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$100+ Worth of Virgin America Points for Free (Targeted?)

$100+ Worth of Virgin America Points for Free (Targeted?)

Million Mile Secrets$100+ Worth of Virgin America Points for Free (Targeted?)Million Mile Secrets Team

Check your mailbox!  Because via Travel With Grant, some folks have been targeted to get 5,000 Virgin America points for creating a Virgin America frequent flyer account by September 24, 2016.

Even if you weren’t targeted, it’s worth signing-up for an account to see if you’ll get the bonus points anyway, because it’s free and easy!  And 5,000 Virgin America points is worth ~$100 in flights.

Virgin Air Promo Code
Island Hop in Hawaii for 3,000 Virgin America Points One-Way in Coach on Hawaiian Airlines

I’ll show you how to register for this deal.  And give you ideas about how to earn and use Virgin America points!

Sign-Up for a Virgin America Frequent Flyer Account and (Maybe?) Earn Free Points

Link:   Virgin America Promotion

Get a postcard from Virgin America offering 5,000 Virgin America points for creating a new frequent flyer account by September 24, 2016?  If so, registering for a new account with this deal is a no-brainer.

If not, try it out anyway.  Because you don’t have much to lose, and it only takes a minute to sign-up!

In a month or so, you might find yourself with 5,000 Virgin America points. 🙂

Folks who already have a Virgin America account have reported being targeted too, so even if you’re already a member of Virgin America’s frequent traveler program (Elevate), you might as well sign-up again. 

To register, you’ll have to enter your email and mailing address.  If you qualify, the bonus points should post to your account within 4 to 6 weeks.

More About Virgin America Points

Check out my series on earning and using Virgin America points.

You can use Virgin America points on partner airlines like Singapore Airlines, Emirates, and Virgin Atlantic.  And folks on the West Coast can find great deals using Virgin America points for flights on Hawaiian Airlines to Hawaii.

5,000 Virgin America points is more than enough for a one-way coach ticket between islands in Hawaii, which costs 3,000 Virgin America points!

If you need more points for a trip, you can also transfer Citi ThankYou points to Virgin America.  Or consider the Virgin America Signature or Premium Signature card.  Here’s my review of these 2 cards.

Were you targeted for this promotion?  Let me know in the comments!

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