What You'll Get
Limos are traditionally used by the very wealthy, the very famous, or the very tired tall people who need to lie down. Spread out legs in style with today’s Groupon: for $475, you get an eight-hour tour for up to nine people (a $950 value) from SFC Limo, plus two complimentary bottles of champagne.
Dapperly captained by San Franatic tour guide-chauffeurs, SFC Limo’s elite fleet of stretch limousines ferries pampered passengers from across the Bay Area to wherever they will. These land yachts host both preplanned excursions and improvised adventures, whether guests seek to safely watch the choreographed stomping of grapes at Napa wineries or prowl San Francisco’s nightmosphere like a leap of leopards in top hats. SFC Limo also specializes in tours of Muir Woods and informative tours of San Francisco, teaching sightseers interesting historical tidbits and the melting point of local hot spots.
Though SFC Limo’s wedding and prom specials may not be combined with this deal, clients can enlist a tour to prolong the dressiness before or after their events. Additional time may be purchased at $120 per hour, and guests are welcome to bring beverages to store in the vehicles’ fridges to wet mobile whistles.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. 24-hour cancellation notice or $100 fee may apply. Reservation must be made at least 1 day in advance. $120 fee per additional hour. Gas included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About SFC Limo
Drivers are only as good as their cars, which is why SFC Limo's ace chauffeurs keep a fleet of superior sedans and stretch limos on hand. They rev up the stretch limos during weddings and specialty group trips to Muir Woods, Napa Valley, and throughout downtown San Francisco. Passengers can customize the daylong jaunts by telling their driver to head toward a certain nightspot, park alongside a specific scenic view, or veer into a certain winery to get the ghosts of the California Raisins off their trail. For more business-minded migrations, the drivers hop into their sedans and transport guests to San Jose, Oakland, or San Francisco airports.