If it’s the end of the year, it’s time for private jet card sellers to offer incentives for you to sign up for their programs. New York-based Star Jets International is unveiling a limited time10-hour SkyCard. “It’s the best stocking stuffer you anyone can receive. You will certainly have a happy holiday if you are giving or receiving our SkyCard,” says CEO Ricky Sitomer.
The SkyCard jet card comes with fixed pricing, including 7.5% Federal Excise Tax (FET). There are no peak days or peak day surcharges so even if you already have a private aviation solution, that is a nice feature and might be worth buying for yourself. The four-hour lead-time for reservations is also best in class.
Sitomer says the with the jet card “you know exactly what you get and at what cost–which is typically 15-20% less than booking individual charter flights.”
– Light Jet ($57,917)
– Medium Jet ($66,250)
– Super Mid Jet ($91,250)
– Heavy Jet ($99,583)
– Premium Heavy Jet ($116,250)
Earlier this year, Star Jets announced it was looking to acquire other brokers. The company also began accepting Bitcoin for payments so you can use your Bitcoin profits to buy a jet card for the holidays.