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New: Get 500 Free Virgin America Points in Under a Minute!

New:  Get 500 Free Virgin America Points in Under a Minute!

Million Mile SecretsNew:  Get 500 Free Virgin America Points in Under a Minute!Million Mile Secrets Team

Via View From the Wing, you’ll get 500 free Virgin America points when you sign-up to receive an email newsletter from Virgin Produced by October 26, 2016.

It only takes a minute to sign-up!  And although this isn’t a lot of points, it’s the 3rd time in ~1 month that Virgin America has offered free points.

Free Virgin America Points
Earning Free Virgin America Points From Promotions Can Add Up!

I’ll show you how to get the free points.  And remind you of ways to earn and use Virgin America points!

Free Virgin America Points

Link:   Virgin Produced Newsletter Sign-Up

When you sign-up for Virgin Produced email newsletter by October 26, 2016, you’ll earn 500 free Virgin America points.

To register, you’ll need your name, email address, and Virgin America frequent flyer number.

The bonus points should show in your account within ~10 days after the promotion ends.

If you signed up for the email newsletter for Virgin Sport or Virgin Hotels last month, you should now see the bonus points from these promotions in your account!

Virgin America points are worth ~2.15 cents each toward Virgin America flights.  So 500 Virgin America points are worth ~$11.  And if you took advantage of last month’s 2 Virgin America promotions, you’d have ~$33 worth of Virgin America points!

Earn & Use Virgin America Points

Link:   My Series on Virgin America Points

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

You can also use Virgin America points on partner airlines, including:

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

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

Bottom Line

You’ll earn 500 free Virgin America points when you sign-up for Virgin Produced email newsletter by October 26, 2016.

This is a free and easy way to earn extra points!  And it’s the 3rd time Virgin America has offered a similar promotion in the last month!

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