Get 500 Free Virgin America Points for a Minute of Your Time

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Virgin America has an easy way to get free points!

Via Frequent Flyer Bonuses, you’ll get 500 Virgin America points when you sign-up to receive e-mail announcements from Virgin Hotels by September 30, 2016.

Free Virgin America Points

pro Use Virgin America Points to Fly to San Francisco or Many Other Destinations!

I’ll tell you how to sign-up!

What’s the Deal With Free Virgin America Points?

Link:   Register for Virgin Hotels Email Promotions 

Link:   Sign-up for Virgin America’s Frequent Flyer Program (free to join!)

To earn easy bonus points from Virgin America’s promotion, you’ll need to sign-up for a free Virgin America Elevate account.

Then, register to receive e-mail announcements from Virgin Hotels.  You’ll receive 500 Virgin America points when you register by September 30, 2016!

Currently, there’s only 1 Virgin Hotel in downtown Chicago.  But others are planned for Dallas, Nashville, New York, Palm Springs, and San Francisco.

Virgin America points are usually worth ~2.15 cents each.  So this promotion is worth ~$11.  And it takes less than a minute to sign-up!

Note:   The free 500 Virgin America points will post to your account within 10 days of the promotion end date.

How to Earn & Use Virgin America Points

Link:   My Series on Virgin America Points

Virgin America has revenue-based awards for their own flights.  That means the cash price of the flight is tied to the number of points you need for an award ticket.

But, Virgin America has partner airlines with fixed award charts including:

If you need more Virgin America points, you can transfer points from American Express Membership Rewards, Citi ThankYou, and Starwood.

Or, consider the Virgin America Signature or Virgin America Premium Signature cards.  Here’s my reviews of both cards.

Enjoy the free points! 🙂

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