999 Bonus Virgin America Points for Flying Once

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To celebrate Virgin America’s 9th anniversary, the airline is offering a bonus of 999 Virgin America points after you register for the promotion, book any paid flight, and travel by September 30, 2016.

The bonus points are worth ~$21.  So it’s probably not worth changing flight plans to get the bonus.  But if you’re already planning to fly Virgin America this summer, it only takes a few seconds to enroll in the promotion.

999 Bonus Virgin America Points For Flying Once

Enroll in the Current Promotion and Fly Virgin America by September 30, 2016 to Earn 999 Virgin America Points

I’ll share more details about the offer!

What’s the Deal?

Link:   Earn 999 Virgin America Points Promotion 

Link:   How to Earn and Use Virgin America Points

To earn the Virgin America bonus points, you’ll need to:

  • Be enrolled in Virgin America’s frequent flyer program (free to sign-up)
  • Register for the promotion before taking your flight
  • Book any paid Virgin America flights and travel by September 30, 2016
  • Award flights are NOT eligible

You will not earn the bonus points for any flights booked before August 8, 2016.

The bonus points are great.  But they’re not worth booking a flight unless you already have travel plans.

Virgin America often has cheap one-way flights.  For example, I found a one-way flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas for $39.

So you’d have to spend $39 to earn the bonus points, which are worth ~$21.

Earn More Virgin America Points

You can transfer Starwood points to Virgin America at a 1:1 ratio.  And you’ll earn a 5,000 point bonus for every 20,000 Starwood points you transfer.

Or you can earn the sign-up bonus from the Virgin America Signature Card or the Virgin America Premium Signature Card.  We don’t earn a commission from the Virgin America cards, but we’ll always tell you about the best deals!

Virgin America is also a Citi ThankYou and AMEX Membership Rewards transfer partner.  But the transfer ratio is 2:1, which is not good.

So I don’t recommend getting your Virgin America points this way, unless you just need a few more point to top-off your account for an award.

Do you have plans to fly Virgin America this summer?

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