The New York-based jet card brokers is reporting 32% sales
Powered by 32% growth year-over-year compared to 2018, New
York-based jet card broker JetSet Group will launch an advertising campaign on
CNBC starting tomorrow. Included will be digital advertising and sponsorship of
The jet card broker bases flight charges by miles instead of
Through the end of March, new buyers can save $500 off
Silver and $2,500 off a Gold Distance Card. Prices range between $9 and $24 per
mile based on size of jet and distance traveled. For example, a small jet (four
seats) is $12 per mile if you fly between 1,000 and 1,999 miles, so a
1,000-mile trek would cost $12,000.
Magellan Jets is highlight its ongoing partnership with
Worth Avenue Yachts by offering and “air and sea package” valid for booking
through the end of March, the company announced on its website.
Wholesale Jet Club, which offers both traditional guaranteed availability, fixed-rate jet cards plus a fixed mark-up on-demand charter membership, is getting in on the Black Friday action offering 50% off a one-month membership ($750). You can also buy an annual membership at 20% off ($9,600 for the entire year as opposed to the regular $12,000 price). The offer expires November 26, 2018. Wholesale provides operator pricing with a 3.5% administrative fee.
ExpertJet, a jet card broker founded by former regional and business jet pilot Andrew Flaxman, is offering a 3.5% cash bonus with minimum $75,000 deposit to its On-Demand+ or X-Card jet card programs. The discount is applied to any trip related charges. The account is refundable, so the funds are applied on the back end of the account. To earn the bonus you need to complete at least three trips or deplete your account. The bonus and deposit cannot be applied to a singular trip. You can read more about ExpertJet with through our Jet Card Insider report here.