There is now an easier way to reserve your spot in heaven: You can purchase a ticket. There are no Commandments to follow, no church services to attend, and only a one time donation required. You can purchase your Heaven Travel Kit from www.reserveaspotinheaven.com.
Reserve a Spot in Heaven has two travel kits to choose from. They have an Essential Travel Kit for $12.79 or an All Access Travel Kit for $15.95. That is a fairly reasonable price for eternal salvation. They also offer a group discount if you would like to purchase ten or more tickets.
The way I see it, if I am going to buy my way into heaven, I am going for the upgrade. The All Access Travel Kit includes a certificate of reservation that is registered in the Book of Light, a first class ticket to heaven, a laminated heaven identification card, Heaven 101 mini informational guide, and an all access V.I. P. pass.
The website touts a 100% money back guarantee. If you get turned away at the pearly gates, they will refund your money.
Now, I have a very quirky sense of Catholic humor. I found the majority of this website’s claims, not to mention the fact that two guys are actually trying to sell tickets to heaven, just plain hysterical. Deep down I believe that God has a pretty good sense of humor too. How else do you explain penguins?
Reserve a Spot in Heaven was started in 2007 by two guys named Edgar Kim and Nathan Davis. They had a link to their MySpace page, so I followed it. I was less than impressed with their “about me” paragraph. The Reserve a Spot in Heaven Blog was slightly more professional. Some of the emails posted there along with their MySpace page are not for younger people due to some foul language.
Reserve a Spot in Heaven has gotten plenty of “hate mail” from people who feel that their website is blasphemous, sinful, or just plain wrong. They responded to one hate email with “IT’S A JOKE, GET OVER IT” just in case anyone was questioning the authenticity of their claims.
The last question remains: Who would you buy this for? I cannot think of too many people that this would be a good gag gift for. Can you imagine giving grandma a Ticket to Heaven for her birthday? Although, I do know a retired Priest who has a great sense of humor.
Reserve a Spot in Heaven puts a new spin on the old adage of “Buying your way into heaven”. After having a good laugh I think I will opt for the right way to reserve my spot in heaven.