F-You Money, n.: The stratum of wealth that affords the freedom to do what you want, when you want.
8760, also n.: A members-only club that helps those with F-You Money feed their gallivanting impulses. Think empty legs on private jets, box seats at professional sporting events and lunch with professional athletes. All at the tap of a touchscreen.
Best part? Doesn't actually cost F-You Money to join. Brought to you by the folks behind two private jet charters (Apollo Jets and Wheels Up), 8760 requires an annual membership fee of $5,950.
A fair sum considering you'll get access to:
- Empty legs on hundreds of private jets from the inventory of Apollo Jets and Wheels Up. Members can claim an entire plane (one-way only) for $295.
- Suites and boxes at Staples Center in LA, MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, TD Garden in Boston and American Airlines Arena in Miami. They also plan on buying access to the new Rams stadium in L.A. as well as other arenas throughout the country. Members get two tickets.
- Meet and Greets: Aka private events with celebrities like Stephen Curry, Kevin Garnett, musicians and more.
- Meet and Greet Excursions: The same as the above, but at a destination. This comes at an extra cost but only open to members. For instance, you and your friends jump on a G4 and go hang with Chris Paul.
And if you want to buy a seat on a chartered plane, the app will put you in contact with a Wheels Up member to help arrange a trip.
Space is super limited, but if you sign up now your annual dues will stay flat for at least the first two years — a special offer for readers of InsideHook.
Interested? Email Bruce Berman and tell him who sent ya.