How to get your share of 7 million Velocity Points

Posted: 22 February 2017 9:36 am


Velocity Frequent Flyer celebrates 7 million members with points giveaway.

Virgin Australia has officially reached its 7 million Velocity Frequent Flyers milestone. To celebrate this win, the loyalty program is giving away 7 million Velocity Points to its rewards family. Exactly how many points you’ll receive from the share of the 7 million will depend on how members enter, though. So, for example, if 20,000 members enter, you’ll receive 350 bonus Velocity Points. While it will only be a small slice of the big 7 million, the good news is that you’re still guaranteed to score some points for doing next to nothing.

You don’t have long to take a grab at the prize, though. To enter, you need to register your details via the Velocity website by 3pm AEDT on Thursday 23 February 2017. You’ll need to provide your full name, email, postcode and Velocity Frequent Flyer number.

You can only register once per Velocity Frequent Flyer and your share of the points will be credited into your account by 9 April 2017. While a lot of people are sure to enter and how many points you can earn is uncertain, it’s an easy way to give your Velocity Points balance a little boost this week.

It’s been a busy week for Velocity, with the loyalty scheme announcing that frequent flyers can now spend their points on accommodation at over 456,000 hotels and resorts around the world yesterday.

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