7 things you can negotiate when buying a jet card that will save you thousands of dollars

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Jet card pricing and policies aren’t set in stone. View proposals as an initial offer; however, promotional offers can be expensive if you buy into the wrong program

You may remember those inflight magazine ads that read, “You don’t get what you deserve. You get what you negotiate.” It’s sage advice when buying a jet card or membership. That said, while a free hour may not be a given, quite a few providers offer a bonus hour via partnerships with wealth management firms and other affinity organizations. On a large cabin jet, that can mean a value of more than $10,000. However, if you buy into the wrong program, you could end up paying more than you need – and not get the experience you wanted in the first place.

Jet card broker OneFlight posts March $25,000 BAJIT flight bonus

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Private jet travelers will get a $25,000 flight credit if they buy at least 50 BAJIT hours from jet card broker OneFlight in March

Is this a proposition that would be a winner on Shark Tank? Englewood, Colorado-based private jet broker OneFlight International, which is fronted on TV commercials by Robert Herjavec, is offering customers who buy at least 50 hours in its BAJIT jet card program during March a $25,000 flight credit.

ExpertJet adds jet card bonuses

Expert Jet

Boutique jet card broker ExpertJet is offering up to $9,800 of flight credits for customers who make a deposit before the end of 2020

Jet card broker ExpertJet, which offers fixed-rate and dynamic pricing jet card options, is offering a bonus of up to $9,800 of flight credits.

5 ways 2021 FET-free Jet Card offers can cost you money. The IRS isn’t one of them

FET Tax Free Jet Card Deals

The siren’s song of saving the 7.5% Federal Excise Tax if you buy a jet card before the end of the year is getting louder. If you’re not careful, it might cost you more than you’ll save

On Friday, the bars in the window on my laptop tracking visitors to this website shot up. The increase was exponential. It coincided with a CNBC segment on how private jet card sellers are rolling out offers designed to save buyers the 7.5% Federal Excise Tax on flights.

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