Want to go to London this weekend? If you’re in New York City today, keep an eye out for a checkered cab covered in Union Jack coloring. British Airways and VisitBritain are bringing the car above to the Flatiron neighborhood to pick up passengers as part of a cool new campaign. If you get picked up, you’ll be asked to take part in a trivia contest, and if you do well in the contest, you could win a trip to London via roundtrip economy airfare for two plus a two-night stay at the Sea Containers Hotel! The package will have to be redeemed this weekend—so yes, you’ll have to leave tomorrow.
Seven winners will be offered the trip to London, while all other passengers that hop into the cab will step out with $100 off a future British Airways flight. Below is the map showing where to find the cab. Good luck!
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