Carvana Co., the online used-car seller known for its car vending machines activated by a giant coin, will help pay your way to visit one of its automated vehicle dispensers.
Yes, the Phoenix company is subsidizing travel to airports near its 12 glass-towered pickup spots and two smaller Carvana Curbside locations across the U.S. The company will even hook you up with transportation from the airport. The airfare subsidy is capped at $200.
Carvana won't say how many people have taken it up on the offer, but a company spokeswoman says the program is part of its way to "make car buying fun and easy for everyone."
Shoppers can buy a vehicle at carvana.com and choose delivery as early as the next day, or opt to pick up their car from a vending machine. The most recent and largest car vending machine — a nine-story structure built for up to 34 vehicles — opened in June in Tempe, Ariz.