The jet card provider is offering $4,000 in flight credits and a $1,000 Neiman Marcus gift card in addition to a philanthropic tie-in with No Kid Hungry

 

Jet card broker Sentient Jet is planning several promotions valid through the end of the year that combine discounts, gift cards and philanthropy. The offers run through the end of the year.

 

Launching next week, a promotion tied to support the charity No Kid Hungry will offer new jet card buyers the chance to “Fly in the face of hunger.” When you buy a Sentient Jet 25-Hour Card, in addition to normal flight hours, you’ll receive a $4,000 flight credit, a $1,000 Neiman Marcus Gift Card, and a four-month price lock extension giving your lock 16-months versus the normal year. At the same time, Sentient will donate $1,000 to No Kid Hungry.

 

Last year Sentient’s 2018 Exclusive Benefits Guide for Cardholders delivered over $125,000 in discounts and freebies, according to a Private Jet Card Comparisons analysis. The 2019 guide will launch in early January, but new offerings and experiences will include Rosewood Baha Mar, a new luxury resort in The Bahamas, watchmaker Panerai, a private terminal at LAX The Private Suite, TCS World Travel, OnLocation Experiences, and Tata Harper Skincare. We also here popular partners such as The Peninsula Hotels, The Little Nell, and Eden Residence Club will be back.

 

Sentient offers two types of jet cards across the standard four cabin size categories – light, midsize, super midsize and large – based on the age of aircraft. Additionally, its SJ25+ card offers a Wifi guarantee on super-midsize aircraft. The company is part of Ken Ricci’s Directional Aviation group which includes Flexjet, Nextant Aerospace, Skyjet and recently acquired PrivateFly. Sentient recently took first place honors in Business Jet Traveler’s annual reader survey for the best overall jet card program with a 100% score for positive satisfaction. It also recently extended its relationship with The Breeder’s Cup.

About the Author Doug Gollan

I am Founder and Editor of Private Jet Card Comparisons, the only independent buyer's guide to jet card membership programs, and DG Amazing Experiences, a weekly luxury travel e-newsletter for private jet owners. I am also a contributor to Forbes.com