Free complimentary refreshments - wifi - newspapers - magazines - watch Tv - iPad usage - free events @ Virgin Money Lounges
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Free complimentary refreshments - wifi - newspapers - magazines - watch Tv - iPad usage - free events @ Virgin Money Lounges

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Found 8th Feb
Just a reminder of this freebie - if you are a Virgin money customer e.g. bank account, ISA, credit card you have access to their city centre lounges

  • Get complimentary refreshments, free Wi-Fi, newspapers, magazines, watch TV and iPad usage
  • Each Lounge offers something different e.g. a cinema area, a bowling alley, an aeroplane cabin or a quiet spot to read
  • Most Lounges also have a kids area so all the family can enjoy what’s on offer
  • Lounge for the local community - If you need a space to hold a community event get in touch


Current lounges are in



You need to register in advance for using the lounges. You can signup here



Here's a few pictures of the lounges


Haymarket Lounge London

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Manchester Lounge

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Sheffield Lounge


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p.s. if you are not a Virgin Money customer you could signup for their 24 month 0% balance transfer - no fee
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All that free stuff, I feel like I'm being touched for the first time.
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You don't have to be a member.
I could do with a free TV.
All that free stuff, I feel like I'm being touched for the first time.
At first I thought that was on an Airplane, until I saw the list of locations
Edited by: "fluidz" 8th Feb
Sheffield one has a bowling lane by the way.
Tip: The Edinburgh Lounge is well hidden in that it's on the first floor of a regular building on St Andrew's Square rather than in an obvious branch.
Plus they usually allow ONE guest with a signed up member.
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How busy do these places actually get? How many people do they cater for? Do they all have massive pictures of Richard Branson as a focal point?
Edited by: "deleted1836930" 8th Feb
I wasn't aware of this. Thanks OP
Why not stop wasting money on pointless vanity projects like this and develop a bloody app instead?? *Not aimed at deal poster 🤣
Do I have to pay to get the bank account or whatever?
Cheers been slowly paying the balance down on a 0% deal for ages on a CC, now even more value!
LesD1 h, 1 m ago

I could do with a free TV.


You get a free watch with it as well!
Not sure how much I trust the event list thought... 33224082-Eahgy.jpg
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ollie8743 m ago

Sheffield one has a bowling lane by the way.




So they do

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Whats the catch? Cmon, there will be one
Sharpharp2 m ago

Whats the catch? Cmon, there will be one



Catch is you've got to be Virgin Bank customer.
ollie872 m ago

Catch is you've got to be Virgin Bank customer.



Other than that? No requirement to drip-feed them your personal info like their god-awful Red App?
deleted18369308th Feb

How busy do these places actually get? How many people do they cater for? …How busy do these places actually get? How many people do they cater for? Do they all have massive pictures of Richard Branson as a focal point?


The Edinburgh one can be extremely busy. There is a cap on how many times you can attend during August due to the festivals ongoing in the city.
Sharpharp36 m ago

Other than that? No requirement to drip-feed them your personal info like …Other than that? No requirement to drip-feed them your personal info like their god-awful Red App?



Nope. That's it.
Chanchi3250 m ago

So they do[Image]



Another reason why North > South.
Sharpharp47 m ago

Whats the catch? Cmon, there will be one


"By becoming a member and providing us with your email address you’re agreeing to receive regular My Virgin Money emails. These will include details of exclusive competitions, special offers, news and money-savings tips.

We promise not to bombard you and you can unsubscribe at any time".
topazz5 m ago

"By becoming a member and providing us with your email address you’re a …"By becoming a member and providing us with your email address you’re agreeing to receive regular My Virgin Money emails. These will include details of exclusive competitions, special offers, news and money-savings tips.We promise not to bombard you and you can unsubscribe at any time".

Hmmmm, ok no optional contributions towards keeping the wine cellar stocked at Necker Island ???
Sharpharp9 m ago

Hmmmm, ok no optional contributions towards keeping the wine cellar …Hmmmm, ok no optional contributions towards keeping the wine cellar stocked at Necker Island ???


It would take more money than we've got to do that. I'm a virgin money customer but not a big RB fan tbh. Never bought into his carefully crafted 'peoples champion' image that he so tirelessly promotes.
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Go crazy with Virgin credit cards. Hire Branson's island for one night then go back to card issuer to say it was not up to standard applying for a full refund. One stop free holiday shop. All this and get to use the overcrowded free lounges as you would still be a member.
Edited by: "deleted1836930" 8th Feb
Does the refresmhments include free beer ????

if so where do I sign up ??
I have this, it was automatically applied. I was told that you can open an account with just £1. I never get any emails of offers etc.I may have had chance to opt out on opening the account, I don't remember. First time you use the lounge you show proof and they take a photo for their records. It's a good bonus if you have one near you, beats going into local coffee house. The London one had great selection of teas, coffee, hot chocolate, juices, biscuits and fruit too.
AW007912 h, 4 m ago

You don't have to be a member.


And how do you do it without being a member?
Just signed up so will try and use when I goto London next month. I'm intrigued!
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I don't have Virgin bank account but if I use their products can I still get in ??
london one looks like a ruddy PLANE simulator ..wot no pool table, darts board? bowling alley . Thats it mate , I'm moving to sheffield!
mk-donald8th Feb

Tip: The Edinburgh Lounge is well hidden in that it's on the first floor …Tip: The Edinburgh Lounge is well hidden in that it's on the first floor of a regular building on St Andrew's Square rather than in an obvious branch.Plus they usually allow ONE guest with a signed up member.


What's the dress code like?
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