Free 3,000 Virgin Miles and upto 7% off Virgin Holidays for Free!
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Free 3,000 Virgin Miles and upto 7% off Virgin Holidays for Free!

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Found 21st Feb 2016
This offer is still working.. so re-posted ...And remember you can claim your miles even up to 6 months after you've flown...
This is one of those little secrets that are actually worth it and work.. If you become a Virgin Red Flying Club Member (yep its free) you get upto 7% off your next Virgin Holiday plus earn up to 3,000 bonus miles when you take your first flight. I've done it for Florida 2016 and got 5% off .. you just gotta call them.. Our 5% off saved us £325.. not to be sneezed at for free guys :-)

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Can you please hint about 3000 miles literature?

Link doesn't say anything about it.

if 5% is £325. Then the cost of the holiday was 20*325 = £6,500

Thats one hell of a holiday! ouch.

Original Poster

yep thats 4 kids for you :-) 6 of us... not a bad price really...

founddeals

https://www.virgin-atlantic.com/en/gb/frequentflyer/joinnow/index.jsp?media_code=MMFOL&referrer_id=4419689



What's the link for?....and you forgot to mention....

This offer is only available to the first 2,000 Red customers who are not … This offer is only available to the first 2,000 Red customers who are not already a member, so grab it before it’s gone!


Edited by: "Likely2" 21st Feb 2016

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Virgin? No thank you.

I usually fly with virgin to the states but recently i priced up a 7 night stay in orlando with the other half and compared thomson, who use the dreamliner for orlando, with virgin and thomson was £673 per person and virgin £893 per person, staying in the same hotel. Its a tad annoying as im trying to collect enough miles for another upper class flight but a saving of £440 tips the balance

Shame can't get the deal for flights only!

It's worth pointing out that the discount is only applied to certain aspects of the holiday (taxes, insurances etc... are not included), so it's not a case of simply pricing a holiday and then deducting the discount percentage - you will also have to call or visit a branch in order to get the discount, which incurs a non-refundable sales fee of £25.

phatbear

I usually fly with virgin to the states but recently i priced up a 7 … I usually fly with virgin to the states but recently i priced up a 7 night stay in orlando with the other half and compared thomson, who use the dreamliner for orlando, with virgin and thomson was £673 per person and virgin £893 per person, staying in the same hotel. Its a tad annoying as im trying to collect enough miles for another upper class flight but a saving of £440 tips the balance


Holiday prices fluctuate all the time so unless you are in a hurry hold off, you could find that virgin are cheaper one day when you check. Or they could be the same price and thomson dearer, depends if you like a gamble but to just go off the price on one random day is a lottery.
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