MagicMagic is not exactly a website, but it’s pretty awesome. To get whatever you want (as long as it’s legal), no matter the time or day or city you’re in, just text “MAGIC” to this number: 83489. You’ll get a response within two minutes. According to the website, you can order anything “from the extravagant (meet celebrities, order a helicopter, buy out of stock items) to perfecting your business and life (handling your email, calendar, research and other business matters).”

When you order something, they’ll let you know the total price so you can confirm it before you’re billed. There are no hidden fees, and tip is included. Your address and billing info can be given to them using a secure link they send you the first time, and then, it’s easy sailing. This San Francisco start up supposedly works anywhere in the US. Have you tried it? I can’t wait to see what it costs to order or get stuff done while traveling like my laundry, or send a package back to my house.

H/T to the Today show.

Johnny Jet

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1 Comment On "Travel Website of the Week: Magic"
  1. Soltatio|

    So it is basically a concierge service. I wonder how long they take to price some of the more “extravagant” requests?
    I mean there is no point in getting my pet cheetah walked 6 months from now… ;)

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