Uber Is Allowing You To Take A Fucking Helicopter To Tonight’s Championship Game

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Uber Is Allowing You To Take A Fucking Helicopter To Tonight's Championship Game

Dallas traffic is a nightmare. For those of you who are fortunate enough to live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, you know that getting from point A to point B can be painstakingly slow during rush hour. It’s even worse when there happens to be a sporting event going on that night. Tonight is expected to be one of the busiest traffic nights of the year in Dallas, thanks to the influx of Oregon and Ohio State fans (along with all the rich people of DFW who just want to take in the game) who will head to Jerry World to watch the college football championship game. Long story short, if you’re headed to the game, leave early. Really early.

Uber is well aware of the impending traffic apocalypse tonight, and they are here to completely eliminate the chance of you sitting in traffic, causing you to contemplate whether it was worth it or not to go. For today only, Uber Dallas is rolling out UberCHOPPER to take your happy, drunk ass to the game in style. You’ll be flying high in the Dallas skies for the low cost of $350 per person.

What do you get with this sweet deal?

– A helicopter will take you to the stadium, giving you the opportunity to laugh at the peasants below who are stuck in traffic.
– A tour of the city of Dallas in the air.
– A complimentary Uber Black ride home from the game.

All you have to do is pop open your app today and request UberCHOPPER. Once confirmed, you start pregaming your ass off (presumably at Katy Trail Ice House) before an Uber Black picks you up at 4 p.m. and transports you to the helipad for takeoff. There’s no mention of whether alcohol is allowed on the chopper, but from my experience, Uber drivers typically have no problem ignoring the open container laws and allow you to bring your drink in their vehicle.

If you’re headed to the game tonight, I dare you to do it. You won’t.

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