Want to up your game this fresher’s week? Then arrive in luxury with Uni Baggage!By Editor
Sometimes an occasion calls for style, glitz, pomp and pageantry, and perhaps arriving at your university digs for the first time is one of them.
This year, the good people at Uni Baggage, the UK’s number one shipping company, are offering freshers the chance to turn up on their initial day in an array of fancy vehicles.
Private jet (£25,000): Because every university has a landing strip, not. I suppose when you arrive in your taxi from the airport you’ll have a story to tell people.
Helicopter (£20,000): Nothing says ‘I admire the works of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s contribution to eighties cinema’ than a helicopter entrance.
Rolls Royce Phantom (£15,000): It would’ve been the dream of Del Boy and Rodney, so why not yours?
Mclaren P1 (£18,000): Started from the bottom now you’re here, right? Well, until everyone sees you waiting at the bus stop in a week’s time.
Ferrari F430 (£15,000): If you see me driving an Italian whip, it’s a rental.
Aston Martin (£15,000): You’re going to look top draw when you exit James Bond’s preferred brand of car in a pair of joggers and an unironed Hollister sweater.
Horse and Carriage (£10,000): Katie Price looked absolutely stunning when she appeared at her very first wedding in one of the earliest methods of transport (obviously Peter did, too, with those greased back hair extensions, but let’s not lose focus here). So if you want to be the belle of the ball this academic year, then be sure to arrive to your halls in style. Let’s just hope it’s pink.
All options come with a choice of vehicles in which to carry your belongings and come at an additional cost. But if you’re willing to pay £10,000 grand for a horse and carriage, then that’s not really going to deter you, is it?
These services are available now, so if you want to be a ‘very important fresher’ click here to book.
Prospective freshers, are you rich as hell and considering any of these options? Do you want to open up a credit card account to fund this? Or do you think this is a little bit silly? Let us know via our Facebook page or Twitter.