost, it also includes a $ 3,500 Costco shopping card and a flight credit worth $ 4,000.
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Other perks include ‘Dedicated Account Management’, a one-year Inspirato subscription, luxury vacation rental subscription service, and ‘nationwide guaranteed aircraft availability for up to 365 days a year. “, According to the description.
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Members can either purchase an additional “fund program” with lower fares and lower billable flight times, or they can “pay as they fly”, depending on the product description.
The Wheels Up fleet includes more than 300 private planes as well as more than 1,250 partner planes.
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The company is also promising improved health and safety measures through its ‘Safe Passage’ program, which includes that all Wheels Up planes receive anti-microbial treatment at least every 90 days and that all seats and interior surfaces are disinfected between each flight, the website says.
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Wheels Up membership can be found online under the “Electronics” category, or in-store with other gift cards, according to the Washington Post.
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